DrumDial Drum Head Tuner (DD)

DrumDial Drum Head Tuner
Model# DD

List Price: $99.95

Price: $69.95

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DrumDial makes tuning a breeze !

DrumDial quickly and precisely tunes all drums by accurately measuring drumhead tension NOT tension rod torque. Tension rod torque can be used to tell you when you are over tightening a bolt to prevent thread damage, but is not accurate for drum tuning because of the difference in screw tolerances, plating, corrosion, and thread wear. You can eliminate these problems by using a DrumDial to measure drumhead tension directly from the drumhead, allowing you to precisely tune your drums faster and easier than ever before. DrumDial has been designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards with all the key features you would expect from the best drum tuner available. Get the tuner that really works, get a DrumDial and make it possible for your drums to consistently sound great!

With the Drumdial Drum Tuner, timpani, snare drums, rack toms, and bass drums are all easily tuned without even hitting the drumhead. DrumDial measures tympanic pressure, not tension-rod torque. As a drummer you'll appreciate how easily and accurately you can tune your drums with the Drumdial Drum Tuner.

Drumdial Drum Tuner Features:

  • No whacking necessary to tune your drums
  • Accurate and quick
  • Made in USA



5 out of 5 stars
By oscar s. on January 10, 2014

I bought the drum dial and it has been the best tool I have gotten. I can tune my drums on either high note or low not depending on how I would prefer to perform. The trick is to fine the right tune you feel is good for you and write down the number you want for your batter side like on my snare I use 75 top batter and 70 for bottom. On my toms of course it is a little different but all basic. I can tune any drum set the same way and it will sound the same. It does unfortunately take a little time to tune a five piece drum but worth it. I accidently dropped my dial tune while tuning the churches drums and cracked the lens but it still works just as good. I would let any customer know that if you are a beginner or a professional this is the tool to have to always be consistant

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