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Drum Dial Analog Drum Tuner

SKU: DD ANA
EUR 90,50

If you also belong to the category of drummers for whom the drum tuning process is encircled by mystery, or a high degree of difficulty, then do not despair! The Drum Dial Analog takes all the mystery away, and the job is done within a few minutes. 

A Drum Dial enables you to measure the tightness of the drum head at each tension rod (or lug). So it's all about measuring and turning until you have the same measurement all the way around the drum. When one tension rod is dealt with, then you move the Drum Dial to the next tension rod (or lug). 

Of course you need to know how far you need to tune your drum (what the pointer needs to show). But also here you can find some help since Drum Dial has developed a tuning guide

Benefits of the Drum Dial Analog Drum Tuner

  • It measures very accurately 
  • It shows true "Tympanic Pressure" on a scale from 0-100 
  • The included distance bar ensures the same placement when you move the Drum Dial to each tension rod (or lug)
  • The clock face has two moveable "memory markers"
  • A guide with suggestions for tunings is included 
  • A chart for notes of your own tunings is included 
  • The Drum Dial Analog is fast
  • It can tune a drum head from scratch, i.e. before it can make a sound and a tone 
  • You'll be able to tune the drums in noisy surroundings (e.g. backstage)  

Myths about drum tuning 

Through the ages, there have been a lot of fun suggestions for tools to tune drums with.  

The torque wrench is maybe the biggest misunderstanding, since the tone of the drum has nothing to do with the tightness of a tension rod. Still, over the years, several companies have launched torque wrenches as a solution for everything in the context of tuning drums. 

But there are other parameters that come into play. There's only one place where it make sense to measure: on the actual drum head. 

This is where Drum Dial comes into the picture. 

In fact, there's no hocus-pocus whatsoever in the way that Drum Dial works. The built-in pawl can measure how hard or soft your drum head is at the given tension rod (or lug). This results in a reading at the Drum Dial of which you can easily relate to. It is that simple. 

Download your free Drum Dial guide

Drum Dial has made a drum tuning guide. The first time you're using a Drum Dial, you can use this guide as a starting point. Download the guide as a PDF here.

More information

If you wanna know more about how the Drum Dial works, then read this article.


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