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    Does anyone know what this is and can you explain how it works please?



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    a timbale rotator cuff bongo pedal lif....haven't got a clue stand?
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    I'm getting the feeling there's going to be more good guess' like Olimpass' lol.

    btw i didn't know what it was and still don't get how it works. At first I thought it was a Remo car jack.
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    What happens when you press on the pedal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by olimpass View Post
    what happens when you press on the pedal?
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    A foot operated tambourine?

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    It's a carburetor for a Chicken 200 drum kit. Very valuable, they don't make em anymore.

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    Slinky's Super Mystery Hardware?

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    If I had to guess, it wouldn't be part of a drum set. Although I've never seen anything like it, it may be part of a dampening system off of something like tubular bells or possibly a marimba.

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    this is gonna be a long thread.......
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    Don't know but it sure is ugly lol

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    How about a hint.

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    I should mention that it is missing one leg. I didn't know that, but it's suppose to have two legs. Here is a close up of how it should be with both legs.





    Don't know if it's missing anything else.... pretty sure it's not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearl MCX Man View Post
    Don't know but it sure is ugly lol
    I agree. Looks like someone at Remo was smoking something when they made it.
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    I typed in "Remo vintage hardware" in a mad search to find out what the heck that stand is but came up empty but I did find a really nice Roto double bass kit. This is when a drum rack makes a kit look really cool.


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    does anyone want me to say if someone is hot or not?

    that's your hint NR
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    Quote Originally Posted by slinky View Post
    does anyone want me to say if someone is hot or not?

    that's your hint NR
    You know what that stand is?

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    Aww...that extra leg makes it a dead give-away...NOT!
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    late8 -- that is a very good looking Roto kit............cool !
    I'd like to pilot that thing for a few minutes.


    slinky -- I know what that is because I've seen something similar.
    It clearly is a useless piece of crap -- am I correct ?
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    Are any pieces missing from the top?

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    Ok..here's reaching out in "leftfield". I'm calling this thing "The Remo Pedal Activated Roto Tom Adjuster. Instead of having to move the Roto tom by hand to change the angle, you pump the pedal and the lever rotates the tom up towards you so you're hands are free from having to make that adjustment???


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    I still say it's ugly lol

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    I tried several Google searches and the most promising was a response from Archivedrumgear.uuh.

    The response was WTH is that?

    Not much help, IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by late8 View Post
    Ok..here's reaching out in "leftfield". I'm calling this thing "The Remo Pedal Activated Roto Tom Adjuster. Instead of having to move the Roto tom by hand to change the angle, you pump the pedal and the lever rotates the tom up towards you so you're hands are free from having to make that adjustment???

    DING DING DING DING DING! we have a winner!

    It's the RH10H Remo Rapid Rototom Tuner and Ricardo I have no idea since I've never seen one before lol
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