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drumhead

1. Music the part of a drum that is actually struck with a stick or the hand
2. the head of a capstan, pierced with holes for the capstan bars
3. another name for eardrum
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It is roughly about twenty-three inches tall with a drum head of about eight inches in diameter and expansion in the middle section of about fourteen inches in diameter.
We've conservatively estimated this (Ludwig) kit for three to five hundred thousand (dollars) but that was prior to knowing what the drum head would sell for," Darren Julien, president and chief executive of Julien's Auctions, said.
The parade was followed by a special Drum Head service in Coopers Field.
swirling a maraca, tapping the sandblocks, and scraping a drum head.
I kept my medicine cabinet on stage, in a 14-inch drum head, the bottom of which contained, one Dixie cup with a straw and blow in it and the other with Coca-Cola and Jack Daniels in it.
Charlie [Watts] gave Rick his drum head and I'm not even sure he managed to say thank you.
The Drum Head at Seaham has given one or two reasonable fish, the best 11lb.
Rounding out the set is a Ringo Starr inspired Ludwig-branded Rock Band 2 drum set with a classic pearl finish and vintage replica Beatles kick drum head.
Main Crevoisier had reckoned that it would be easy to turn almost any hard surface into a keyboard, drum head, or other input for a computer-controlled musical instrument.
Jack Clark must have thought he was in with a chance when he drew the Drum Head of Seaham's North Pier in Seaham's Good Friday heaviest fish open.
We just had to re-torque the drum head for the auger conveyor one time when the LED light told us to.