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Yamaha KU100 Beaterless Silent Kick Pedal
- Velocity sensitive
- For quiet practice
- Compatible with any DTX module/M12
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KU100 Beaterless Silent Kick Unit for quiet play. Velocity sensitive. Compatible with any DTX module/M12.
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***Update 8/23/2016 - Unfortunately the KP65 that I had purchased began to crap out on me. It seemed like it was just hit or miss whether or not the trigger transmitted when it was hit...no matter what I tried. I contacted Yamaha customer service and spoke to someone (an American in California) who created a ticket with my info and told me someone would contact me for further instructions. Later I did receive a call but I was not able to take the call and a voice mail was left requesting a call back. I was not able to return the call until the next day. I called them back and they ran through the troubleshooting steps with me, which I had done everything except one thing already. They said to try that one thing (put the kick pad on a separate input to rule the inputs out on the brain) and then give them a call back/or email and they'd process a replacement right away. Unfortunately the tests showed that my unit was bad, but Yamaha shipped me one out and it arrived in perfect condition and is working flawlessly at this time. Yamaha's excellent customer service and warranty policy (1 year) has allowed me to retain this 5 star review in tact. Great job Yamaha! Other manufacturers should take note of your warranty policy and follow it as an example.
KP100 fixes all of the issues I had with the KP125W (noted below): I honestly can't believe how silent this thing is. To give you an idea, it sounds just about as noisy as (strongly) hitting any of the DTX pads I have (DTX XP100T and DTX XP100SD). Though I'd still strongly recommend having a rubber mat below it, specially if you have neighbors downstairs, as constantly stomping on the pedal still create a lot of vibrations that they can hear.
I had a KP125W and, while it wasn't very noisy, it still created enough noise in the lower-range to make my neighbors let me know that they did not appreciate me playing rock band. I had to put some noise-canceling foam all over it in an effor to reduce the noise, but that also made the bounce back a lot less effective (because the hammer was hitting the foam). I don't need to do any of that with the KP100!