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E-Drum Do-It-Yourself: Acoustic to Electronic Conversions

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Does owning a kit working like one of Roland's, yet taking a shortcut on price and feeling frugle sound good? Then maybe DIY edrums are for you...just like the Drumbalaya slogan says: "Practice silently (or jam as loud as you want)."

How did I get inspired? Remember, I once had noise problems too: I wanted to be able to practice without setting the neighbors on fire. Tapping on my acoustic kit just didn't allow me to drum to my true potential. When I looked at a Roland TD-20S, it was love at first sight. Until I saw the price tag. That kit became a dream.
About a year later, I looked at Roland's cheaper kits. An old TD-6 used kit was affordable, so I indulged. It was amazing - I played until my fingers just about bled. I purchased upgrades, and it became one of my best purchases of my life. So I thought - I signed up to the Vdrums.com forum and discovered DIY drums. Within four weeks of chaotic ordering and selling, I completed a converted drum set with a Roland TD-12 module.
So, if you're ready to try it, feel free to use my ideas on this site. Remember to read the disclaimer at the bottom of each page.

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2006 Michael N. mikeMX3000@yahoo.com
WARNING:
Disclaimer - "There are No Guarantees to Your Personal Satisfaction. DO NOT ATTEMPT if you are NOT CONFIDENT with your own abilities. [eDIY] cannot be held responsible for any damage to yourself, others, or equipment while attempting any of the projects listed on these pages. Please use common sense, protective clothing and eyewear when obviously needed." - RockOn4Ebay