Trick Drums Pro 1-V Bigfoot Double Pedal - Black Widow Edition

Limited-edition Double Bass Drum Pedal with Split-cam Design, 13" Footboard, Internal Compression-spring Mechanism, and On-the-fly Tension Adjustment Knob - Black and Red
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Killer Kick Pedal with a Cool Limited-edition Look

This limited-edition Black Widow version of the Trick Drums Pro 1-V Double kick pedal includes the same precision-machined parts and aerospace-grade bearings Sweetwater drummers love about the original - delivering tried-and-true performance with a cool red and black aesthetic. It sports an internal compression-spring mechanism that's smoother, faster, and quieter than expansion-spring pedals; a split-cam that allows independent adjustment of beater and pedal angles; a tension adjustment knob that lets you adjust pedal tension while you're playing; and much more. If you demand buttery-smooth action, infinite adjustability, and dead-silent operation, you'll love the Trick Drums Pro 1-V Bigfoot Double Black Widow.

Trick Drums Pro 1-V Bigfoot Double Bass Drum Pedal Features at a Glance:
  • Limited-edition Black Widow model in special red and black
  • Internal compression-spring mechanism is smoother, faster, and quieter than expansion-spring pedals
  • All machined (no die-cast) parts provide superior quality and durability
  • Precision aerospace-grade bearings; zero-latency, zero-backlash driveshaft
  • Split-Cam design allows adjustment of beater and pedal angles independently
  • Slide-Trac hoop clamp adjustment provides variable distance for the pedal from the kick drum
  • Hoop clamp lever saves you setup time and aggravation (no tightening with drumkey or wingnut)
  • Easy-to-use tension adjustment knob lets you adjust pedal tension while you're playing
  • Multiple height adjustment cluster lets you adjust the stroke speed of the pedal
  • Universal beater mount fits every beater on the market
  • Hand assembled and inspected
Step up to the buttery smoothness of the Trick Drums Pro 1-V Bigfoot Black Widow kick pedal!

Tech Specs

Single/Double Double
Drive System Compression spring
Manufacturer Part Number P1V2BFBW

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My trick Pro 1-V Black Widow limited addition pedals are amazing! These pedals are so smooth and quiet and are built to last . The Sweetwater staff are awesome and I couldn't be happier with the product and the service. Thank you sweet water
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Best pedals I've found

When I first started playing drums I delved in with the Iron Cobras and I liked them quite a bit. But as I delved deeper into the world of metal everyone said Axis was the way to go and they are definitely quite the step up from my Cobras, in my opinion. Now, I never picked up Axis pedals for myself, but I've them on my friends sets and they were really nice. I was actually in the market to get a set for myself... and that's when I stumbled upon these pedals. I'd never even heard of Trick drums, but in watching the demos and looking at the overall design of these things, I really wanted to try this out.The price of Trick pedals may be a bit daunting at first, but, after having made this purchase and worked with them for a few weeks, I'd gladly pay the price again. I also figured, if I was going to be spending this much on a pedal, might as well spend a little more and get it in a really cool paint job! So, I took the plunge with the Black Widow set and I have to say, this is the way I've always wanted a bass drum pedal to feel.One of the major reasons these double pedals cost so much is because you are actually paying for two stand alone pedals. All you need to do is swap the beater over to the other pedal and now you can use a double bass kit! Don't want to play out with your double bass kit, that's fine, just bring the drive shaft with you and use a double pedal. This feature alone is worth the extra money to me and I don't have to deal with any kind of taking it apart.Another feature, that I quite like, but others may find overkill, is the fact that you can really spend a lot of time calibrating these pedals. There's lot more than just adjusting your tension when it comes to these pedals and for some people it may be a bit too much time to make it worthwhile. However, I really liked a lot of the features and precision with which you could get your beaters to line up perfectly with the head of a bass drum. You can adjust how far your pedal connects on the drum. All this calibration means that it's going to take a decent amount of time to get used to these pedals. Even right out of the box, for me, I liked them more than other pedals I've used and could feel the potential at my feet, but I also realized things weren't perfect. It could take upwards of a month of tweaking to get things to really work perfectly, but once you have everything all lined up there's just no going back for me. Sure, maybe you'll rarely, if ever, change these settings again, but the fact that you were able to set up the pedals in this detailed of a manner makes a world of difference in playing.I feel like I can play faster and harder on these pedals compared to any other set I've used before. I'm really happy I was able to get a set of these. They even came with a set of velcro to add to the bottom of the pedals. If you've been looking for a pedal as detailed in its manufacture as I have then these are probably worth the money and definitely worth trying out.
Music background: Musician for 20+ years
See also: Kick Pedal, Trick Drums, Trick Drums Drum Pedals & Beaters