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From the industry standard 5000 Series line of drum pedals to the advanced 9000 Series Floating Rotor models, DW has been known for ground-breaking a...Click To Read More About This Product
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From the industry standard 5000 Series line of drum pedals to the advanced 9000 Series Floating Rotor models, DW has been known for ground-breaking advancements in pedal technology. Experience the versatility of an adjustable chain- or strap-drive cam, with the power and throw of a fixed sprocket-less cam on a lightweight aluminum hex shaft. With striking polished-steel diamond base plate and sleek black components, the 8000 single drum pedal offers serious features and serious feel to satisfy even the most demanding pedal players.
- Adjustable chain- or strap-drive cam
- Fixed, sprocket-less cam on a lightweight aluminum hex shaft
- Polished-steel diamond base plate
- Sleek black components
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I'v had these pedals for almost a year, and practice three to four times a week from 2-6 hours. I play in a metal band and really put these things to work. I'v read a lot about how the springs break and bearings mess up. Well after almost a year these pedals still feel brand new. I haven't had one problem with these pedals. They have a great balance of speed and power. I would recomend the DW 8002's to anyone that wants a great working, sturdy, cheap for the quality, beautiful pedal. If you don't want to pay for as much for the Dw 9002 then these guys are the way to go.
I used to use the Cobra Jr. pedals when I started. They out lasted these easily. I actually had the 8002s but they seem to have taken them off here. I've had the DWs for literally 3 months. Two broken springs and a bad bearing already. I didn't even adjust anything that much to give it a reason to break so much. I kept the tension in the middle and always used the case to avoid dirt in the bearings. I had to Cobra Jrs for 3 years. They only had a bad connecting rod. The DWs have let me down. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
I purchased the DW8000 Double Pedals about 8 months ago. In that time, I have broke 2 springs, and my main bearing on my main pedal is going out. It locks up and will not rotate with the assembly. Requires CONSTANT maintanance. I will be trading these in on a set of demon drives. I'm done with D.W.
This pedal is awesome! Smoothest pedal I have played. Heel, toe is so much smoother here, no squeak at all, nice and smooth. Every drummers dream. SOLID.
I just recently bought this pedal. due to my other pedal that completley fell apart, on the day i was supposed to play my gig. So i got this pedal this pedal by far tops my other pedal i had. Good pedal, and plan on keeping it for a long time.
Went from the DW 5000 to this 8000....wow.... faster and smoother than I expected a little pricey but good stuff is...you won't be dissapointed!!!!
I spent most of my life with either a Speed King or whatever was lying around (during my punk rock years). When I finally settled in on being a committed drummer (and got a job) I thought this was a pretty good value. Granted, I bought this pedal back in 2000 when it was called the 7000, but it's endured tours, numerous bands and it handles just fine. I personally prefer this to the response of the Iron Cobra but hey, to each their own.