Single-post casting allows for pedals to be played independently or simultaneously.
This DWCP3002 Double Kick Drum Pedal is packed with features like dual-chain turbo drive, bearing spring rocker assembly, 101 2-way beater, and heavy-duty all metal construction, with a price tag that's in reach for more drummers. DW believes that well made pedals shouldn't just be for the pros, but that they should be for all drummers.
101 2-way beaters
Industry-standard reversible beaters, with high-impact plastic and felt surfaces to cover a range of musical applications.
Dual-chain turbo drives
Chain-and-sprocket design with offset cams for quick response.
DW's double pedal design provides ease of movement between the pedal and hi-hat, which allows the pedals to be played independently or simultaneously.
Steel base plates
Provide a sturdy foundation and insures nonskid play on carpet and other flooring surfaces via adjustable spikes and Velcro®.
Dual adjustable toe clamp
The dual adjustable toe clamp ensures the pedal and drum stay connected. Convenient clip with drum key also included.
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- Dual-chain Turbo drives
- Bearing spring rocker assembly
- 101 2-way beaters
- Heavy-duty all metal construction
- Single-post casting
- Steel base plates
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Comments about DW 3000 Series Double Kick Drum Pedal:
This is an average pedal for a beggining drummer. The double chain adds a lot of stability to the pedal, which is much better than feeling it wobble around with some single chain pedals. The double chain does feel a bit heavier though. This pedal as a whole is fairly heavy feeling, but I think that's good for starting drummers so that muscles can build up. There aren't a whole lot of adjustments to be made on this pedal either, which really makes you just put it on and play. If you're a more experienced drummer and just need a replacement pedal for one that has broken, this is a very good and cheap solution. I did come to find that after a while, the slave pedal would start squeaking. Some oil (NOT WD40!!) usually helped the squeak a lot though.