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escape68escape68

DW Drums 9000Published on 04/23/05 at 02:23
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I bought this pedal in March 2005.
The reason that pushed me to buy the DW9000 is very simple: There is currently no equivalent is really top notch. Before I owned a Pearl Eliminator Cam I was using with his red (most éxentrée) at the beginning she was fine but has aged very badly. After 3 to 4 months it became Ascending popping and plastic cam is too gadjet.
DW 9000 égualement possesses an adjustable cam system and metal all over it là.De this pedal is adjustable to optimize his game up
Another plus: his strength ......
Price level, if you calculate in the long term buy there.
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chuckadonfchuckadonf

DW Drums 9000Published on 05/17/05 at 01:49
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This is great pedals that I have acqurir.
I bought in the United States mail and even when it is much cheaper despite the shipping ....
I recommend, before all the other pedals ....
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flav-le-musicalflav-le-musical

A killing!

DW Drums 9000Published on 06/14/11 at 15:17
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Top. Everything else is below. This is the fastest, most powerful, most Ractive, the most sensitive, the strongest, most CHRE! ^ ^ Apart from those made with the NASA matrial (which are really more Chres forcment and not better). It is like a clutch of brand new car, a real DLIC!
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crysen1crysen1

The ultimate!

DW Drums 9000Published on 06/18/11 at 05:13
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I use it for a little over three years and I do not change it for anything.

I tried some prs everything is done in high-end but the DW 9000 is well above the lot: subtle, fine, Ractive, powerful when needed, prcise, fast solid, with a good double chain drive. Many are a bit rglages Drout. So, I kept the original rglages that suit me perfectly. A Sonor Designer 18 ", a good jazz sound intelligent.

It's expensive, sure, but it's so good! …
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I use it for a little over three years and I do not change it for anything.

I tried some prs everything is done in high-end but the DW 9000 is well above the lot: subtle, fine, Ractive, powerful when needed, prcise, fast solid, with a good double chain drive. Many are a bit rglages Drout. So, I kept the original rglages that suit me perfectly. A Sonor Designer 18 ", a good jazz sound intelligent.

It's expensive, sure, but it's so good!
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  • Manufacturer: DW Drums
  • Model: 9000
  • Category: Single Bass Drum Pedals
  • Added in our database on: 09/13/2006

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