Yamaha FP 7210AItem ID: FP7210
Single-chain Bass Drum Pedal with Beater Angle Adjustment
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Reviewsbased on 3 reviews
The Yamaha Single Chain Bass Drum Pedal
by Frank Bomba from Craig, Colorado USABought this pedal to go with an Alesis Electronic Drum set.
June 4, 2012
Music Background: Pro Musician
It works great! The drum set is being used in a church setting.
Our church uses current Christian Chorus music. We have three<... read more [+]br />drummers who use the pedal. They all like it! close [-]
Classic Yamaha Pedal
by Landon Lehrman from Decatur, INThis is essentially the same pedal that came with my Yamaha classic professional model albeit with a chain drive instead of the original nylon belt. This pedal maintains the classic reliability and pe... read more [+]rformance of the original — with a reasonable price point. I gave this a 4.5 because I like my pedal to have a floor board rather than steel braces. Other than that, this pedal is very smooth, responsive, and adjustable! close [-]
December 26, 2011
Music Background: Hobbiest drummer, FOH
by Rob Clark from Brunei DarussalamThis pedal has a great solid feel and good response. However, I think it suits acoustic kits better. I get a bit of background noise coming through on my Roland kit which can be a bit annoying at time... read more [+]s. Still, does the job and I just need to build a bridge and get over it!! close [-]
February 7, 2012
Music Background: Hobbyist
Robert, Chester, VA