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Pulse Pro Single Kick Pedal
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A super fast and smooth chain-drive pedal. Features great adjustable action, hard or felt beater surface, steel floor plate for stability, and roller...Click To Read More About This Product
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A lot of kick for the bucks!
A super fast and smooth chain-drive pedal. Features great adjustable action, hard or felt beater surface, steel floor plate for stability, and roller bearing spring attachment assembly for smooth action. Non-marring hoop attachment.
- Chain drive
- Adjustable action
- Steel floor plate for stability
- Roller bearing spring attachment assembly for smooth action
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Here's the one feature to look for in ANY kick pedal: ADJUSTABILITY. This pedal has it. Maybe not every feature ever invented, but it's got the ones that count most for me....Read complete review
Here's the one feature to look for in ANY kick pedal: ADJUSTABILITY. This pedal has it. Maybe not every feature ever invented, but it's got the ones that count most for me. Particularly, the ability to adjust the height of the toe pedal VERSUS the distance of the beater to the drum. As in: do you want your toe to go really low/far before the beater hits? or do you want fast, tight action so that the stroke happens while your toe is still higher up? You can adjust smoothly between either extreme on this pedal. It becomes obvious when you see it. I made that adjustment on these, after tossing my old crap (CB drums factory stock) pedals, and INSTANTLY had better coordination in my feet, just by the feel. Forget extra tools, all the adjustments are made with a drum key. Also, velcro on the bottom plus floor spikes---use on carpet and this thing STAYS PUT! Plus the hoop clamp is rubber padded with a hinged claw to fit whatever hoop you have. Solid dual chain action, serious heavy duty construction. And the cherry on top: each one comes with an extra drum key with a little holder for it on the pedal!!! All for this price?
Most Liked Negative Review
this pedal was good for 6 months
I have had this pedal for about a year now. (the double version) and i liked it a lot. for the first 6 months i was doing great with them. 16th and...Read complete review
I have had this pedal for about a year now. (the double version) and i liked it a lot. for the first 6 months i was doing great with them. 16th and 32nd beat rolls were a peice of cake. i could play metallica's st.anger perfectly. after month 6 they started to loosen and the tension springs gave a little, so i tightened them, now the pedal is to firm. the slave pedal is not at the same hight as the the other one. no matter how much i tweak and change, nothing happens. i am planning on buying a practice pad and using them to practice and get either pearl eliminators or axis longboards. all in all these pedals are good for beginers and intermediate players but if you want something to stand up to the test of time and playing, these are not them. good luck with your choice, and accpect what you pay for with these pedals.
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I have owned three of these pedals and have broken nearly every part of it. The piece that holds the chain and the one that holds the spring both broke. The worst however was in the middle of a set, I kicked the pedal board in half. So just be aware.
I see lot's of panners in here for this pedal, I don't get it. I have had this one for a few years, and as I don't clobber it with daily gigs, I find it more than satisfactory. It has comfort and adjustability I love. It kind of feels like a Cobra to me. Unfortunately, it has been discontinued, so I don't recomend buying a boatload of these. But if you are embarking on a drumming career and don't have the bank at your disposal, I would grab a couple of them while you can. Some day, you can get a Speed King or FlexiFlyer, if you can find one. I love my Pulse. It's cheap, but it does what I tell it to do. What more can you ask?
I just got this pedal several hours ago,and so far, I am not impressed. There are certainly worse pedals out there. Out of the box there are several adjustments that need to be made. Once the adjustments are made, they don't stay. I just practiced for maybe 1 hour. In that hour, I had to re-adjust everything at least 3 times. Maybe that was " Operator Error " but I don't think so. It does have a good sturdy double chain drive, which I am pleased with. As I said, this pedal is not junk, but its not something that will stay in my arsenal for long.
I purchased 2 of these and the same adjustment piece broke. The part that adjusts the pedal height and mallet distance stripped on one and cracked open on the other. I see other people on here with the same problems. The newest one is only about 6 months old! I thought the first one was may have been a fluke but it turned out to just be a bad designed part. SO don't believe the high rating. Take it from someone who already sunk money in to two of them.....
Bought this pedal about a year ago, and used it every once in a while to put drum tracks on my home recordings. After the equivalent of about two months of an actual drummers use, the piece that controls the travel of the mallet head (the peice attached to the chain) stripped and was unable to be tightened.
I've heard about this pedal alot of times and decided to try it and it did not break my bank which I love but it's not made for metal music I would recommend gibraltar intruder and avenger for metal playing or axis, trick, or pearl demon drive for metal music, don't expect great things from this pedal.
This is such an amazing pedal. It was a great upgrade for me when i started to get better. it has amzing speed for me i can finally play blink 182- damn it.BUY this PEDAL!!!!!!!!
This is a really good pedal for the money. It's fast, it's solid. It just works well and that's all I have to say.
I got this pedal as a second pedal for a travel kit I have. It is smooth and a good value for what you pay. I have not experienced any negatives. I have a memory lock on the shaft to prevent any movement. One thing that surprised me was that it does not employ a sprocket for the dual chains, just a channel like for a belt driven pedal. It is smooth and meets the needs that I got it for.
I've had this pedal for about two months now and I've had zero problems like those described below and I'm pretty rough on it. I'm not saying it's the best pedal in the world, but I've been beating the crap out of it for two months now and it's just like the day I bought. Great value in my opinion.