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Old 05-18-2008, 07:16 PM
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Default Beater for double pedal!!!

i wanna buy a beater for my double-pedal(iron cobra power glide), but i wanna it sounds like pantera. which of the two is better choice for this purpose: CB90R or ds30
i was thinking about choosing ds30, but i think it is a little hard in playing. what do u think?
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Old 05-18-2008, 08:10 PM
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Default Re: Beater for double pedal!!!

People say, among "other things" Vinnie Paul used to tape a quarter to his kick drum head, right where the beater hit. They used to make kick patches that had a small metal plate built into them. Whether they still do? Do a google on "Vinnie Paul drum sound" will get you a lot of leads. Studio voodoo for recordings, triggers live, are probably magically involved here, as well. Either beater pictured, in and of itself, is not gonna get that sound.
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Old 05-20-2008, 06:59 PM
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Default Re: Beater for double pedal!!!

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People say, among "other things" Vinnie Paul used to tape a quarter to his kick drum head, right where the beater hit. They used to make kick patches that had a small metal plate built into them. Whether they still do? Do a google on "Vinnie Paul drum sound" will get you a lot of leads. Studio voodoo for recordings, triggers live, are probably magically involved here, as well. Either beater pictured, in and of itself, is not gonna get that sound.
They still do make those patches and they sound like crap.
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Old 05-20-2008, 11:03 PM
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Default Re: Beater for double pedal!!!

I have the one sided one, if you want more click I'd recommend using the two sided one and playing on plastic side.
Don't expect your drum to sound like that unless its mic'd. If you play a show and you have a plastic beater, the sound tech will have an easier time getting that clicky sound, but acoustically, it will never sound like a processed sound.

As far as click pads, they do sound pretty bad and take a lot of rebound away from the beater, I wouldn't recommend them.
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