randomdrum wrote: xdoseonex wrote:
BillRayDrums wrote:Pull your foot back farther on the pedal- like, put the ball of your foot about 2 inches from the hinge. There's a whole new area of exploration. Just because your foot fits on the pedalboard does not mean you have to adhere to a fixed position.
Try that out. Farther back= more rebound off the head AND faster speed.
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I think I'd prefer some volume over super speed that makes no sound! Cheers for the input everyone, it's not really anything I'd ever thought about till recently, might help stop me breaking pedals...
...it's just not miced silly.
It's also a bass drum in a big hall! That thing should sound huge and loud and you actually can't hear it at all, whether or not it is amplified isn't relevant really...
And no offence to anyone, I'll try not to have an opinion in future
ps I edited my post cos it sounded mean and I didn't intend for it to