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Old 06-11-2016, 04:59 AM
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Default Bonham tuning: Ocheltree or Bonham Sessions ?

I have been using Ocheltree's video ever since for tuning my set. Lately I've been into the Bonham Sessions and like the sound of that higher pitched tuning.
One question I have is that the snare & toms in the Bonham Sessions are pitched higher. I am leary of tuning up higher on the snare (to that pitch) as I feel I would break the head or strip out a lug? I (we all) like how it sounds now with the Ocheltree tuning, but I personaly would like to tune up to the Sessions pitch.
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Old 06-11-2016, 05:58 AM
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Default Re: Bonham tuning: Ocheltree or Bonham Sessions ?

Go for it. Bonham wasn't tuned so high as to break his drums... So don't worry, they can take it.

Note: Don't crank up the tension rods like they're a faucet handle, however. Go slow in tiny increments.
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