Make your own free website on Tripod.com

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

Kick

Home
Financial Details
Materials
Preparations
Snare & Toms
Hi Hat
Kick
Cymbals
Cones
Kit Gallery
Feedback
Contact

kick.jpg

For the kick, I used the 14" steel snare which didn't work for a normal snare. This pic shows the wood stands...check the diagram for more info.
I'm laying out the kick to make sure the sides are high enough.
This is the kick's piezo, mounted to an L bracket. And no, I wasn't thinking about nipples when I made this cone :P (Thanks Jman) I just didn't make the cone big enough so I had to stuff more foam in the middle.
The finished kick in place. The kick is bigger than any of Roland's :D


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