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Old 05-23-2008, 10:10 PM
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Default Tamborine Problem

I'm guessing that a few other people have the same problem as me... When I mount my tambourine on my Pearl Rack, it picks up vibrations from only my 12x10" maple tom (no matter what part of the rack the tambourine placed), but not from my 10x8" maple tom, nor my 14x12 tom. Does anyone know of some hardware that can eliminate the vibration? I love the spot I can get mounted on the drum rack, but I can't put the tambourine there with a stand.
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Old 05-23-2008, 10:20 PM
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Default Re: Tamborine Problem

Could you show us the spot please.

I have the same problem with my tambourine because mine is on the same stand as my toms so it's right over them.

But i could see how it's possible for it to pick up vibrations frorn the toms i just don't see why it doesn't do it with the others.
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Old 05-24-2008, 12:53 AM
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Default Re: Tamborine Problem

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Could you show us the spot please.

I have the same problem with my tambourine because mine is on the same stand as my toms so it's right over them.

But i could see how it's possible for it to pick up vibrations frorn the toms i just don't see why it doesn't do it with the others.
Thanks for the quick response Bob, this occurs when I mount a stand on the rack between my 10" and 12" toms, and mount my tamborine on this stand, right in between my two splashes:
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