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Uses the same offset cam design as the Tama Iron Cobra Power Glide pedal.
Don't let the price fool you, this pedal is rock-solid and ready to deliver a serious beatdown.
Gives you unprecedented control over feel!
With its zero backlash and awesome leverage, the X-L2 will allow you to make the most of your double bass...
The world's most adjustable pedal — times 2! Features a dual chain-drive, traction-control footboard, and...
This is a direct-drive single pedal, with a solid cast link between the rocker shaft and the footboard. It...
The Yamaha FP-7210A kick pedal features a single-chain drive, horizontal frame brace, and beater angle...
Every musician knows that an instrument can only be as good as the tool it's played with. A violin demands the finest bow, a saxophone requires the perfect reed, and your bass drum or cajon needs the right pedal. With a number of different configurations to choose from, drum pedals can be matched intuitively to any style of music to deliver the ideal performance and sound. For many drummers, the traditional single pedal is the perfect solution. These precision-crafted pedals are available in various weights and actions, allowing you to choose the most intuitive feel for your own play style. With something that acts as an extension of your foot, that natural feeling is essential. For the ultimate in customization, many pedals are completely adjustable so you can fine-tune and tailor them to perfection. While the single pedal is a great choice, some drummers need a little more speed. If you play fast-paced music like rock and metal, a double pedal is probably more to your style. With a pedal under each foot, these double sets allow you to unlock the full potential of your bass drum. In the hands (or feet) of a skilled drummer, the double pedal makes even the fastest beats a cinch. The pedal itself is only half the equation: the other half—and equally important—is the beater itself. Plenty of different beaters are available to go with your pedal of choice. Whether you're choosing a beater to go with your new pedal, replacing one that's worn out or just looking for a beater that will give your drum a different sound, the choice is yours. Options include varying flavors of the standard beater, cajon beaters for those specialty drums and hammer beaters that give you total control over striking position. Whatever your style of music, the right pedal with the right feel is as essential as the drum itself. From single to double, standard to hammer to cajon, there is the perfect beater and pedal combination for every drummer's needs. Choose the best pedal for the way you play and your sound will thank you for it.