sharpie all over my snare head :(

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Post Thu Jul 31, 2008 12:14 am

Mitchell? wrote:Yeah, either new head, or just live with it.

I'm considering drawing something cool on my snare head. Something to look at.


You could draw a pic of someone you don't like on your head!
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Post Thu Jul 31, 2008 11:02 am

SlackBackLazy wrote:
Mitchell? wrote:Yeah, either new head, or just live with it.

I'm considering drawing something cool on my snare head. Something to look at.


You could draw a pic of someone you don't like on your head!


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Post Sun Aug 03, 2008 10:42 pm

I've written set lists on it before. I also sometimes do the tuning pattern thing also.

Do not use nail polish remover, it will eat through the head. it has acetone in it.

New head or play through it, i'd just play through it.
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Post Fri Aug 15, 2008 12:20 am

custom_sticks wrote:when i bought my drums, the kid had scribbled all over it with sharpie and im wondering if i use nail polish remover, if that will damage the head.. in the center, the, oh i forget what its called, but like the "finish" is gone. like its worn down. if the nail polish remover will damage the head, how can i get the sharpie off?


How about a new head?