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The Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal features a unique, remarkable construction. This pedal is actually 2 single pedals joined as a double. Unlike t...Read More

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The Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal features a unique, remarkable construction. This pedal is actually 2 single pedals joined as a double. Unlike the standard slave pedal, these pedals are linked with an advanced universal joint system which is far less messy. This innovatively designed pedal possesses the features of the original Pro 1-V Detonator with several adjustments. For example, it features a one-piece long footboard. Formed with incredible aerospace materials like stainless and hardened steel, billet aluminum, and titanium, this pedal is built to last.Independent Split-Cam System With this feature, you can easily adjust the beater drive' angle within a full 360 range. Within seconds your Pro 1-V Detonator can be converted to a triggering pedal or a cocktail kit pedal. This smooth adjustment transitions into sturdy positioning so you can rest assured that the pedal' action will be solid throughout your playing.Multi-Position Stroke Adjustment Cluster This patent-pending 3 position cluster offers the drummer separate adjustments. Separately tweak and manipulate the pedal action, throw, and footboard angle. Compression Spring Technology The Big Foot Double Pedal has an internal spring that efficiently uses energy. The result is a pedal that can always keep up with your foot speed. The stroke and action is always fluid as the spring works in conjunction with the profiled cam follower to reduce tension build up. Additionally, the spring tension can be simply adjusted as you play. Instead of having to remove the pedal from the hoop to adjust tension, this technology allows you to adjust it with a simple dial.Footboard and Base Plate Both the footboard and the base plate are formed from resilient billet aluminum. The base plate provides a super sturdy platform for the pedal and can withstand over 12,000 PSI. The footboard is securely attached to the heel plate with a hardened solid steel pin. It is fracture tested to 12,000 lb per square inch.Beaters With a standard drum key, the beaters can be easily adjusted to any height or angle. Manipulate these beaters along the titanium shafts so that they strike the exact part of the bass drum that you desire. Regardless of how you position your beaters, the natural feel of the pedal under your foot is unaffected. There is also the option to switch out Hard/Soft surface options with these beaters.Slide-Trac Rapid Release Hoop Clamp This clamp makes setup easier and quicker than ever. No longer do you have to fumble with screwing and unscrewing wing nuts. Instead this clamp enables the pieces to slide together which also permits the pedal to fit perfectly with any brand of bass drum hoop. There are also 3 memory set screws so the hoop size and distance from the head can be pre-set for consistent setup time after time.


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Trick DrumsBig Foot Double Pedal
 
4.7

(based on 30 reviews)

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92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Functional (10)
  • Easy to use (9)
  • Good quality (9)
  • Improves sound (6)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Practicing (8)
  • Concerts (7)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (8), Professional musician (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

A Good Pedal But....

I tried Trick because they are very interesting pedals. I wanted to see if they would be easier or better than what I am using. But... the truth is for me I...Read complete review

I tried Trick because they are very interesting pedals. I wanted to see if they would be easier or better than what I am using. But... the truth is for me I could not do anything more on these Trick Pedals than I could on my current pedals. I also didn't care for the way the Bass drum hoop clamp on the trick pedal does not adjust tension wise and the fixed pressure from it will bite into your bass drum hoop something fearce so be prepared to renforce your hoop with something unless this does not bother you. I did like the way the Trick Shaft was machined that connects the two pedals. No play in it what so ever but it really didn't make any difference compared to what I have when it comes to playing. I could do singles Doubles and 32nds no faster on the trick pedals than I could on my current pedal. My Current pedal is also a direct drive and it does nothing less as far as play ability than the Trick. The separate adjustments on the Trick pedal being the foot plate and the beater really do nothing for me. For instance,if I want to move my beater back a bit more but then I want to move my foot plate back forward to keep it where it was,.. in reality does not keep things the same as far as what you might be used to. Because I still have to then push down further to hit the drum. All of these adjustments really took me nowhere. Something I discovered was that it is necessary to have the beater and foot plate move together when adjusting beater angle or plate height. I learned that I didn't want them to be separate. The Trick Beaters I really like! They are balanced really well and adjust the best so I have a pair I bought for my current pedals. The Tricks Linkage had the same amount of play in it that my current pedals have. I also didn't like Trick's Warranty on their pedals. It states that Trick will cover the major parts of the pedal for two years...things like bass mount and foot plate. Big deal. You will have to replace any springs or anything like Bearings or linkage if needed is what I am understanding from reading their warranty. The Trick Bearings are also exposed to the atmosphere too unlike my current pedals. The Spring system is interesting but again,no quicker than what I am using nor more comfortable. The Trick was not any less comfortable but not any different really when it came to playing. As far as adjusting the spring with such quick ease, I found that it didn't really matter. When was the last time you ever heard of a drummer needing to reach down between songs to adjust his or her springs? Interesting design but not really as needed as you might think or they might say. About the only thing I kept from the trick was their Beaters for my current pedals. I have used my current pedals with spring tension up all the way for about 4 years now with no problems what so ever. My pedals are made in Yamaha's Motor Cycle shop and they are Yamaha Flying Dragon Direct Drives. As far as playing goes they do nothing less than the Trick system for me and after trying the Trick system I even found a new respect for my Dragons. Now Trick is very nice indeed. I know they will work for many here as we can read from others and this is very good. Can't go wrong with Musician's Friend either. But I shipped them back and was refunded my $$. For now I am fine with what I am using even though it seemed to be worth a try.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Good pedal, but there are better options

Not a bad pedal, better than axis longboards and pearl demonators by a long shot but the pricing is what threw this in the "absolutely not an option" bin. These are...Read complete review

Not a bad pedal, better than axis longboards and pearl demonators by a long shot but the pricing is what threw this in the "absolutely not an option" bin. These are great for fast double bass playing, whether heel up, heel down, heel-toe, or swivel/ankle motion is used. The spring tension is an easy adjustment by just turning a knob and the fact that unlike most (not all) lower priced double pedals, even the DW9002, this can be split into two individual pedals with near infinite adjustment possibilities ranging from footboard height to spring tension to beater distance, you name it. Honestly, I went with the Czarcie Kopyto custom pedals (the same ones Inferno of Behemoth, Kerim "Krimh" Lechner of Septic Flesh, ex-Decapitated, and many more infamous death metal drummers use, including Paul of Cannibal Corpse) ordered custom made with an inverted cross engraving on each of the pedalboards. Honestly, for the price of the Pro-1V Bigfoot pedal, you can get a lot better bang for your buck with the czarcie's, yes they are a tad more expensive because they are made on the per-order basis straight from the headquarters in Poland but the width of the footboard near where your heel would rest is about 50% wider allowing much more ease when using the swivel technique (think George Kollias of Nile or James Payne ex-Hour of Penance, just to name a few). And not to mention these (the Trick pedals) dont come in a flight case, but on the contrary, you dont have to wait 6 months for the pedals to be made. I'll leave the choice up to you, but PLEASE try before you buy.

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5.0

This pedal is so amazing I bought an extra!

By Jeffcorpse

from Owensboro KY

About Me Experienced

Verified Buyer

Pros

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

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

    This pedal is pretty much flawless! Independent adjustment for the beater distance and footboard height makes it even more amazing than just the compression spring , direct drive and long footboard.
    The spring tension is so easy to reach down and adjust for different musical needs. No picking the pedal up off the floor or laying on the floor to change it.
    You want speed, you've got it! Power? It's got that too-more so than axis by far (even though axis is good).
    I can't believe this was used. Looks new with the box and all the parts. Even though it should last forever, while I had the money, I bought a backup so I'd never be without!

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    3.0

    Good pedal, but there are better options

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    By Czarcie666KopytoUSA

    from Winter Haven, FL

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    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Can Split To Two Singles
    • Functional
    • Good Quality
    • Infinite Adjustability
    • Longboard Feature

    Cons

    • Expensive
    • No "perfect" Setting

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Double Bass Drumming
    • Practicing

    Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

    Not a bad pedal, better than axis longboards and pearl demonators by a long shot but the pricing is what threw this in the "absolutely not an option" bin. These are great for fast double bass playing, whether heel up, heel down, heel-toe, or swivel/ankle motion is used. The spring tension is an easy adjustment by just turning a knob and the fact that unlike most (not all) lower priced double pedals, even the DW9002, this can be split into two individual pedals with near infinite adjustment possibilities ranging from footboard height to spring tension to beater distance, you name it. Honestly, I went with the Czarcie Kopyto custom pedals (the same ones Inferno of Behemoth, Kerim "Krimh" Lechner of Septic Flesh, ex-Decapitated, and many more infamous death metal drummers use, including Paul of Cannibal Corpse) ordered custom made with an inverted cross engraving on each of the pedalboards. Honestly, for the price of the Pro-1V Bigfoot pedal, you can get a lot better bang for your buck with the czarcie's, yes they are a tad more expensive because they are made on the per-order basis straight from the headquarters in Poland but the width of the footboard near where your heel would rest is about 50% wider allowing much more ease when using the swivel technique (think George Kollias of Nile or James Payne ex-Hour of Penance, just to name a few). And not to mention these (the Trick pedals) dont come in a flight case, but on the contrary, you dont have to wait 6 months for the pedals to be made. I'll leave the choice up to you, but PLEASE try before you buy.

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    5.0

    Plays like a d*mn fiddle!

    By Jirayaa

    from Manchester, UK

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Extremely Fast
    • Highly Responsive
    • Settings Markers
    • Very sturdy

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

        Sturdy, highly robust and can definitely take a beating, without any signs of foot-board sway or unwanted pedal movement. The action of the pedals is so smooth that you forget you are actually playing with pedals, instead it just feels like the biological output of your brain through your feet is going directly into the kick drum. You barely have to think about your feet-pedal relationship, once you find the right setting, you instruct your feet to do something, and they just do it! The feel of these pedals is indescribable. As soon as I am able, I'm buying another pair to keep at home so I can use them whenever.

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        5.0

        Quite the Unit

        By Peart

        from Canada

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        Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

        I was reluctant to switch from 30 years of chain drive to direct, but the second I used this pedal it was like another universe. I love it. I used a dw9002 until it fell part (8 years)and wanted all the upgrades that Trick has. This is a specialized custom build folks, built by a drummer. If u are reluctant, like I was, don't be. This thing is a work of art. U will never need another pedal....and best of all....it is actually 2 single pedals so I have the option of using 2 bass drums......it is killer.

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        5.0

        Unlock your true potential. . .

        By Medusa_Childe

        from Somerset, KY

        About Me Professional Musician

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Excellent Quality
        • Functional
        • Improves Ability
        • Improves Sound
        • Improves Timing

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • All Aspects Of Playing
          • Concerts
          • Practicing

          Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

          Within an hour I was able to to adjust and start delivering blasts that I had been struggling with for years. Instead of feeling like a distance runner on 16th's it was effortless. These pedals are smooth beyond compare with anything out there and built like a beefy Swiss watch. The height of precision. Hats off to Trick for making such an awesome product right here in the states.

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          5.0

          THE BEST!!!!

          By \m/etal\m/onty

          from Spokane, WA

          About Me Professional Musician

          Pros

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

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Backup
            • Concerts
            • Practicing

            Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

            These are the greatest thing in the drumming market. Got them yesturday, and i've had no time to get use to them and i can already feel improvment in my playing. To any upcoming drummers save ur money and buy them.

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            (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Hands down the best

            By Spastik

            from Atlanta

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Built Like A Tank
            • Easy To Use
            • Functional
            • Good Quality
            • Infinitely Adjustable

            Cons

              Best Uses

                Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

                The best pedals, hands down, nothing else close. I've had Pearls (dominator and demon drive), DW's, Iron Cobra, and a few other forgettable pedals.... These kill them. The only way I can see someone would have problems with them is if they don't take the time to set them up properly or if they have calves the size of toothpicks. They are big as hell and are built like a tank (and weigh as much).

                If ya have the cash, get em. If ya don't, save up. They will be the last pedals ya ever need.

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                5.0

                Very solid / Quality

                By watermelonharry

                from Maine

                About Me Experienced

                Pros

                • Easy To Use
                • Functional
                • Good Quality

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Backup
                  • Concerts
                  • Practicing

                  Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

                  I picked the bigfoot double up six months ago to replace my pearl singles that I bought 12 years ago. I purchased these because I wanted to have two singles for two kicks that I could swap to a double pedal without having to swap around springs if I wanted to play a double pedal on one kick. The springs are mounted inside the pedal housing. On pretty much all other pedals the springs are mounted externally and adjustments are more difficult. The Trick pedals adjust way easier and can be set exactly the same. Very well built and solid. Every part of these are machined perfectly and there is no slop between any of the parts. Linkage in the double pedal is the best I have ever seen with no delay. Can be converted from double to two singles in about 2 minutes. These pedals feel like an extension of my foot, but don't buy them thinking that they will instantly make you faster because they won't. Only practice and technique will get speed. If you are looking for pedals that can do anything or any style these are the best I have tried. Took me no time to get used to the feel and they feel exactly like I would want a pedal to feel if I could design my own. They are expensive, but anything good for your drums will be if it's quality. Now I want sb1 triggers to go with them....

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                  4.0

                  Incredibly Smooth, but lacks power

                  By Breezio

                  from Salt Lake

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                  Pros

                  • Easy To Use
                  • Functional
                  • Good Quality

                  Cons

                  • Difficult To Use

                  Best Uses

                  • Concerts
                  • Practicing

                  Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

                  This is an incredibly smooth and quick reacting pedal. However, it is definitely not for everyone. I also have a DW9002 pedal, and switching over to this took me a while to get used to. It is much quicker and has less drag on the slave pedal than any other double pedal I've ever played. However, it is hard to get the same power out of this as you would with some of the conventional double pedals.
                  The beaters that come with this are very cool and fully adjustable. Unfortunately they are not very loud. If my bass drum is not being mic'ed, I usually swap out the trick beaters for the more bulky DW beaters. This impacts the speed of the pedal, but definitely helps with volume.
                  The only real disappointment is that a pedal this expensive does not come with a case, and is too long to fit in most universal pedal bags.

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                  5.0

                  Best Pedal Hands Down.

                  By Detroit

                  from Los Angles Ca

                  About Me Professional Musician

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

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

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Trick Drums Big Foot Double Pedal:

                      This pedal is the best hands down.The build quality is insane the adjustments are endless.I used a dw5000 for 15 years great pedal but the trick beats it hands down in everyway.It is a different feel for sure but no latency at all.The only thing it will not do is make you a great double bass player as practice can only do that.This is the highest quality pedal money can buy that is why the price is steep.If you want the best here it is.

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