Joined: Jan 31, 2005
No. 4 Posted on Sep 29, 2010 11:51 PM
Alyssa, Great "technique," and it was and is similar to my attempts --- everything works exactly as you suggest (which is brilliant) ---> except for one serious issue for me: the handles inside of the Buffalo Drum are too tight. No matter how much I carefully pull on them, I can't seem to get the Digharp underneath ---> without seriously applying force, which results in the tube denting into the head when I force it.
Now I don't know if the one you have and the one I have are of different handle tensions or if you are willing to exert more force to get the tube inside of them or not... but that is where I am stuck.
Alyssa, in the big picture, it ain't no biggie. I mean, I can certainly just tote it along separate, really, it's just the purist in me that wants to make it all work as intended, you know?
And if it doesn't look like it would work, that is fine really...
Remember that your kit was already packaged that way once (when you got it). The handles are set to a specific tension so that with a bit of applied pressure, while lifting the handles the digiharp will slide under the handles. Though it does take a little bit of pressure against the drumhead.
Alyssa Janney, MBA
Health Rhythms Manager