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    2nd drum kit, an intermediate, but the tuning is getting easier. Damn, I must be learning ! Got rid of the snare buzz in short order, while still liking my toms. Thanks in large part to the posts I've found here. Loved the trick of putting a kick patch under my snare wires. Not too thick, just right.

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    I've still never tried that trick but now i need to!
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    I need to try the kick patch never heard that one
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    Could always try tuning.

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    Aquarian makes a snare reso with small patches on the ends where the snare wires rest which could do the same as the kick patch maybe?

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    A clear, single ply, thin weight (3mil) snare side drumhead with a special material at each end of the head where the snare wires rest. This helps to prevent punctures due to broken snare wires.


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    Quote Originally Posted by late8 View Post
    Aquarian makes a snare reso with small patches on the ends where the snare wires rest which could do the same as the kick patch maybe?

    From Aquarian:

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    A clear, single ply, thin weight (3mil) snare side drumhead with a special material at each end of the head where the snare wires rest. This helps to prevent punctures due to broken snare wires.

    I WILL be trying that on my next snare! Thanks!
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