DW 9000 Series Single Bass Pedal
$533.99 USD $329.99 USD
Model #: DWCP9000
DW 9000 Kick Pedal at a Glance:
- 9000 Series hardware
- Patented features
- Other unique features
9000 Series hardware
DW's taken input from the world's top drummers and drum techs and incorporated it into their elite 9000 Series of hardware. In the series, you'll find all the features those drummers and techs have been calling for, including memory locks on the tube joints and the base assembly, plastic tube insulators, infinitely adjustable toothless tilters, large reset handles, secondary tilter locks, cymbal space adjusters, heavy gauge tubing, and more. For the most professional of needs - studio or stage - you can depend DW and their premier 9000 series hardware.
Patented features like the free-floating rotor-drive system, rotating swivel spring and infinitely adjustable cam, are aligned to create a more direct transfer of energy that optimizes the stroke for more power and precision. DW 9000 Series Pedals feature an infinite adjustable cam, allowing the pedal to be easily set from Accelerator to Turbo Drive or anywhere in between. The Free-Floating Rotor drive system allows the shaft to turn independently of the rotor, directing energy from the pedal board straight to the beater. The design also uses friction-reducing ball bearings to optimize the already incredibly smooth, gravity-defying action.
Other unique features
The Floating Swivel Spring increases efficiency on the down stroke and return stroke, creating less resistance and an incredibly smooth feel. 9000 Series Bass Drum Pedals include a Nylon Strap and can be easily converted from Chain-Drive to Nylon Strap.
DW 9000 Kick Pedal Features:
- Single kick pedal
- Universal assemblies in-house from aircraft-grade aluminum
- EZ Infinite Adjustable Cam
- Switch from Accelerator to Turbo drive or anywhere in between
- Chain drive or Nylon strap (strap included)
- Tri-Pivot Toe Clamp is secure, yet easy on your bass drum hoop
- Floating Swivel Spring
- Non-slip rubber grip base plate
- Free-floating rotor-drive system