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Single Bass Drum Pedal from Meinl .

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The Meinl FX Pedal features 10 sounds in an oak and steel foot-controlled box.

The Meinl FX Pedal features 10 different sound options that you can add to your beat, by cycling through the effects with a touch of the toe button.

Features

  • Microprocessor controls
  • 10 different sound options
  • Sound select button
  • Stereo/Mono output
  • Made in Germany by Shadow

Meinl fx pedal back

Materials

Oak (Quercus (robur) pedunculata) and steel box

Sounds

0 - Kick Bass
1 - Cyber Kick
2 - Tribal Bass
3 - Straight Tambourine
4 - Double Tambourine
5 – Clave
6 - Hand Clap
7 - Dry Cowbell
8 - Straight Cabasa
9 - Double Cabasa

Includes

  • Velcro with spikes
  • International power converter

 

For more details, visit Meinl.

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