Will it hamper the resonance of the drum shells? Who cares! - they will look sweet and it will give you something to talk about with the ladies.
The best part - this instructable does not require glue, tape, or anything that would maher the drums appearance once the fur is removed. Change their look as often as you like.
Step 1: Stuff You'll Need
philips head screwdriver
furry fabric (any type of fabric will do). You can find tons of fabric options at your local craft store.
Step 2: Measuring & Cutting
Cut the fabric accordingly.
Step 3: Wrap the Fur Around the Drum Shell, Make Holes in Fabric
Screw the first lug back on the drum to hold the fur in place. Repeat process for all lugs until you get all the way around.
Step 4: Complete the Wrap
Overlap the fabric and re-attach the lugs so they now hold both ends of the fur in place.
Step 5: Trim the Furry Edges
Simply measure about .5" and trim around both ends of the drum. This will be enough to put the heads and rims back on without wrinkling the fur.
Step 6: Replace the Drumheads and Rims
The completed work of drums is something to behold, especially under stage lighting.