Drum Workshop, Inc. DWCP9000 Single Bass Pedal w/Bag
- EZ Infinite Adjustable Cam
- Floating Swivel Spring
- Delta II Ball Bearing Hinge (U.S. Patent No. 5431081)
- Tri-Pivot Toe Clamp (U.S. Patent No. 8330032)
- Non-Skid Rubber Pad
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DW 9000 Series pedals offer drummers an unequaled combination of speed, feel and power. Since their inception, the 9000 Series Floating Rotor and Infinitely Adjustable Cam innovations have given players the flexibility and versatility to take their footwork to the next level. All 9000 and 9002 pedals feature the Tri-Pivot Toe Clamp System (U.S. Patent No. 8330032) and Non-Slip Rubber Grip Base Plate for increased stability and a stronger connection between you and your kick drum. The EZ Adjust Cam allows you to quickly switch from Accelerator to Turbo-style sprockets, or anywhere in between. Chosen by touring professionals around the world, DW 9000 Series pedals elevate professional pedal design and put a world of possibilities beneath your feet.
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The 9000 has a ton of adjustments. But the reason I got it was that I didn't see a nylon-strap version of the 5000 on Amazon. I'm not going to be playing death metal or anything so I don't need a chain, and thought the nylon strap might be more sensitive. I have no idea if it is, since I'm a beginner and I don't have the sensitivity yet, but I figure a kick drum pedal is something you want to buy just once, so why not do it right? I splurged on this and a Yamaha 850 hi-hat pedal/stand, and now I'll be going out to try drums listed used on Craigslist.
The 9000 is very sturdy and just kicks butt. I'm very happy with its quality and can't wait to play it on an actual drum rather than the cardboard box it came in ;)