How to Get Drum Bass Pedals to Stay

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Keeping a bass drum pedal stable is essential to getting a good sound. Secure your pedals properly with the help of a professional drummer in this free video.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Roman Lomtadze. I play drums for a band called "Send the Sages," here in Los Angeles, California, and today I'm going to show you how to get a bass drum pedal to stay. So, the bass drum pedal has, usually, this screw. There are two of them, and it has a sharp end and the screw goes right here, and there is one on the other side as well. It comes out from the bottom, and every good bass drum pedal should have it, and it goes into the carpet or in the floor. And in that case, the pedal is kind of firm and it doesn't move. Also, a very important thing is that the pedal would have rubber from the bottom, and rubber kind of keeps the, keeps the pedal stable, and some of the pedals, they have rubber, and some of the pedals have Velcro from the bottom, as well, and as you can see the screw is here as well, so each good pedal should have a screw with a sharp end. My name is Roman Lomtadze, and this is how I get my bass drum pedal to stay.


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