JJE AIS since 15 December 2004.
Hi-hat pedals rotating double braced both feet.
Stable and very practical, because with its two rotating legs we can ask any o. It is not a problem with double pedals. Many rglages are available, but it remains a simple install and set up.
Touch the foot is pretty friendly, and trs prcis. It allows diffrent style games because you can rgler with a wheel the hardness of the spring. The heel on the pedals, the foot has a rubber strip which is below scratch. It can therefore be ter and "scratchquot; foot rug, for example, to avoid as it moves forward.
I test a few more feet, but infrieure end, it is the above the other models I had tests (MODL between 40 and 80).
We feel the quality and robustness. A vrifier time.
What is nice is that it comes with its carrying case that has a grip but no strap to carry on the shoulder. There is also a support cl drumkit: one can thus grip on the foot so as not to lose is a little more enjoyable though.
The manual is in Japanese and English. Yamaha should have provided a notice in French, especially for the price (about 160)
This is really walking the foot rolls from Yamaha, they have treated the finish, it is full of handy tricks
Qualitprix good value compared to the competitor.
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duchnoquer's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
J have this up for 6 months
I adore its accuracy. I like the fact that he is much bipod because cest tres handy for a double pedal configuration and even double bass drum, because his feet can fold into a small space. can therefore very easily clamp on a bass drum. It is very stable, flexible and easy of use. the materials are very good.
in terms of value for money, it's really good because the high-end EST and investment is more than justified daut cest essential. plus it IS NOT that expensive when you look at the prices of foot pole, yet much simpler and secondary schools.
with experience, I referrer that choice without problem, although I will test out a DW, history Detre fixed.
go for it
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pistonpistache's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
Bought it recently to replace an old tama entry level.
Already it's solid.
well I will not dwell too much on the advantage of a bipod, such room for the double or the inclination of the HH.
- Training with the lever is very precise and flexible, a revolution when you go from an antique
- The feet that can walk. Not only is it a bipod, but the more we can put the tabs as you want or you want, even completely on one side to fully pay the other!
- The sole long yamaha. 44/45 with my girl, it counts.
- Direct contact yet with the stem: the lever is not a mechanism that wacky lose the feel of cymbals. It slams the hihat foot very easily (nothing to do with charley to cable or Gibraltar which shifts)
- Spring adjustment simplissime
- It comes with a bag for lugging
- Less accurate / powerful as her boyfriend at tama (the iron cobra deluxe). I compared the two in store for me and even if the 25% increase over the Tama are not justified, I would advise the tama those playing with charley heavy. Not a pet of oscillation in the spring. Cons by the training is more complex and therefore we feel less his cymbals.
- Weight. The concession to fiabilté surely, but it's the weight of a dead donkey.
- The system that offers 1000 possibilities bipod is excellent, but damn complex. Kudos to whatever happens to fold in less than 10 minutes to 10 generations without curse the engineer who laid it. Really a headache. The best would be to dismantle the occasion with a clamp and shoo it all hang from a rack or other foot (maximum free space)
- It's hardly the most expensive in its class (153 € new to me bought in Paris), but it's still the stuff of luxury. Not recommended for the studios said several drummers, the settings are complex, I do not give him two months before a brutus metallers pieces by forcing a fart on the bipod.