Anyone wanna help me out?
Zackman said:This is how I did it, worked like a charm. Just find yourself a can with an opening that's is or is close to the size you want. Put the opening on top of a stove burner and wait for it to get really hot. Pick it up, WITH OVEN MITS OR PRONGS, not with your hands. Take the can and press it against you're bass skin, my bass skin was resting or 2 things so there was nothing in the middle. Viola, you have a nice clean cut hole. Easily done. You could also just go buy one of those holes that you can trace with a box cutter.
Zackman said:find yourself a can...Put the opening on top of a stove burner... and press it against you're bass skin,
deltadrummer1 said:How do i accomplish this...using a box cutter? Haha or is there a better way of doing it? And how big should i make it? Maybe 5 or 6 inches?
mlehnertz said:Yamaha places a big 8 - 10 inch hole dead center of their drums.
Personally I think the location of the hole is purely aesthetics.
Superlow said:Directly in the middle is a bad location for a hole. I think the best location is when they are put dead right or dead left not in the middle. It makes sound engineers jobs at clubs and studios easy to place a mic inside the kick drum.