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Crush Drums & Percussion M1 Double Bass Drum Pedal with Hard Case
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The Crush M1 Double Bass Drum Pedal offers custom features, high-performance features and durable construction. With a sleek design and heavy-duty fe...Click To Read More About This Product
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An industrial strength, high-end double kick pedal from Crush Drums.
The Crush M1 Double Bass Drum Pedal offers custom features, high-performance features and durable construction. With a sleek design and heavy-duty features, this pedal is perfect for a mid-level drummer stepping up or a pro expanding his arsenal. This Crush M1 pedal features an adjustable footboard, double glide chain, dual-surface beaters and heavy-duty coatings. In addition, the double pedal includes a direct-drive adapter and a hard plastic case.
- Adjustable footboard
- Double-smooth Glide Chain
- Direct-drive adapter included
- Pedal tool included
- Dual-surface beater
- Heavy-duty coating
- Hard plastic case included
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- Comes With Case
- Direct Drive And Chain
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Comments about Crush Drums & Percussion M1 Double Bass Drum Pedal with Hard Case:
I'm a bit surprised to see that there are no reviews for this product here on MF.com.
I purchased these about a year ago after I saw a video wherein Jay Postones of TesseracT recommended them highly.
At roughly 400, these professional-grade pedals set themselves way below the typical asking price. While the best pedals are always the ones with which you feel most comfortable, it's difficult to debate that 400 is an attractive price, particularly if you're just starting to look for pro pedals and don't know what to try first.
When I say pro, I don't mean to say that these pedals make you faster, or sound better. I mean that they will stand up to whatever you throw at them.
They come with a hard case, which is absolutely invaluable, and they come with both direct drive links and chains.
I sometimes struggle to feel the difference. Direct drive might be marginally more responsive, but because everything else about this pedal is so wonderfully constructed, one has trouble differentiating.
I will say this. Durable as these pedals are, my dominant foot direct drive link snapped yesterday. The pedals on the whole are made of very heavy stuff, but the linkage seems to be some kind of concrete-like rough composite. They're not solid metal. They are super lightweight linkages, and this one failed after a year of heavy use. I emailed Crush drums with a picture of the broken link, and they are mailing me a replacement, no questions asked.
Will it happen again? I don't know. Maybe I kick too hard for those links. If you have a bad experience with the direct drive (and you very well might not) the chains will always have your back.
Need top of the line pedals at the right price? Buy these.