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My pedal hi-hat on my td-6 drum kit volume is too low, almost unhearable. I tried to raise the volume but it changes with the Hi-hat itself which is okay. Is it the module or pedal which is troublesome. Salesman says it's normal to be so low. Thanks for your help.

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Hi yvnadeau

I just checked out some youtube footage here.

about 1:30, and 2.40, and 3:40 the dood does some time on the HH . Check it out, does your kit sound like this guys. No probs here with the hats. They sound well in the mix to me.

regards
robotek
www.myspace.com/gruntmachine

Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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