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Tama Iron Cobra HH805
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Single Bass Drum Pedal from Tama belonging to the Iron Cobra series.

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  • joetheflyjoethefly

    Tama Iron Cobra HH805Published on 01/21/06 at 03:05
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    J or reused to walk for some months. it is really the sole practice goes back against the foot and not moving much better now for transportation. it is very stable base for a double under the sole there is a small foot which stabilizes towards the front. sensation level is not too strong but flexible enough to walk. it is quite expensive but the quality is required.
  • SparkSpark

    Super Foot!

    Tama Iron Cobra HH805Published on 05/28/10 at 12:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For how long have you been using it?I use this foot for 2weeks now and I can tell you that it is perfect.Did you try many other models before getting this one?Yes, I tried the TAMA HH905, it is more flexible and accurate but maybe too much so for "pointed" playing (with pronounced "cheek"-sound), and the HH75w which has a very good value for money.What thing do you like most/least about it?I love the silence produced by the action of HiHat, and the beauty of the hardware, a feast for the eyes. It is very accurate for me to play Pop / Rock (see Rock pushed well) however, the pedal is a bit heavy (a bit) so it should hopefully you have a minimum of force in the leg and foot .What is your…
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    For how long have you been using it?I use this foot for 2weeks now and I can tell you that it is perfect.Did you try many other models before getting this one?Yes, I tried the TAMA HH905, it is more flexible and accurate but maybe too much so for "pointed" playing (with pronounced "cheek"-sound), and the HH75w which has a very good value for money.What thing do you like most/least about it?I love the silence produced by the action of HiHat, and the beauty of the hardware, a feast for the eyes. It is very accurate for me to play Pop / Rock (see Rock pushed well) however, the pedal is a bit heavy (a bit) so it should hopefully you have a minimum of force in the leg and foot .What is your opinion about the value for the price?Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?The quality / price ratio is very good, it's pure quality. TAMA is a very good brand of hardware and I intend to keep my foot for long.I would do without hesitation that choice there.
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