Agreed - it sounds dubious, but no one will ever know unless they try. Who knows, it might sound surprisingly good!I'm dubious as to the sound quality. There is just too much involved with making a timpani that is ignored in forming a bbq. But it's just the kind of harebrained scheme I'd love to see someone have a crack at. Why not give it a go for a giggle and see what happens? I'm not expecting much, so the potential upside is huge.
If you're talking about making these into drums, I'm pretty sure you're the first here on DW. Unless Henri digs up some obscure thread, you never know what that guy will find next lol. Love your work Henri lol.So far, the sizes that are available with the biggest potential for a timpani are 22.5" and 26.5"
I also started looking into Copper/Brass fire pits and Industrial Copper Mixing bowls used for candies and kettle corn. Has anyone had experience with these?
No, it makes the timpanist hungryIs it possible to convert a BBQ grill into a timpani?
They're relatively shaped alike, with the bowl and support structure. Has anyone seen something in the likes of this?
Hopefully this is the right section of the forum to be asking.