Shanerane;3970476 said:Duct tape is the answer to life.
JoeSaintsFan;3970494 said:stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid, stupid...............(3 hours later) stupid,stupid,stu....collapses
Shanerane;3970497 said:If your red pad keeps faling off, maybe you should look into some new drums. eBay or Amazon might have a nice cheap set.
JoeSaintsFan;3970511 said:my dad feels there are enough plastic instruments in the world so..........(you are aloud to use this in your sig)...............................DUCK TAPE IS THE ANSWER!!!!!!!:D
Shanerane;3970518 said:Duct tape ftw!
JoeSaintsFan;3970533 said:DUCK TAPE RULZ
Jude43210;3970693 said:the same thing is happening to me but with the green pad,and i think you should bring it to your local gamestop/whatever
RockStarr;3970678 said:Sorry to rain on your guys' "duck tape" parade, but, as you've probably heard before, IT'S NOT MADE OUT OF DUCKS It's duct tape lolOr... if you guys were just doing it just to be funny like with "rulz", then i need to catch up on my generation and i'm a complete arse lol
RockStarr;3970678 said:Sorry to rain on your guys' "duck tape" parade, but, as you've probably heard before, IT'S NOT MADE OUT OF DUCKS
Dozer3677;3973659 said:Joe, I am sorry. But when I saw this on the forum, I read it fast and read it as "Drug Problem". I thought, wow, really opening up on the forums. I am glad your problem is more plastic instrument related!! Yeah, aside from that, not much else to contribute. Duct tape is the way to go. The drum silencers are good, but I don't think they will hold down your real drum pad though. Maybe you could use one of those physical therapy resistance bands. (If you don't know, it is like a LARGE rubber band, say 10 inches wide, as long as you want, and thin like a rubber band, different colors are different strengths of band, like red is soft, black is hard, etc).Oh, and btw, this has already been posted........(ha ha).