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    Default solid, deep sounds.

    I couldn't find the definition of "solid" here, does it mean "full" sound?
    ***I can't use too bars here for underline, font, size, etc. Do you experience the same thing? It's too inconvenient.

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    t side of the drum makes lower sounds while the right side makes higher sounds. The buk is a drum that produces solid, deep sounds. It serves toharmonize all four sounds.

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    Default Re: solid, deep sounds.

    Yes- it means full to me.

    ***I can't use too bars here for underline, font, size, etc. Do you experience the same thing? It's too inconvenient.
    They're working fine for me. Sorry you have a problem- if it continues, please leave a message in the Support section.

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    Default Re: solid, deep sounds.

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    I couldn't find the definition of "solid" here, does it mean "full" sound?
    ***I can't use too bars here for underline, font, size, etc. Do you experience the same thing? It's too inconvenient.

    go1-5-3p
    ex)The lef
    t side of the drum makes lower sounds while the right side makes higher sounds. The buk is a drum that produces solid, deep sounds. It serves toharmonize all four sounds.
    How did you underline "while", "solid" and "serves to harmonize" if your toolbar isn't working?
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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