what he said, although i do not like the moongel stuff. i tune my drums the best i can and mine ring a bit. i for one like them ringing a bit. depending on what type of music you're playing i can almost guarantee between the stage volume and soundman that ringing is not going through the front of house.scrubs":2wfo6lad said:I don't know about those, but the best way to control tom ringing, imo, would be quality shells with good bearing edges and new, properly tuned, heads. Thicker, double-ply heads will tend to ring less. As a last resort, put some moongel or something on them.
yep they are speed kings and they are just as good today as they were in the 60's and i guess with those gel thingys a guy could cut them to whatever size he likes to get more or less tone control .. cool...drkilldrmz":yebnq9ya said:MikeT That is a sweet looking kit.. Those are speed kings Right? Dollar store has the holiday gel things for about a buck if you want to try em out first.. Cheaper than the 7 bucks at junky music.. I just played a St. Pattys day gig with 4 leaf clover Gels..