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Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal 

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Precision, adjustability, and high-end technology.

The Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal is an affordable alternative to the Pro 1-V. It features the same basic design and technology but is more cost-effective. This double pedal uses precise machined carts with aerospace quality. Highly adjustable, this pedal has fully adjustable beater and drive cams, and an on-the-fly tension adjustment. This pedal features compression spring technology and has a spring-loaded quick-release hoop clamp. Finally, the Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal has the patent pending zero-backlash drive shaft.


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Trick DrumsDominator Double Pedal
 
4.9

(based on 19 reviews)

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90%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (9)
  • Functional (8)
  • Good quality (7)
  • Improves sound (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Concerts (6)
  • Practicing (6)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

The TRICK is a TREAT!

I finally decided to pick up some double pedals, after 2 years of using a DW 9000 single pedal. This was after a 25 year break in drumming. I did a lot of...Read complete review

I finally decided to pick up some double pedals, after 2 years of using a DW 9000 single pedal. This was after a 25 year break in drumming. I did a lot of research and heard many good and bad things about the other pedals. I was just about to get the DW 9000 double pedals but heard the drive shaft has some play in it and can worsen over time. I heard the AXIS pedals don't have enough power, but are fast.

It was truly by blind faith I picked up these Dominator Doubles since no one had them anywhere to play. I interviewed people that had the Bigfoot and the Pro1-V, and they were extremely satisfied with them...but they were not cheap!
Needless to say, man! I am completely satisified with these! First of all, they come as 2 separate pedals. The engineering and material (Billet Alum) put it in another category. What's so awesome is that you can quickly reach down, and turn a dial on the "Compression" spring to change your tension in between songs, with 1 hand!
They play smoother than butter, and you get no lag or slack from the slave pedal to beater. None.

Cons: The beaters are not as heavy, so I use the DW double sided beaters. The clamp does not actually screw onto the hoop, but is suspended with a lock spring. Still getting used to that. Otherwise this bad boy get a 10!

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packaging needs review/ left pedal creeps.

Package arrived, and on one side indentation. Upon opening box, the left pedal had visible damage,to box. the left pedal extension that connects to right pedal was sticking right out of the...Read complete review

Package arrived, and on one side indentation. Upon opening box, the left pedal had visible damage,to box. the left pedal extension that connects to right pedal was sticking right out of the box. it appears to be un-damaged, but for this amount of money, shipper, trick, should pay some attention to how they ship their product. Also, unlike DW, left pedal, while there is velcro provided, it still creeps. Trick must not be aware that velcro does not work on all carpet surfaces. DW has spring loaded anchors. Trick should modify their pedal, so that it does not move.

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(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

The TRICK is a TREAT!

By Big D in SD

from San Diego

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Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

I finally decided to pick up some double pedals, after 2 years of using a DW 9000 single pedal. This was after a 25 year break in drumming. I did a lot of research and heard many good and bad things about the other pedals. I was just about to get the DW 9000 double pedals but heard the drive shaft has some play in it and can worsen over time. I heard the AXIS pedals don't have enough power, but are fast.

It was truly by blind faith I picked up these Dominator Doubles since no one had them anywhere to play. I interviewed people that had the Bigfoot and the Pro1-V, and they were extremely satisfied with them...but they were not cheap!
Needless to say, man! I am completely satisified with these! First of all, they come as 2 separate pedals. The engineering and material (Billet Alum) put it in another category. What's so awesome is that you can quickly reach down, and turn a dial on the "Compression" spring to change your tension in between songs, with 1 hand!
They play smoother than butter, and you get no lag or slack from the slave pedal to beater. None.

Cons: The beaters are not as heavy, so I use the DW double sided beaters. The clamp does not actually screw onto the hoop, but is suspended with a lock spring. Still getting used to that. Otherwise this bad boy get a 10!

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Worth every penny.

By Allan Malloy

from Canada Ontario

Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

I've been drumming for close to a decade, and really haven't played with many double pedals but I've played enough double bass kits. my last pedal was a very old double pedal - which it's slave wouldn't work too well especially at the 190+ BPM range with 16th notes making it a royal pain to use. when i entered the market for a new pedal I tried to the Iron cobra, and the demon drive, both of which felt good but basically the same as my old pedal - Just the slave however worked properly, and they responded quicker/better.

Not much of a learning curve too either of them, I didn't want to spend my money on something that could turn into what i already had.

I tried the trick Big-foot after Tama, and pearls pedals. I was amazed at how it felt - and how much quicker it responded on both pedals (The stores settings were perfect for me, oddly enough). I was sold but couldnt afford the big-foot so i went with the dominatorWhen i got the dominator home and set it up, I had basically figured out my settings right away after 2 hours of playing. And I Immediately began trying double kick. It's been 5 days since then, and even with the learning curve that comes with this pedal (Some people will get used too it quicker then others) I've gotten back too the 200ish BPM range on 16th notes and what a difference this pedals made. The sound, the consistancy, the feel, the comfort are ALL better with this pedal.In the end - It's worth every penny. I'm a very quick learner, and it took me a week to get used to this pedal - and I'm still getting better with it. Don't let that deterr you, I'm better with this thing then my old pedal already!
Just don't expect too get this and pick up where you left off with your old double pedal. Take a few weeks and give it some patience - It's well worth it.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Amazing....

By Jordy

from Phoenix

Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

Once you're done with the compression spring learning curve this pedal is a beast. Built like a tank...the driveshaft is TIG welded, come on? Billet aluminum beaters hit hard, the pedal is infinitely adjustable...I went from Axis A's to this, I love the axis, but bottom line is this pedal is designed and built better, not saying one or the other is better, thats all personal preference, but this pedal will probably fit the bill who thought the Axis pedals felt "too light"This pedal has me eyeballing a trick kit now...

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Get past the learning curve!

By Sam-Q_R20

from Sunnyvale

Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

When i first got my Trick Dominator's and put them on my kit, i kinda hated them. i just wasn't able to find the right adjustments of spring tension, footboard height, or beater distance. after nearly a month or 2 of testing, i found the near perfect set up, THEN these pedals became AMAZING. im still learning with them nearly 8 months later. but just give it time and it will feel perfect.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Pretty nice Pedal

By mimith

from sioux city, iowa

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Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

I had iron cobras before these butes and i think the ic's had a ton more rebound but having the ability to adjust alot on this makes up for it. also if you think you want these you'd better get some different beaters. in my opinion, they're junk. so i used the iron cobra beater with the rubber tips. real nice tho otherwise

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Feat of Engineering

By Matrixv01

from Dallas, TX

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Pros

  • Adjustability
  • Build Quality
  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound
  • Smooth
  • Sturdy

Cons

  • Beaters

Best Uses

    Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

    The Dominator is built like a tank but is super smooth and fast. It's got all the features I need to play extreme metal with it's longboard and direct drive. It's like a much heavier-duty Axis. The thicker aluminum parts and sturdier construction make the pedal indestructible but don't hinder speed. All features like the independently adjustable beater height, beater stroke, footboard height and spring tension can be done with a drum key without getting off your throne. Trick has smartly put marks on everything so you know where your adjustments are in relation to one another. As if this weren't enough this is the only pedal I know with a compression spring. This is totally ingenious. So much so I don't know why everyone hasn't copied it. The spring is internal to the pedal and it's adjusted by turning a knob. That's it. No springs flopping around. No twisting a little screw under the pedal and then twisting the lock nut down to secure it, etc. The black finish is a very nice touch as well. The double pedal driveshaft is well-made too. The only minor issue I have is the beater. It looks cool and work great but being that it's aluminum it will destroy a bass drum head in no time even with a patch, unless you use a Kevlar one. If you're in the market for an Axis or something similar definitely check out Trick.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    built like a tank in the USA!!

    By doughboy420

    from hays, ks

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        Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

        Let me start off by saying i was so happy when i saw the made in USA sticker on the box. I expected china or taiwan they seem to just be the standard nowadays. So it goes w out saying the machine work and build quality are absolutley spectacular. I have had pearl eliminators(2 sets actually) tama iron cobras and there is just no comparison. No and i mean NO play in the slave pedal. It reponds just as well as the primary. Very easy to adjust. And they are two singles u make them into doubles. This is the last pedal u will ever need. These pedals are the answers to drummers prayers. Go the extra mile n spend tht money its more like an investment. U and your band will be glad u did.

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        YES!

        By KEBWEBS

        from Massachusetts

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        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional
        • Good Quality
        • Improves Sound

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          Best Uses

          • Concerts
          • Practicing

          Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

          Astonishing build quality, superior adjustability and a feel like NO OTHER! Just upgraded from DW3000's and the difference is beyond words. I was immediatelly able to play faster, smoother and with greater force. I ENJOY playing these pedals, they elevate the drumming experience from every imaginable perspective. I will never be without a set of Trick Dominators! Most reviewers note a learning curve associated with these pedals, where I expect that is true my playing improved instantly. I felt comfortable with them in two minutes! GET THESE PEDALS...

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Smooth

          By drummer90

          from Chamberlain, sd

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          Pros

          • Easy to adjust
          • Easy To Use

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

              I replaced my DW 5000's with these pedals and there was an obvious improvement in smoothness and response. I'm no pro drummer by any means but the way I look at it is that a good pedal is a good investment.
              I tried alot of the other models out there, demon drives, speed cobras, ect. and for a little more money these are much better. They are a double pedal that can be used indivualally if down the line you change your shell pack to have two bass drums.
              I'll be using these for a very long time.

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Smooth piece

              By JMBKC

              from KCMO

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              Comments about Trick Drums Dominator Double Pedal:

              I bought this pedal on the 27th of Jan 09. I am still getting accustomed to it. Coming from 6 years on a Tama Iron Cobra, this is a whole new ball game. Very well made, smooth as butter, very sensitive and allows speed with ease. I wear size 13 and the foot boards are plenty big. The pedal truly acts as independent beaters. Not like the Tama system. I've not played the original Trick or the Axis, but it would be hard to top this pedal. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars across the board? Trick had a design flaw in the mounting system. However it has been corrected and is now flawless. The mount system needs replacement rubber feet, which Trick will provide for free if you call them. I got the first run of this pedal, they say it is now fixed and shipping corrected. You will not be sorry with this pedal.

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