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Rock-steady action with unbeatable adjustability.
The DW 7002PT Double Bass Drum Pedal offers increased stability with the upgraded double-chain turbo (centered cam) drive systems. The slotted stroke adjustment allows infinite beater angle adjustment and the ball-bearing rocker reduces friction. The dual adjustable toe clamp can be fine-tuned for any bass drum counter-hoop width. Includes a 2-way 101 beater.
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Most Liked Positive Review
Very Good Pedal
The DW 7002 Double Bass pedal is amazing! I got it for my sixteenth birthday, and it's the best pedal I've ever used. Previously, I had whatever pearl pedal came with my Forum...Read complete review
The DW 7002 Double Bass pedal is amazing! I got it for my sixteenth birthday, and it's the best pedal I've ever used. Previously, I had whatever pearl pedal came with my Forum five-piece set, but I have also tried many others on various sets to find a pedal that worked. I settled on this one for the price and bought it. It is very smooth and adjustable, and it also cleans well for those of you who, like me, don't like when your pedal gets gunk on it. The only thing is that the slave pedal does not have a plate whereas the other does. This makes the slave pedal slightly "flimsier" but I've never had a problem with it. The only other thing is that at first the screw things that hold the pedals together pop out, but if you tighten them a few times they will stick. That being the case I wouldn't take it on a tour until you'd broken it in but for home play it rocks. I recommend this pedal very highly and would buy it again!
Most Liked Negative Review
Not a great feel
The features, quality, value, and initial experience of playing the pedal were great, that's why I bought it. (this was 3 years ago, so my pedal is actually the previous version,...Read complete review
The features, quality, value, and initial experience of playing the pedal were great, that's why I bought it. (this was 3 years ago, so my pedal is actually the previous version, mostly the same except for the single-sided left side bracket) After a while, the feel started to irritate me- the stock beater heads are plenty heavy which was great at first but come back too far even on the pedals strongest spring setting. Even after replacing the beaters with lighter Iron Cobras, the pedal just felt, well, slow.Also, during the first gig, the main beater flew out because the keynut that held it in loosened after 5 minutes of playing. Future gigs saw me tightening it to within an inch of its life. The keynut that held the driveline to the main beater frame was next: It was lost during a gig and never found.Basically, make sure you dig the feel, and try not to play it fast and hard. It doesn't get along with psychobilly, and now I'm dreaming of an Iron Cobra.
Reviewed by 162 customers
ive been professionally drumming for 2 years now and ive used every pedal out there and i can tell u from experience this pedal gets the best hit, the best sound, the best speed, the best durability, and the best use out of all the other pedals i have used this thing is faster than the iron cobra and the demon drive and the track long boards too these pedals are amazing and they are practically a still for the price they are going for don't look at any other pedals just buy these their the best.
I've had this pedal for about a year and a half, and so far it hasn't let me down (I'm not a heavy hitter). Nothing has broke on it and it's really smooth. Just sometimes usually every Friday I gotta tighten up my left pedal because it gets a little slow. But other than that I've played 3 shows with em and they have yet to fail me. Good Pedal for what its worth.
Very nice, sturdy pedal. Good construction and very fast when you need it to be. I only wish it came with a case.
ive had this pedal for maybe a year and its a good pedal but the more and more i play other pedals, the more i want to get rid of this thing. this pedal has alot of drag and its really annoying. you cant do anny fast blasts or annything. im currently saving for the dw 9002 so i can actualy get some speed. on the other hand this is a great beginners pedal. i would recomend this to annyone who wants to get their first double pedal. its great if you want to lead p to getting a new pedal.
I've owned this pedal for at least 4 years now. I am very hard hitter, and I play a lot. This pedal for the money, cannot be beat. DW has done a great job in offering a lot of pedal, for a minimal price. There are several adjustments that allow for a customized set-up, as well as durable, high quality moving parts. I have played for years, and have the luxury to afford any gear that I choose. I choose the 7000. While the higher priced pedals are nice, they are just too much money. You'll get everything you need with the 7000.
Don't let the DW name fool you. These pedals are horrible! I've had them for about a year and a half now and they worked fine when I first got them but within less than a year the spring broke off twice (once in the middle of a huge gig), I had to replace it. The left pedal is nowhere near as responsive as the right pedal now. And last month the screw connecting the chain to the right pedal broke in half, I had to replace that too. These pedals are pathetic. Believe it or not, my old PDP pedals were better. Stay away from these pedals, they are not worth your money.
So umm....got this thng a bit ago....it wasn't what I was expecting. All the rave of DW was like "I'm totally stoked for this!" but sadly, it fails...The pedal is hard to adjust, it keeps getting really loose, left pedal falls off, heads wabble way too much(It hits me in the foot...and that really sucks) and the head adjusters slide up and down which get's really annoying...So umm...wouldn't really get this thing if I were you. I'm actually planning on getting a Gibralter Intruder which has a direct drive. Hopefully it's not just a pedal conspiracy against little old me.
I got this pedal for my birthday, I play all types of music and in no way am I a heavy hitter. it plays great and has great response. HOWEVER... within the first 4 months i had this pedal, it broke in every way (mallets springs tension rods, chains, ect) it was horrible. i now have a 100 dollar single pedal it plays like heaven.
I've been playing DW pedals since the early 90's, and they never disappoint. Whether single, double, 5,7,9 series it's definitely money well spent. Like any piece of machinery they need periodic maintenance. Squeaks, creaks and slop always develop over time, just keep 'em clean, adjusted and lubricated(with 3-in-1 oil not WD40) and it'll last forever.
ive had mine for about a year and im definitely pleased. The only only problem i had was the main pedal got stuck but in a matter of days it was fixed(on its own). The beaters are a little heavy but after about a week you wont notice. I highly recommend them!