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Single Bass Drum Pedal from Mapex belonging to the Falcon series

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Mapex announced a new drum pedal to be presented at this year's NAMM show.

The Falcon’s hollow inox steel driveshaft is designed to offer strength without adding unwanted drag or excess weight. This supposedly increases the smooth operation of the pedal and gives Falcon a smooth feel. By allowing the torque-free spring mechanism to move independently the Falcon’s stroke and recoil motions are designed to be smooth and feel more natural to the foot.

The Falcon’s Talon clamp adjustment can be tightened with one hand from a seated position, making setup quick and easy, even in the tightest spaces.

The Falcon’s Talon bass drum hoop clamp features locking claws that move independently from the pedal frame. Even if the bass drum is pitched at a severe angle, the pedal remains flat to the floor and securely clamped to the drum for the utmost comfort and security, the company says.

Pricing & Availability
The MSRP for the Falcon Single Pedal is $329.00 The Falcon Double Pedal carries an MSRP of $649.00. Both will be introduced to dealers at the 2010 Winter NAMM show and will be available by January 31, 2010.

For more information, visit www.mapexdrums.com.
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