#1
I recently bought my first drum set and there is no snare wires on the snare drum...so I go to my local music shop and the can't get any in for 2 weeks...great. Anything I can do without buying a whole new snare drum or waiting?
#3
no I'm not happy with it always "on" ...and dried peas??? would that help mimic the sound of the snare wire when tightened?
#4
They'd rattle inside. Wouldn't be perfect, but it might be cool. You might even start something funky and new.

Or it might just sound crap.
#6
see i'd give that a go!

it would work. my cousin did it once (he's a drummer in a rather big local band) and his snare wires snapped the morning of a concert as he was loading his stuff into the van, popped to his local asda, bought dried peas, put em in he said it was pretty much the same, gig went well... but its up to you.
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#9
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As long as you're happy with it being always 'on', put dried peas inside it.
I dunno man. Seems like they'd be bouncing around too long. Could be amusing, though.
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#10
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I dunno man. Seems like they'd be bouncing around too long. Could be amusing, though.

Here's a plan.
1) Get dried peas and tape.
2) Combine
3) Sandwich peas with more tape
4) Attach the bottom of snare
5) Awesome.


No?