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a tip to keep black rubber pads stick mark free

Posted on February 6, 2009 at 6:36 AM Comments comments (0)

i found that once you have played for around a month the black rubber pads get marked with stick wear, i used once every month back to black car bumper cleaner it takes all the marks away and looks like new again,also black sticks help with the marks too, hope this is of use to all of you with this problem.

my roland td20 v drums great for home or tour

Posted on February 6, 2009 at 6:21 AM Comments comments (0)

how many of us are lucky enough to be able to own and play this drumkit, this kit is over £4,500 and thats just for starters, i have dw double kick pedals and hi hat pedal, over £400, then you need a good seat, i use a standard seat at home, but when i was on the road i used a nice big king seat with back, it helped with me having a bad back,i then have my amp mixer desk for each mesh pad and symbals, that was around £1000, then the speakers they are 1000 watt each with all cables etc cost £800, then your sticks etc i use hickery 4 most times premier clear sticks that dont mark the white mesh heads, if you have black rubber pads a good tip to keep them clean is to use back to black car bumper cleaner , it keeps them nice and new with no marks, i cleaned mine once a month with it.


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