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Pintech K-3 Ergokik Kick Trigger with Inverted Beater
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The compact Pintech K-3 ErgoKik Kick Trigger is designed for both single and double beater pedals. The Ergokik boasts one-piece aluminum construction...Read More
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Versatile and ruggedly built.
The compact Pintech K-3 ErgoKik Kick Trigger is designed for both single and double beater pedals. The Ergokik boasts one-piece aluminum construction and a fluted pedal attachment plate makes the K-3 kick trigger one of the most durable on the market. Pintech supplies the K-3 kick trigger with an inverted wood beater. The trigger requires a bass drum pedal with a stabilizer plate (not included). Pintech includes an exclusive lifetime warranty with the K-3 Ergokik Kick Trigger.
- For both single and double beater pedals
- Incredibly durable one-piece aluminum construction
- includes inverted wood beater
- Requires a bass drum pedal with a stabilizer plate (not included)
Takes a licking and keeps on kicking! Order today.
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Tt does have to be hit hard, I tried it with my DM5 and it doesn't pick up half the beats when played by itself...and even less than half when playing other drums with it. But I guess for the price, I really shouldn't complain but I really would like to play my drums again soon.
Some people say you have to hit it hard... well, playing live with acoustics, guess what? Yeah, so in that sense it's a great trainer. Super solid, disgustingly compact, no creeping, no wobbles. I've had it over a year now, and did notice a flaw, a major flaw, but an easily dealt with problem. The pedal clamps directly to the housing, and the whole housing really is a trigger. So, my when my pedal returned to ready position, and when my foot came back from being airborne to strike again, vibrations traveled through the pedal clamp into the housing/trigger sometimes causing false strikes. Solved on my first try. Taking a rectangle of 1/2" thick felt (automotive engine-compartment sound dampening material) I folded it around the top and bottom of the clamp surface, insulating it from the pedal's clamp. Problem solved, I love it. I don't see upgrading it any time soon, nothing's as compact as this one. (Though, many are a lot more expensive.) It's a keeper. It's so tough I never have to hold back. When aliens come to dig up our ruined civilization, they'll find this trigger unit, and it'll still work. =)
This unit is Great for Training...as Stated above and below..You must Hit it w/ Full contact or it may miss...so for all You E_Drummers that falter from strong steady double or single strokes This Kick will HELP solve that in No time.. For What it is IT WORKS
Easy setup and it gets the job done, but it's a very noisy trigger. It's irritating to hear that thing clunking away when the rest of my Pintech gear is so wonderfully quiet. The Ergokik is a good place to start, but I suspect most folks will quickly want to trade up to a non-inverted, mesh-head kick trigger.
Bought the unit to replace old bass drum unit to old Yamaha Dxpress unit I use strictly to practice. There's kinda a delay reaction or it does not sound at all. Very frustrating which may or may not be a Pintech problem. Sent unit back. May work good with other units like Roland.
First of all, This product is unbreakable.High Quality parts. However, hitting it with a bass pedal is like hitting steel, and can give you ankle pains. Also when used with a Roland.