I use them for a few months. I previously had T-drums, and pro DDrums redshot (a real shit these). What I like about these triggers is their operation, other brands could learn from this system. A small hammer is coupled to the drive of the bat the bass drum, which has the effect of putting it in contact with the trigger cell, therefore no double blow nor its parasite, so if you want to adjust the sensitivity maximum, no problem, handy if you play fast. The setting, however, will take a little longer than with a conventional trigger. The price of the sensor is expensive, yes, but well worth it! Choice I would definitely do it again!
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Hellmuth's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
This trigger is a great alternative to the Traditional sensors (ddrum, etc. ..) as it does not pick up vibrations on the skin, but the strike itself, via a small hammer just type on the sensor (the black box on the picture!) the need for much more bored with the vibrations parazites, especially in May need to dismantle any part in when you repeat it because the whole is secured to the pedal! operation level is top, all with the build quality AXIS!
However, small details:
- This sensor is only used as a pedal axis is screwed through the trunk of the pedal, has already drilled the plant (to be tinkering to fit on anything!)
- You have a pedal sensor, so with my double pedal I had to buy two, so good to play about € 88 thomann ca back to a little more than a good old DDRUM Pro, but it's worth !
- They sell it with a system to stop fixan at the home to play without bass drum bass drum (as pictured): I already beacoup go wrong with the system-say, in addition to my bats are not long enough, especially ca change requires a tilt of the bat so it loses its settings, which is bogus, then a review ...