Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal
Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal

Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal, Double Bass Drum Pedal from Pearl.

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Average Score:4.3( 4.3/5 based on 7 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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DubiousDubs's review"For the price of a drum set, I had to pass on this"

Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal

In the market for a new double bass drum pedal i borrowed my buddies’ Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal. This pedal is no beginner pedal, it is expensive and is meant to be used incombination with a skilled drummer who knows what he or she is looking for in a set and wants to get something that fits to his or her needs. This pedal is for turning a single kick drum into a double setup, easily without having the burdon of a second kick drum and needing to tune them perfectly.
I have found that this pedal fits those rockers who are deep into metal and fusion alike. The precision of this double kick really comes into play when doing triplets on kick or fast paced doubles. This pedal feels great on the feet, and allows a ton of customization of feel, to zero in on a specific kind of force feedback required and demanded by the owner. The pedal is smooth beyond a doubt, and this is great for session work. I really liked the bearings as they were silent and supposedly never need oiling. Maintenance to a greater degree is nothing to worry about with this setup, i can see in the last 5 years the drum pedal has come a long way. Iron cobra days are over. If you have the money to shell out about 600 dollars or so, I would get this double kick and never look back. The ease of use and maintenance free life of use will make up the costs if you plan on using this thing for 5 years or so. And that should be no problem, because with the technology behind this pedal, I don’t see a need to upgrade anytime soon. Then again, for the price of this pedal one can get a PDP drum set or a nice guitar. I mean it really is a selective purchase that comes down to a few small decisions: 1. having the nicest best pedal is a must, and 2. crazy technology savy user who can make use of a double kick in a majority of percussions. I am neither of those two so I opted to return the kick to my friend and purchase a cheaper DW double kick which was well below half the price of this one and suits my needs beyond the call.

moosers's review

Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal
The Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal is a top tier double bass pedal for use with your drum kit. Obviously, a pedal like this is in place of actually having two separate bass drums. I’m not an expert when it comes to drum gear like this, but did recently get to try out this double kick pedal and was really impressed. First off, the sound possible with this is incredible as it beats nice and hard and is perfect for hard rock and metal. The feel of it is definitely the best part, as I’ve never felt a better feeling double bass drum pedal. It really makes it as easy as possible to control each of the pedals individually. A drummer recently brought this in on a session that I was working and I was lucky enough to get to try it out after the session was done. Of course I wasn’t able to make it sound quite as good as the professional session drummer who was using it, but could instantly tell how smooth the pedal was. He was using the Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal along with a Pearl kit as well, although I’m not sure if this makes any difference at all and wouldn’t think it would. The price of the Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal definitely isn’t cheap as you could get a super cheap drum kit for the price of this pedal. It’s definitely intended for professionals who are going to be using a double kick pedal on a consistent basis. I don’t know if they make them better than the Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal but if they do I’d be seriously impressed. I’d probably shy away from this because of the price unless you’re a very experienced or professional drummer with a top tier kit already…

MapleNoise's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Patience ... but Reward!"

Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal
How long have you been using?

I use it for 2 years now

Did you try many other models before buying it?

I tested the Tama Iron Cobra, and a lot of DW

What is so special that you like most and least?

I must say things as they are, while drummer can find his account in this pedal. Settings are infinite is also its only weak point with its price. It took me 2/3mois before finding the ideal setting (bat angle, long or small sole, and so on ...). But I am now very happy and my only increase performance and make new technique provides you with this pedal.

I would do this choice without any doubt, after 2 years no play no friction is felt! This pedal is an extension of your feet so that the wand is an extension of your arm!

karmanu's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Do not buy"

Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal
I had these pedals for a while before reselling trs acqurir quickly to new MAPEX FALCON I highly recommend (see my review elsewhere)
Well I would say they are certainly beautiful and attractive as such a pretty girl but too lgres PEARL! !
I prfre largely my Strong and Fidler MAPEX ah ah! !
Besides this advantage PEARL glory which to them seem important but I think just the opposite! !
Because of a (the lgeret so) it seems not to have any impact rel and false bottom of the box is all rponse FBRIL and shy! !
Eggs so ho hum! MAPEX Viva! !
PS: I wanted that I was working prciser not MAPEX and I slap on a Sonor Delite and CC Pearl Chad Smith and others (also old TAMA)

Netsuo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Just perfection"

Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal
- How long have I use this double pedal: the past two weeks, and it's just bluffing. It's simple, I have never been so fast and accurate while retaining ultimate control.

- I tried almost all models that the store had in demo, and this is the one I chose without hesitation (or almost, between it and the axis). And before I buy a Pearl P-902 ... all say they do not play in the same class!

- What I like most: to be able to do VERY exactly the pedal as you want and this little-drummer matter what you are. The pedal is at one with your foot at all.

- What I like least: Its price, which like its cousin the axis, is shameful! luckily I had occas' ...

- Value for money: Excellent anyway, in my opinion it is a pedal which is easily 500 €.

- With the experience I would do it without hesitating one second choice.


safti's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal
I borrowed a friend at a concert

Systm is the direct trs trs effectively gives a good sensitivity at the foot of the many rglage trs are a great ease to implement, absolutely no making head is the sole enjoyable (inhale heavily MODEL dw for the smooth part), but Pearl has a flu-like version of the Iron Cobra is the only advance tural compared to other pedals, each batsman (without exception) will find the touch of its own (either smooth or claw.
ninja bearings equivalent to the indoor spring (dw 9002), there is certainly a diffrence with the iron cobra and liminatores 2000 but none with a SERIES of 9000 in dw, however, all rolled into Oil mcanique no noise and incredible flexibility (normal for all high-end pedals)

the bat I can SERIES jug because it had the wooden bat, these are real torpedo dernire think being protected skin of the bass drum.

The DUO-DECKLONGBOARD (Systm can instantly go from week short week long) is my only got the crazy compltement deprecated brand AXIS will be srement be s duced by this option. I do not see at all intrt. I must admit that just test plate long, my ide Premire of silent re-sole short, I do not understand what really brings this principle. The CLIK-LOOK quivaut ring in memory of the 9000 SERIES no diffrence.
The join type is Z-LINHK trs effective, however I did not feel the diffrence with the dial in dw (the dials have gone up Lorqui I play so there are fewer games than forcment if there are IDPD)

The direct-link-like team that PowerShift other pedals of the brand, effective, of course, but the resort's indoor SETTING THE SERIES 9000 on the mini is so that nitric Sometimes finding the perfect $ rglage the relationship between flexibility and bat back, plus a precision tural. (This of course, more time)

The only thing that is ngative price, more about that dw CHRE SERIES 9000, I find that absolutely abuse and never justified. (Except a few that I dtails sduit not, I wonder what it is used, there is no, can see the diffrence trs touch SERIES 9000 and pearl-daemon DRIVR 3000) Pearl does make us believe in quality by asking a high price but do not deceive, try in stores before you buy (the 9000 amply sufficient for the vast majority of our drummer) of this I-drive has a new sole, a futuristic look, only the fan may be Axix will be interested by the MODEL, as lgrement nearest)

In short trs good pedals, but there are equally MODELS, CHRE least that's why the note is affected svrement. No I will not choose to change or be replaced for my 9000 SERIES P3000 because I barely noticed a diffrence though it is a quality of pedals that will, I think, for many years.

1138-clem's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive Bass Drum Pedal
How long have you use it?
I have had the opportunity to test that the Bag 'Paris. My review is pending more than a user rgulier.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
This PDAL rpond the finger and the eye (requires Direct Drive). It is powerful as any less "heavy" than Iron Cobra, super smooth and just MA-GNI-FI-QUE. It has a number of rglages quite impressive.

Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
The dernire DFP9500 Yamaha. Excellent. Actually, I have to re-compare before choosing the two seems to rev well made, and I wonder if the extra price of Pearl, perhaps d and the number of rglages the quality of guidagen rotating REALLY worth the trouble ...

How do you report qualitprix?
I will say plutt good pedals for a competitor that wants to Trick and Axis.

Exprience with, you will do again this choice? ...
Well we'll see ...