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Tama Iron Cobra Rolling Glide Twin Kick Drum Pedal   

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The Tama Iron Cobra Rolling Glide Twin Pedal features a uniform round cam. The use of fewer sprocket teeth and a double chain combine perfectly to ac...Click To Read More About This Product

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For players who want a smooth, uniform response.

The Tama Iron Cobra Rolling Glide Twin Pedal features a uniform round cam. The use of fewer sprocket teeth and a double chain combine perfectly to achieve quiet action and exceptional durability for your drum set.

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4.8

(based on 22 reviews)

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Great deal

Well, I was at a local shop the other day looking for some pedals. They had a wide variety, but I took a certain liking to the iron cobras. On my trip to...Read complete review

Well, I was at a local shop the other day looking for some pedals. They had a wide variety, but I took a certain liking to the iron cobras. On my trip to the store, I was certain I was going to get the axis long board, or maybe the dw 9002. The dw pedals had a great response, it felt like I wasn't even playing them, and the axis felt pretty good too, but the iron cobra wasn't too far behind them. There was a snare I wanted to buy along with my pedals, so I decided to comprimise and buy the cobras. I've had the pedal for about three months now, and it's working just fine. I only have a few complaints. At high speeds, the speed ring tends to slip it's way out of place on my slave pedals, and the key that it comes with is worth near nothing. Asides from that, the pedal has great response and it seems to be keeping up with me, A+. If you have the money, go with dw, but if you don't this pedal is pretty awesome too.

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What's the point? Get something else!

I have owned this pedal for a while and play on it pretty hard. I guess it's okay as far as double pedals go, but in retrospect I believe I should have saved my...Read complete review

I have owned this pedal for a while and play on it pretty hard. I guess it's okay as far as double pedals go, but in retrospect I believe I should have saved my money and gotten a DW 9002 double pedal. First, the slave side(the left side) is noticeably slower than the primary beater. I'm not sure if it because I extend the slave all the way out to the maximum allowable distance, or the bearings might be getting old. I know that a new DW pedal feels better when I play it at the store. It would seem to me a better idea would be to put another spring on the left side of the pedal to give it a more direct 'pullback' response. Also the drumkey attachment gets in the way when I put my hi hat stand to the right of the slave pedal.(I like to play the Billy Ward way and keep my hi hat stand close to my snare). And to top it off, the drumkey that came with the pedal got stripped a long time ago so having that attachment there is pointless anyway. The DW pedals have the drumkey attachment underneath the footboard, and you can attach pretty much any drumkey to it, no matter if you lose the original or it gets stripped. Go for something else.

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5.0

The Tama Iron Cobra rocks!!!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

In june this year i went to my loacal drumcentre and wanted to leave that day with a double bass pedal. I went in looking to try out the iron cobra and the moment i put my feet on the pedals i decided thta was the one for me. It is very easy to set up and is very durable. It also allows you to play very fast. I am in a screamo band and I need to be able to do quick feet. Well done Tama

 
5.0

Excellent Double Pedal

By Run Run Zabatista

from San Francisco

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Just what you would expect from TAMA, Quality, Innovation, Durability. The lighting fast reflexes of this pedal combined with the the stiking force of a mule kick, makes this the perfect choice for the Modern Thrash/Speed Metal Drummer. Replaced one of the beater heads with wood to compliment the felt, just to get 2 distinct sounds. The hoop clamp is a good feature, as well as the adjustability of it's major functions. All in all, a top notch piece of equipment. I have it paired up with the Iron Cobra HH, supprting my Tama Starclassic. Your gear is as good as the person who plays it.

 
5.0

i think this is the best..

By The_Emissary

from New Underwood, SD

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To me I think that this is the best, this is probably the best metal or rock or punk or whatever that is out there. theres alot of drummers that have this pedal and I've heard that there one of a kind. I've had mine for 2 years now. and I tried out alot of different pedals out. Even the dw 9002. To I think the dw9002 is a good pedal but its a pain to adjust. I don't own one but a friend of mine owns one. But I think that this pedal is the best pedal in the world, sure its priced a little high. But who cares really I think the iron cobra is way fast and better then the dw 9002. For you people that like the dw9002 I think you guys just dont like to take care of your things. That's probably why its falling apart or getting broken.iron cobra hands down.

 
5.0

Great deal

By Billybob

from Tx

Well, I was at a local shop the other day looking for some pedals. They had a wide variety, but I took a certain liking to the iron cobras. On my trip to the store, I was certain I was going to get the axis long board, or maybe the dw 9002. The dw pedals had a great response, it felt like I wasn't even playing them, and the axis felt pretty good too, but the iron cobra wasn't too far behind them. There was a snare I wanted to buy along with my pedals, so I decided to comprimise and buy the cobras. I've had the pedal for about three months now, and it's working just fine. I only have a few complaints. At high speeds, the speed ring tends to slip it's way out of place on my slave pedals, and the key that it comes with is worth near nothing. Asides from that, the pedal has great response and it seems to be keeping up with me, A+. If you have the money, go with dw, but if you don't this pedal is pretty awesome too.

 
5.0

Got to be the best.......

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

ok i have used Yamaha 8210, pacific 402 all dw's and they all suck compared! it's so smooth!

 
4.0

Tama's come a long way, but there's better...

By DaveH1981

from Arizona

I walked into my local shop in late 2000 expecting to buy a Pearl Powershifter Eliminator, but they were fresh out of stock. The salesman gets me to try the Tama Iron Cobra double pedal, and I was pretty impressed. Not wanting to go home empty-handed, I bought it. Overall, it's a solid product, and a far cry from the clunky, heavy-handed Tama bass drum pedals of years past. Response is swift, action is smooth, and the independently adjustable footboard, complementary drum key, and hardshell carrying case all are nice features. However, I wish they'd have included either multi-surface beaters (such as Pearl's Quadbeater) or a free pair of rubber beaters; the stock beaters are felt only. Although I may end up selling or trading in this pedal in the near future, Tama is to be commended on drastically improving the quality and playability of their bass drum pedals.

 
5.0

these petals are awesome

By Eddie-B9saT

from Brownsville, PA

they play well, very smooth and are very quick. these pedals are worth getting

 
5.0

The Best Double Pedal .

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

The HP900R is the best double pedal on the market.....PERIOD ! ... don't waste you're time with anything else.

 
5.0

Much Different Review

By Kyle GrotesQue

from Joliet, Illinois

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Now, this is going to differ greatly from any other review. But, some people may get false impressions about this before you buy it. The only thing I dislike about this pedal is there is no feedback to it. You basicly have to lift your foot completly off the pedal to get it to come back. Now, I know it exaderated, but if your use to playing more stiff pedals this isn't a good pedal for you.

 
5.0

Best pedal I have ever played!!

By Nick-FJCpI

from Gravette, AR

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I bought this pedal sometime before christmas. I orignally played this on my friends kit. Once I played it I fell in love with it. It is perfect for speed, or if you just want to groove with it. I wouldn't trade if for anything. I recommend this for grooving with your ride cymbal.

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