Do you have tension rods that come loose? The answer is probably yes!
Almost all drummers have some kind of issue with drums, especially the snare drum, going out of tune. This is simply because the vibrations from the strokes go through the drum head and into the hardware thereby shaking the tension rods loose.
And believe me - I know drummers who have snare drum tension rods spread out across the floor after a gig! 😆
No More Drums Going Out of Tune
Here is a simple and effective method for eliminating the issue of tension rods coming loose. ✅
How Ahead's Rod Lock Works
Ahead's small aluminum disc - the Rod Lock - is put directly on the tension rod. Make sure to choose the tension rods that come loose!
How to do:
- Unscrew the tension rod. You do not need to remove it completely from the rim but the rod needs to be separated from the lug on the snare drum.
- Place the Rod Lock in between the rim and the lug.
- Screw the tension rod into the Rod Lock.
- Screw the Rod Lock up the tension rod so that the lower part of the tension rod's thread is free.
- Screw the tension rod into the lug on the snare drum and tune the drum.
- Screw the Rod Lock all the way down to the lug and secure it here.
Now your tension rods are secure!
One pack contains:
You get 10 Ahead Aluminum Tension Rod Locks pr. package, each measuring 20 mm. in diameter.