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  1. Registered User

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    Default Need help identifying old Pearl bass drum pedal

    I'm looking to identify an old model bass drum pedal by Pearl. I think it's dated to late 80's early 90's as my old drum teacher had one in the mid 90's. It has an angle adjustable spring, and I remember the pedal being very nice. I found a couple of images on the web of the double model of it, but I'm mostly interested in knowing the model name to perhaps find one somewhere. Hope someone can help me, thanks!

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  2. Registered User

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    Pearl P-885

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    I still have the single. It was my first " real" pedal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by therocker View Post
    I still have the single. It was my first " real" pedal.
    Still have mine too. My first was chain-drive P-750 (still got that too, though neither are in use)

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    Quote Originally Posted by melvinspeed View Post
    Pearl P-885
    Thank you! That's it. I'll try to buy one used. Might be an impossible task, but who knows!

    And for you that has got one: Does changing the angle of the spring do anything good?

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    It was my first twin pedal setup. I don't recall if I have it lying around or not, I'll have to dig through some crap.

    My recollection is that the changing the spring angle is how you adjust the beater angle.

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