Yamaha KP65 Electronic Kick Tower for DTXtreme IIS Kits  

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The KP65 kick tower has already proven to be a reliable, natural-feeling kick trigger. The large striking surface "gives" like an acoustic bass drum head and the KP65 will accommodate a double pedal.


 
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YamahaKP65 Electronic Kick Tower for DTXtreme IIS Kits
 
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4.0

Adjustable and reliable

By Gordon Roberts

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  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality

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      Comments about Yamaha KP65 Electronic Kick Tower for DTXtreme IIS Kits:

      This drum pedal works. I purchased it to replace the worn out Simmons pad on a drum kit used by a junior high school. This thing is far more durable than the Simmons, and has a volume knob built in that makes it very flexible. After 2 years, it shows virtually no signs of wear. A previous reviewer complained about trigger speed when using a double pedal. Frankly, if you can get a double pedal to fit on this softball-sized drum pad, you're already a better man than I. For the average, one bass pedal student or hobbyist, this thing performs very well.

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      Slow trigger response!

      By James Whitehouse

      from Ladson SC.

      Comments about Yamaha KP65 Electronic Kick Tower for DTXtreme IIS Kits:

      The kick pad can't keep up with your feet. If you are using a double peddle on this product. You will not hear your base drum fills. I can make this kick pad sound like a CD skipping. The faster your feet the worse it sounds.You will be dissapointed if you enjoy playing double bass. This is why they show a better kick pad on newer models.

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