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    Not having the best time with my Dixon/Evans bass drum lift. It seems the bass drum creeps away on me. Right now Iím on the concrete floor which is probably the issue. Has anyone had this issue?

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    I believe it's built to lift and not a drum stop, no? You'll need to put a carpet down or use drum stoppers of some sort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drummer View Post
    I believe it's built to lift and not a drum stop, no? You'll need to put a carpet down or use drum stoppers of some sort.
    Yes, thank you. I know it’s for lifting because I’m using a small sized 16” bass drum. The vibration was making the bass drum slide forward while playing. I do need to try it on a carpet or with stoppers of some sort which should do the trick.

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    you should always have a carpet down on the ground. There's your problem
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    Yes like they said also Gibraltar makes a bass drum anchor. Spikes on one end also rubber on the other for carpet or regular flooring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpazApproved View Post
    you should always have a carpet down on the ground. There's your problem
    Yup, easy fix!
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    I use this lift for my 18" BD on a rug. It works great, no creeping.

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    Thanks, I kind of answered my own question in my first post. Thanks all.

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