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Old 03-03-2009, 03:27 PM
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Re: Drums in basement


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I agree with Davenhurst, get dehumidifier down there pronto.

Also, build a drum riser to put them on.

DIY drum riser

(can't put link due to my first post lol)
don't even need that..i just got 3 2inch high 4X8 pieces of pink insulation foam and covered it with astro-turf. The bass drum digs in to the foam aso it doesn't slide, and the astro tuf really keeps things surprisingly sturdy...we had a flood the other night, so we decided to raise it up...it was very easy to assembel...just tape the 3 peices of foam togeehter with duct tape, and throw the astro turf down...it also doubles as a practice putting green haha

as for humidity, get a dehumidifier, get 1 that has a hose in the back and run it to a sink, thats how i have mine set-up...never have to empty anything

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