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Ahead Mach 1 PRO Double Chain Single Pedal
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The Mach 1 Pro Single Pedal was designed for long-lasting durability and enhanced by the Quick Torque Cam for additional speed and performance, all p...Click To Read More About This Product
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A dual-chain single pedal designed for leverage, power and, of course, speed.
The Mach 1 Pro Single Pedal was designed for long-lasting durability and enhanced by the Quick Torque Cam for additional speed and performance, all provided at a great value. This pedal features an Eccentric Quick Torque Cam that were engineered to enhance speed, return action and performance.
A dual-chain drive cam provides smooth action with no loss of power, while maintenance-free sleeve bearings in the heel hinge of the footboard ensure long-term durability and smooth action. The dual-sided beater offers both felt and plastic textures. The solid engineered base features a drum key mounted on the baseplate.
- Heavy-duty design
- Fully adjustable beater angle and spring tension
- Dual Eccentric Quick Torque Cams
- Adjustable two-way beater
- Dual-chain drive cam
- Mach 1 branded floor board
- Maintenance-free sleeve bearings in the heel hinge
- Solid platform, non-skid base
- Stainless-steel drive shaft
- Multi-positioning, self-adjusting hoop clamp
- Maintenance-free bearings
- High-performance u-joints
- Aircraft aluminum connector shaft
- Includes a drum key
- Limited 1-year warranty
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Comments about Ahead Mach 1 PRO Double Chain Single Pedal:
I bought this to try something new – as the only bass drum pedal I've ever owned (a Premier 252) was about 30 years old. I assumed technology must have come on so much..and yes, I was initially please with it - the speed and response is great and it felt very well constructed.
That's when the problems started. At the first use at a gig, halfway through the set, the small grub screw that allows adjustment of the beater angle came loose. I initially couldn't see what the problem was with the venue being dark and the grub screw being inset beneath the torque adjustment and had to send out for a new pedal. I've had further problems with the screw on the quick torque adjustment coming loose a few times. To cap it all I was playing at rehearsal with it last night and the spring broke and I'm not particularly heavy footed. I've only used it about a dozen times and it's let me down about half of those times. My Premier pedal has gone 30 years without letting me down once.
The level of adjustment is useful but I want a pedal that's reliable and is not going to fall apart at gigs. I'm afraid I would not recommend this pedal.