#1
Hello all. I recently purchased my first electronic drumset and the only major problem I encountered with it is that the bass drum pedal keeps doing double hits almost every time I hit it. It feels really bouncy coming off from the pad and keeps striking it more than once when I don't want it to. Any ideas on how to fix this? Thanks everyone
#2
If its a mesh head, adjust the tension on it to be loosed and less bouncy. If it's rubber, adjust the springs on your pedal to be less bouncy.
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#3
The head is rubber. I adjusted the tension as tight as I could get it and it is still doing some double hits (tightening the tension maybe cut the double hits in half.) Is there anything else that I can do to eliminate the double hits or is it more to do with my technique (I do have a tendency to bury the beater so I am wondering if that is what's causing the double hits?)
#4
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The head is rubber. I adjusted the tension as tight as I could get it and it is still doing some double hits (tightening the tension maybe cut the double hits in half.) Is there anything else that I can do to eliminate the double hits or is it more to do with my technique (I do have a tendency to bury the beater so I am wondering if that is what's causing the double hits?)

Likely technique at this point, then. Burying the beater can definitely be a source of double hits on an electric kit.
Quote by Dave_Mc
I've had tube amps for a while now, but never actually had any go down on me
Quote by jj1565
maybe you're not saying the right things? an amp likes to know you care.





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