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  1. #smangitdrums

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    Default Show Us Your Modified Drum Pedals!

    I don't know if there's a thread on this one, but I'll give it a shot (because the "search" function DOESN'T work on my laptop).

    If you have a single and/or double pedal that has been modified to look and/or perform better than it did stock, show it off! This includes different parts, such as beaters, cam drives, bass plates, springs, etc.

    This also includes custom footboards, if you can.

    Here's mine:

    Gibraltar Avenger II Double Kick

    Modifications:
    - Bass plate on main pedal
    - Reworked double chains
    - New springs


  2. - Verisäkeet -

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    Not mine, Tama camco with IC beaters and convertion to Belt + Bass plate added.





  3. I <3 Ludwigs.

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    um, mine just have some paint worn off.

  4. The Black Knight

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    I recently recieved a pair of P-1002 pedals that needed major work. After rebuilding them with parts from 2x P-120P's, Ludwig, and Gibraltar, I now have an ugly set of pedals that actually blow my Iron Cobra's away. These are FAST pedals.

    SPECS

    P-1002 parts:
    -Base Plates, Frames, Springs, Bearings

    P-120P parts:
    Boards, Chains, Sprockets, Beater/Sprocket Shafts

    Ludwig Driveshaft

    Gibraltar Beaters
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    My Black on Black Double Bass Kit

    Pearl Export Black-on-Black Battallion

  5. peace & love

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    I have an old single chain DW5000 that I've put new double chain 5000 parts on it and Pearl accesories.

  6. Satan lives within

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaisteLover
    I recently recieved a pair of P-1002 pedals that needed major work. After rebuilding them with parts from 2x P-120P's, Ludwig, and Gibraltar, I now have an ugly set of pedals that actually blow my Iron Cobra's away. These are FAST pedals.

    SPECS

    P-1002 parts:
    -Base Plates, Frames, Springs, Bearings

    P-120P parts:
    Boards, Chains, Sprockets, Beater/Sprocket Shafts

    Ludwig Driveshaft

    Gibraltar Beaters
    Wow, you barely tap the bass head. The beaters look about 1" from the head...

  7. Brick Tamland

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    What do I win?

    No, jk. I didn't make these, very very cool none-the-less.

    EDIT: This is pic would not go into the attachment. Here it is!
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    I love when my cymbals talk dirty to me.
    Tama Swingstar
    My Ocean Sparkle Kit
    My Ebay
    Currently After: 8x7, 16x13, & 20x18 MMX Ocean Sparkle w/ Satin Hardware - Please PM if you found some!!

  8. #smangitdrums

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    Quote Originally Posted by THSdrummer
    What do I win?

    No, jk. I didn't make these, very very cool none-the-less.
    Very nice! It'd be pretty cool if Pearl made these.

  9. Registered User

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    Here is my Pearl P100TWL slave pedal, these pedals have been mod'ed with new springs, gripper soft foam foot plate pads, & the slave pedal has a toe clamp w/pearl HUGE SPURS UPGRADE so its sturdy.

    Not bad.
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  10. Registered User

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    Quote Originally Posted by THSdrummer
    What do I win?

    No, jk. I didn't make these, very very cool none-the-less.

    EDIT: This is pic would not go into the attachment. Here it is!
    if pearl made those, i would get one ASAP






    *hoping Al reads this thread *

  11. Registered User

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    are those triggers on those pedals?
    Has not cleaned his cymbals since 2004

    www.hailer.com.au
    www.myspace.com/hailermusic

  12. Registered User

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    just triggers in the beaters. you could move them between pedals if you had enough zip ties.
    Quote Originally Posted by fezzasus
    Quite a few people find my 15" just feels too big between their legs.

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