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Source of Drum Parts

Postby Junction » Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:19 pm

Not sure quite where I came across this site today, but have been searching high and low for drum parts in oz and just found these guys;

http://www.drumpartsonline.com.au/

They've got stuff here I have not been able to find anywehere in town

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Re: Source of Drum Parts

Postby rick » Thu Jul 07, 2011 11:37 pm

looks good i might move this to the drum section
it could be a handy reference
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Re: Source of Drum Parts

Postby Drumstruck » Fri Jul 08, 2011 9:21 am

a few more for general reference:

electronic - cones / piezos etc:
http://www.quartzpercussions.com/home_en.html

internal electronic triggers:
http://www.handelsbu.de/

australian electronic drums and budget racks:
http://www.alchemyecoustics.com.au/inde ... ucts_id=15

hoops etc:
http://www.drummaker.net/

lots of drum parts:
http://www.amdrumparts.com/lugs.htm

I have heaps more links so ping me if you need something specific ;)
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