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Thread: Got Myself a Remo Rythym Lid for a 5 Gal Bucket = Real Drum $25

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    Default Got Myself a Remo Rythym Lid for a 5 Gal Bucket = Real Drum $25

    I got myself a Remo Rythym lid for one of my 5 gal buckets..medium and got a snare clip to go with it. Sounds like a real drum and the snare clip makes it sound like a snare drum. I removed the handle and will insert small wood blocks in the handle supports and screw in strap buttons. Got a nice black strap for it. Got wooden drum sticks, nylon brushes and have metal brushes on the way. Can be played as a conga, head removed as a hand drum or bodhran, or as a traditional drum. Chose this over a Cajon. I just heard too many players smacking them with no rythym. May get another with a deep head for a tom.

    SORRY, $28 BUCKS
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    Default C'mon Phil

    Pictures or it didn't happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cletus View Post
    Pictures or it didn't happen.
    yes, pix please!

    very interested in this as a Cajon alternative
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    Very cool. Where did you get it? That's half the price I'm seeing online.

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    Wonder how loud the comfort sound one is? I have a sensitivity to sounds due to a hearing loss.
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    This looks cool. My neighbors would haaaaaate it! (I live in an apartment)
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    sounds great with brushes

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    Not sure what happened in my last attempt: rhythm-lid-skyndeep.jpg.1200x630_q90_crop.jpg
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    Wow! One of my cats comes from wherever he is in the house to listen while I play my ukes. The other leaves the room unless I play very quietly. Would love to get one of these, but I'm sure both cats would hate me.
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