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Pulse Pro Single Kick Pedal
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A super fast and smooth chain-drive pedal. Features great adjustable action, hard or felt beater surface, steel floor plate for stability, and roller...Click To Read More About This Product
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A super fast and smooth chain-drive pedal. Features great adjustable action, hard or felt beater surface, steel floor plate for stability, and roller bearing spring attachment assembly for smooth action. Non-marring hoop attachment.
- Chain drive
- Adjustable action
- Steel floor plate for stability
- Roller bearing spring attachment assembly for smooth action
- Non-marring bass hoop attachment
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Most Liked Positive Review
Here's the one feature to look for in ANY kick pedal: ADJUSTABILITY. This pedal has it. Maybe not every feature ever invented, but it's got the ones that count most for me....Read complete review
Here's the one feature to look for in ANY kick pedal: ADJUSTABILITY. This pedal has it. Maybe not every feature ever invented, but it's got the ones that count most for me. Particularly, the ability to adjust the height of the toe pedal VERSUS the distance of the beater to the drum. As in: do you want your toe to go really low/far before the beater hits? or do you want fast, tight action so that the stroke happens while your toe is still higher up? You can adjust smoothly between either extreme on this pedal. It becomes obvious when you see it. I made that adjustment on these, after tossing my old crap (CB drums factory stock) pedals, and INSTANTLY had better coordination in my feet, just by the feel. Forget extra tools, all the adjustments are made with a drum key. Also, velcro on the bottom plus floor spikes---use on carpet and this thing STAYS PUT! Plus the hoop clamp is rubber padded with a hinged claw to fit whatever hoop you have. Solid dual chain action, serious heavy duty construction. And the cherry on top: each one comes with an extra drum key with a little holder for it on the pedal!!! All for this price?
Most Liked Negative Review
this pedal was good for 6 months
I have had this pedal for about a year now. (the double version) and i liked it a lot. for the first 6 months i was doing great with them. 16th and...Read complete review
I have had this pedal for about a year now. (the double version) and i liked it a lot. for the first 6 months i was doing great with them. 16th and 32nd beat rolls were a peice of cake. i could play metallica's st.anger perfectly. after month 6 they started to loosen and the tension springs gave a little, so i tightened them, now the pedal is to firm. the slave pedal is not at the same hight as the the other one. no matter how much i tweak and change, nothing happens. i am planning on buying a practice pad and using them to practice and get either pearl eliminators or axis longboards. all in all these pedals are good for beginers and intermediate players but if you want something to stand up to the test of time and playing, these are not them. good luck with your choice, and accpect what you pay for with these pedals.
Reviewed by 93 customers
I bought this pedal and i was pretty slow at it, but then i started practicing a lot and i can play so fast now, it even sounds like a double base when i play really fast. This pedal is better and smoother than the iron cobra power glide, i know b/c i tried it at my local music store. ASWOME price! ***** Pedal(5 stars)
I've had this pedal for almost 2 years now. You get what you paid for with this pedal. It is cheaply made and will not last very long. It started to wobble a lot, and some of the parts got loose and lost the setting i had it on, making it very odd to play. If you want something that will sound good and last a while i would not recommend this pedal, but it would be a good back up pedal.
This pedal is awsome i got to replace the terrible pedal on my old ludwig kit and its awsome. don't let the price fool you this is a top quality pedal.
VERY pleased with pedal so far. Really smooth and responsive, whether playing flat-footed or heel up. Had a couple problems with slippage early on, but cranked the set screws down a little tighter, than I normally would with most items, and have had no problems since. This pedal is one heck of a bargain!
I bought one of these pedals back in October. I think that it is an excellent pedal for the price. It is very durable and allows you get those quick double base sounds with only one pedal. However, I did recently have to send mine back due to one of the adj. screws stripping out.
This is such an amazing pedal. It was a great upgrade for me when i started to get better. it has amzing speed for me i can finally play blink 182- damn it.BUY this PEDAL!!!!!!!!
I've heard about this pedal alot of times and decided to try it and it did not break my bank which I love but it's not made for metal music I would recommend gibraltar intruder and avenger for metal playing or axis, trick, or pearl demon drive for metal music, don't expect great things from this pedal.
I have owned this pedal since the Spring of 05 and have played since 1977. At first glance I thought this pedal was great for the price. It had all the features of pedals that cost 10x more. However I kept getting slippage issues from the beginning. The cam / beater would constantly work loose from the shaft. I would have to tighten it up after every song, just to keep it from slipping loose completely while playing. That happened to me several times durings gigs. Not cool. Then the tightning screw stripped out the cheap pot-metal cam (no doubt due to all the tightening). Bad Product, you get what you pay for. BTW - I do not abuse my equip. - been playing for 30 yrs. and I have owned great pedals before - DW 5000, Pearl, Tama, and Ludwig. I know what I'm talking about.
I've played with these(I have two) pedals for a little over two years now. They are amazingly adjustable and "fly" in the way of speed. No problem doing 16th bass rolls or even 32nd notes with some practice. The ONLY down side is their dependability. I would never trust these pedals at a show. Since I've owned them, I've gone through 5 of them. Now I use Axis Longboards.
This pedal is so amazing. I saw it online here and read the reviews and figured for the price I might as well buy it, but it turned out to be one gnarly pedal. I would highly recommend it to people. The only thing you need to do is tweek the chain alittle and you're good to go.
Please click somewhere else, my pedal broke in less than 30 days, and I am a beginner! If I were you do not buy this product! Spend a little more and you'll save a lot of headache.
I owned it about two months ago and I had it for about a year. Great pedal for the price! I actually got a gibralter double- bass pedal and even though it was more money, the single bass feels the same as this pulse pedal. GREAT PRODUCT.
Once I took it out of the box this thing was my friend. The response on it is outstanding. It comes with a drums key which is useful and the beater is very good. The assembly is a cinch. If you own any other set other than a pearl, the hardware is not great. Overall amazing.
this pedal is a beast..... the beater is great in my mind and it muffles the sound of the bass sound.... no more duct tape!!!! its a ton better than my old one
This pedal I have to say is very nice!! The response is very good and makes your bass sound louder and better!! There's ALOT of adjustments you can do to this thing. I mostly play alternative rock and works perfect for me. I'm thinking about getting a slave pedal for this though, since it sounds so good.
This pedal blows away the other budget pedals I have seen. Pulse has constructed a very solid pedal. I find the pedal to be responsive enough to accommodate all styles of playing where only a single pedal is needed. If you want a quality product but don't have the money to buy the higher end gear, this pedal should be seriously considered.
I broke my old pedal a few days before one of our band practices, so I had to get a new one ASAP and didn't have a whole lot to spend on it. I got this pedal and I'm very glad I didn't spend more. This has a smooth action and fits great. I can quickly get multiple hits in one beat with this pedal. It's help up just fine with my hardcore banging. I also use it in recording because it has virtually no sound. In other words, it's a bad ass sledgehammer, go for it.
What's the difference between this pedal and a Pearl? Well, this is probably built better and costs less than half as much. I can't even find a used pedal in town at this price! I was wary because Pulse is best known for "beginner" hardware, but they are starting to make some great pro-quality stuff too.
When I first bought this pedal several months ago, I thought it was pretty good. Of course, I only played with a crappy Pearl one that came with a set. This pedal is pretty much worth the 30 dollars you pay. But, I have tried out a DW-5000 and an Iron Cobra, and they are both so much better. You can't do any crazy stuff with this pedal. You will have much more fun with other pedals. My advice is to save up your money and get the DW-5000 or the Iron Cobra. Don't waste your time with this pedal.
The pedal was nice for about the first 5 months, it has a good spring and great reaction. The only problem I had was one of the screws stripping out.