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Pulse Double Kick Pedal
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The Pulse Double Kick Pedal is a twin double-chain drive unit. Features smooth adjustable action and roller-bearing spring attachment assembly for po...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Pulse Double Kick Pedal is a twin double-chain drive unit. Features smooth adjustable action and roller-bearing spring attachment assembly for positive action. Won't mar bass drum hoop.
- Double-chain drive unit
- Adjustable action
- Roller-bearing spring attachment assembly for smooth action
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I've had this since December, and I must say that I have had no problems with it yet. I use it for about 1 hour each day. This pedal has great footboard length...Read complete review
I've had this since December, and I must say that I have had no problems with it yet. I use it for about 1 hour each day. This pedal has great footboard length for players like me that wear 12-13 size shoes. It is smooth, quiet, and with a little practice, anybody can do fluid double-bass in no time at all. My band's drummer has a DW7000 that cannot even begin to touch the quality of this pedal. The beaters are a bit heavier, but I prefer that to the light ones found on all DW pedals. Don't get me wrong, however. If you have the money for a DW5000 or 9000 and wear shoes that are about 10 and under, get that pedal. But if you want a great pedal that is tour-ready and sturdy, get this one. I have so far played no pedal that is as versatile, adjustable, and easy-to-use as this pedal. Not a waste of money at all. I would reccommend this for a player of any skill level.
Most Liked Negative Review
Not worth it
I bought these pedals as a back up, and the following is a list of reasons why you should save your money and buy a DW5000 or Iron cobras. When the package first...Read complete review
I bought these pedals as a back up, and the following is a list of reasons why you should save your money and buy a DW5000 or Iron cobras. When the package first arived, it came with no instructions. It's not to hard to figure out for some people, but others might want to see if all the parts that were supposed to be included, are included. Second, after about 35 seconds of the box being opened, I noticed that the pedal was assembled IMPROPERLY. The rotor was facing the wrong direction on the drive shaft, and that took me extra time to fix that up. After playing with it as a reserve, I noticed many things wrong with this pedal. First, it comes with no velcro. It will slide around everywhere, because the Spikes are very flimsy. The spring tension system is confusing, and I found the bottom bolt on the pedal spring ALWAYS falls off. Also, this pedal pretty much will fall apart unless you tighten the heck out of everything. This pedal is very unresponsive, and it takes forever for the pedal to return to the nuteral position, even with the springs tightened all the way. In my opinion, the pedal is too light and flimsy. It's impossible to make all the adjustments equal to the main and the slave. Pull back of the beater will actually change, no matter how hard you tighten the bolt the is supposed to hold it in place. overall: This pedal will leave you wanting more. Newbies or professionals alike will find that they will get more bang for their buck if they save and buy DW, Tama, or even a pearl pedal.
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I purchased the Pulse Double Pedal back in March. I'm not going to lie to you, the reason I bought it was because it was affordable. I have two children and a wife to feed, so money is tight. I was however surprised at the feel of these pedals. The action is very smooth and controlled, which I like a lot. These pedals offer drummers a lot of variations and settings. My old Gibralter double pedal didn't have these options, so these were a nice surprise when I got to playing them. Understand that these are not the top pedals out there, but I believe you can either play drums or you can't. So if you can play these are fine pedals that will save you a lot of money.
I got this pedal about 3 years ago cause I was just goofing off, It is an real good for a beginner but for me not good pedal is an axis longboard pedal if you want some serious metal. I use the Axis in the Ruin fill (cover)It is a really goo pedal
I've owned the kick for almost a year now. It has worked great for me and what I use it for. You can't beat the price, especially if you don't require all that much.One minor thing. Some assembly instructions would be nice. It was pretty difficult trying to connect the two kicks together.The biggest problem I am having with the kick is that the right pedal keeps sliding down and hitting the metal piece underneath it. For one, this creates a loud clicking noise and two, it gets to the point where you can barely even tap the pedal it falls down so far. A simple adjustment with a drum key solves the problem, but it keeps reoccuring. That is just about the only large problem I have had with it.I would say it is defineitly worth getting depending on your usage.
I've been drumming for 6 years and this was my first double pedal. It seemed kind of hard and slow but I thought it was just me. Then recently I played on a iron cobra and It was unbeleivable how fast and easy I was going. So then I realized how slow and crapy this pedal is. Oh and it fell apart on me in less than a year.
This pedal is great! Not only is it cost efficient, but is truely does provide top of the line performace. It can hold its own in comparison to DW5000 and Tama Iron Cobra. I did have to make signifcant adjustments to the springs, cam, and drive shaft--but once that was complete this pedal played phenominally! Now the only test left is to see how well it will hold together for the years to come.
I'd got this pedal when I was just starting and it really got me goin on the double bass trend. If you are going to buy it I'd take off the spring on the left pedal and keep the tension springs looser then you'd expect.
I'm a veteran single pedal user but figured I'd try this and just keep it if it didn't work out. This thing sat in the closet for over a year till I had a summer off from College then went at it full force. It's sturdy as hell and after a couple weeks of drumming with headphones it's like riding a bike you've never ridden. I did unhook the left pedal spring and adjusted the other springs to my likings and barefeet, whew! Take care of it and it'll take care of you.
I don't have any experience with a double bass, so I bought this one to learn. It was fairly easy to learn on, seems like it might be slow, but hey that's great to build up your leg muscles and muscle memory. I was really happy with it at first, until the top screw on the left pedal stripped, leaving me unable to tighten it anymore, after only five months,and I had to return it under warranty. It seems this has happened to a lot of people, so I would not reccommend buying it, as you are just going to have to return it eventually.
I've owned this pedle for several years now and never had anything break on me. I've played numerous shows with them and have found that they're tough to hurt. Although they hold up well they have a very slow reaction. They're ok for beginners but after a while you'll want to up grade
I used to have a DW double pedal that cost me $350 but after using it for a couple weeks I realized it wasn't worth what I paid so I returned it a bought this. This Pedal is As Good As if not BETTER than the DW pedal. Works perfect if hooked up right.