trashedlostfdup
diet coke fiend.
Join date: Apr 2010
13,457 IQ
#1
i was moving drums around and moved a couple of cymbals and while doing so moved my throne. it was in a different spot more back and it just made both of my double pedals feel a lot better and allowed for better posture and less soreness (i have back issues).

so i don't know how many of you will benefit or if its relevant, but just give it a shot you move it back to where it was.
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Steve08
Lord of Battery
Join date: Apr 2009
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#2
I hate the feeling of sitting on top of the pedals for sure, I always sit pretty far back and high up which I find is majorly conducive to fast double bass playing. Throne is definitely one of the most important parts of any kit, it's a shame that so many people overlook it, I can play well on almost any setup but I really enjoy the feeling of a good, sturdy throne, that's the one piece of gear (besides pedals) that I try to always bring for the sake of my own comfort.
TNA
Registered User
Join date: Jul 2005
1,056 IQ
#3
In reference to your back problems have your tried adjusting your seat height? You should have your legs bent at about a 90 degree angle. Also maybe try adjusting your drums at different angle so you don't have to strain to hit them as much.
trashedlostfdup
diet coke fiend.
Join date: Apr 2010
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#4
its right at 90* and was previously, but before i was closer to the bass pedal, now there is a little smaller back. the sore back coulf come from 4 hour gigs and a les paul or wolfgang.
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alright "king of the guitar forum"


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nope i am "GOD of the guitar forum" i think that fits me better.


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youre just being a jerk man.