Ue first opinion to the extent I use it only recently. That said as I had an Iron Cobra before I can tell you that the Pearl is much better: lighter, faster, with better return. Not to mention reliability at the moment I would dcerne flawless
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bloodsugar's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bass drum pedals upscale home pearl, version string.
The machine is simple, seems solid (not normally dception with this pearl ct, is assembled and silent.
The features are those of a bass drum pedals premium (no more, no less than other brands)
- SETTING THE angle Bat
- Obviously rglage spring
- Tightening the pedals dcentrbr /> - ct cahoutchouc interchangeable sole or metal (trs trs saw)
- Beat quad (2 form of felt, two types of plastic)
- Depth adjustment of the sole
- 4 interchangeable cams supplied with clean curves of each attack (though also seen)
The pleasant surprise -> book semi-rigid nylon briefcase -> Class.
Conventional use, say nothing.
Soft or hard depending on rglage the spring. Powerful and gentle after the game Contlable.
Impossible to not find his rglage with the possibility of can (especially thanks to four cams included)
In short, the good stuff, not too much in price I think (150 euros)
One note, however, the bat Quad pearl tends to blow the skins quickly (2 pinstripes have made the cost in hours)
I hope that is provided a classic round felt beater (which I also bought ct to directly replace the quad in pearl)
Finally, a good business tool.
The price is justified (at least in comparison to the concurrency)
Can not be of this type of stuff.
FYI, I had pasta between
- Pearl P100
- Pearl P120
- Janus 7500
- Pearl Eliminator P2000C and
the pearl is by far the best I could test (strength, silence, print quality overall)