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  1. Registered User

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    I vote for Eliminator.
    Pearl Reference Purple Craze I
    8x7 | 10x8 | 12x9 | 14x14 | 16x16 | 22x18 | 22x18

  2. Registered User

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    Have you decided yet?
    Pearl Reference Drums - Paiste - Evans - Vater

    22x20x2 18x16 16x16 12x9 10x8 14x6.5


  3. Looks That Kill

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    The pearl pedals hands down. I have 2 sets of eliminators a set of demon chain drive and a set of the 9000's. I am still using my eliminator doubles that I bought in 2002. The 9k's sit brand new in box.
    DW Collectors Birch Satin Oil Natural
    Pearl Masters Maple Complete Matte Black
    Yamaha Stage Custom Birch Raven Black

  4. Totally Rad

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    I can't decide for you, just see what feels best under your feet. I prefer the 9000s over any Pearl pedal. I only swapped the 9000s for the Dw Mfg direct drive, those make the 9000s feel heavy, but my wallet still hasn't forgiven me.

  5. Thwunk

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    Eliminators all the way. I use them at every gig now, I feel limited without them. Best pedals I've used, the DWs just feel so much less accurate by comparison. No doubt that's because I'm used to the Pearl pedals (been using them almost exclusively for 24 years now), but that's my take anyways
    HHX hats, K crashes, K & Bosphorus rides
    Snares: Yamaha Bamboo Custom 5.5x14 / Ludwig Black Beauty 5x14, COB Supraphonic 6.5x14 / Pearl Mahogany Classic Limited Edition / Sonor D505
    Pearl Reference Pure (matte walnut) / SonorLite (Scandinavian birch)

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