Drum set : Assembly Instructions
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A drum set is a collection of various types of drums, cymbals and other percussion instruments that are
lined up in a formation that makes them easily played by one person. The number and type of
instruments included can be arranged according to the performer's preference or characteristics of the
music. The performer usually plays seated on a stool. The idea for the drum set is said to have
originated in military bands, when a cymbal was placed on top of the bass drum to make it easier for
the performer holding it. This was followed by the idea to use a pedal to play the bass drum with the
foot, and the invention of the hi-hat, two cymbals on top of each other that are clashed together. These
adaptations have resulted in the drum set up and beat style we know today.
Mountain fold (dotted line)
Make a mountain fold.
Valley fold (dashed and dotted line)
Make a valley fold.
Scissors line (solid line)
Cut along the line.
Cut In line (orange solid line)
Cut a slot.
Cut out (orange shaded)
Cut out the area marked.
The glue spot(colored dot)
shows where to apply the glue.
Glue spot (Red dot)
Glue parts with the same number together.
Glue spot (Green dot)
Glue within the same part.
Glue spot (Blue dot)
Glue to the rear of the other part.
Glue spot (Yellow dot)
Apply glue to the back, and attach to the back of the other parts.
Parts sheet (Pattern) : Twenty-two A4 sheets (No.1~No.22)
No. of Parts : 384
Assembly Instructions : Ten A4 sheets (No.1~No.10)
*Build the model by carefully reading the Assembly Instructions, in the parts sheet page order.
*Assembly will be easier if you write the part's number on the back of each part.
Trace along the folds with a ruler and a used pen (no ink) to
get a sharper, easier fold.
Tools and materials
Scissors, set square, glue (We
Before gluing, crease the paper
recommend stick glue),pencil,
along mountain fold and
used ballpoint pen, toothpicks,
valley fold lines and make sure
rounded sections are nice and
(useful for handling small parts)
Glue, scissors and other tools
may be dangerous to young
children so be sure to keep them
out of the reach of young