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I have a Yamaha dtexpress. Very old, but works great. Except the snare sound. It is stuck on bongos. Is there a factory reset for the dtxpress?

1) Press the [UTIL] button.

2) Press the [PAGE DOWN] button until the 'Factory Set' screen appears. The message 'Factory Set' will begin flashing on the LCD.

3) Press the [SAVE/ENT] button. The LCD will display the message prompt, 'All data will be lost, Are You Sure?'.

4) Press the [SAVE/ENT] button again to complete the Factory Reset procedure.

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How old is this guitar ? It also has mother of pearl inset on the neck 8 places

In order to help you we;d need the make, model, and serial number.

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Need to identify and find parts for the Pearl FZH725/C85 Drum Kit. It was delivered with missing parts. Specifically Floor tom, 14" tom and arms to hold it. Need some direction and guidance, thanks.

I am a drummer as well in a classic rock band. Most the time when I need a part for something for my drums. I will go to guitar center. But to save money eBay is your best bet. You go to guitar center to make sure you have the right part, but don't buy it there . Match it up and go to eBay, lot of drum companies use eBay to sell there stuff. Thanks mike

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Lost the chain connection lug and need a part number to order one

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The problem I have with my music man bongo bass 4 strings,,, is that the string 4 at fret 5 sounds very strange as making waves, but it sounds good with the other tones, on the other strings when I play...

Check first it is not hitting or touching the next few frets, in case they are high. Or maybe the 5th fret is low. You could raise the action and/or adjust the neck relief to test this.

If it is not a fret problem, it may be a real dead spot on your bass. If so, it would be regardless of the pickup used and could be heard acoustically if you could hear notes that low easily. Most guitars have notes on the fretboard somwhere that are a little dead. It is due to destructive interference and there is not much that can be done. To happen at the 5th fret is unusual though. Make sure the string is wound properly around the head, and that nothing is loose and actually moving/buzzing when you play the note.
Other causes can be a loose fret, loose bridge parts or a loose neck joint.

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You can not play these drums live the spill of the fold back drum fill bin sets of the snare trigger ive turned down the sens on the red box still doesnt work a big waste of money i need to talk to...

With this kit being acoustic-electric, the only advice I can give is to disconnect your snare trigger and mic the snare. It's either that, or your snare trigger is faulty. A new trigger is going to cost about the same as mics, but mics won't hit your snare, making you sound inexperienced. For miking the snare, you'll want to get two mics, placed on the top and bottom head. Try to position them on the same spot on the rim to avoid voicing problems. Studio drummers do the same thing when recording.

For playing this way live, you'll want to use either the main PA, or run to a separate mixer so you can control the volume of the snare in relation to the rest of the kit.

Hope that helps!

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at

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The clamp on the top of the stand that holds the cymbal down is stuck and cannot be screwed off. My cymbal is stuck on the stand, and its extremely difficult to transport now.

Try lubricating it with a penetrating oil such as "Blaster: or other brand available in automobile parts stores. Let the oil penetrate a bit before trying to unscrew it...

Also you can try heating it with a hair dryer to help break it loose.

When finally free, spray some CRC226 periodically on it to keep it free... You can get that at Home Depot in the electrical dept.

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