Pearl Eliminator Redline Double Bass Drum Pedal - Belt Drive

Bass Pedal with 2 Belt Drives, 2 Sets of 4 Interchangeable Cams, NiNja Axle Bearings, and 2 QuadBeaters
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Pearl Eliminator Redline Double Bass Drum Pedal - Belt Drive image 1
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A Pearl Eliminator with Redlined Performance

Fans of the original Eliminator have even more to love in the Eliminator Redline. Pearl took everything that made the PowerShifter Eliminator a legend - speed, response, throw, and an interchangeable cam system - and "redlined" it for top performance. Each of the Redline's four cams is redesigned to let drummers customize their playing experience even further. Cams snap into place on the fly and are color coded for quick identification. The Redline borrows the Demon Drive's NiNja skateboard bearings with micro-polished steel balls for reduced friction and lightning speed. Pearl's QuadBeater gets an update as well: the business end is slightly reduced and now incorporates an anti-vibration Control Core, which allows all four playing surfaces to flex for reduced vibrations and better performance.

Four interchangeable cams for unmatched customization

If you're picky about kick pedals, Sweetwater drummers recommend the Eliminator Redline. Like the original Eliminator, the Redline lets you customize your playing experience using four hot-swappable cams. Choose black if you're a fan of Pearl's linear-action legacy pedals, clear for faster speed, blue if you want to add power to the end of your stroke, or red for Pearl's off-center Radical Progressive action. Purple and yellow cams (not included, sold separately) are also available for the Redline. Purple's Aggressive Acceleration falls somewhere between the red and blue cams, and yellow is for players who want power above all else.

Pearl Eliminator Redline Belt-drive Double Bass Pedal Features:
  • Update to the original PowerShifter Eliminator pedal
  • 4 redesigned cams provide a custom playing response - added speed, power, etc.
  • Cams are color coded for easy ID and snap quickly into place
  • Chainless belt-drive system is silent, smooth, powerful, and precise
  • Updated QuadBeater is smaller and features Pearl's flexible ControlCore for better performance
  • NiNja skateboard bearings provide ultra-low friction
  • Rotor tension cradle allows tension springs to pivot with each stroke
  • Convenient offset hoop clamp screws with adjustment springs
  • Includes a carrying case
Take your drumming to the next level with the Pearl Eliminator Redline bass drum pedal!

Tech Specs

Single/Double Double
Drive System Belt Drive
Manufacturer Part Number P2052B

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Same Old Greatness

I've owned the original Eliminator double pedal for almost 20 years. It has been put through the wringer, and still works flawlessly. I purchased this so I would have the same feeling pedal on my home and band practice kits. I have to say... this pedal is a bit tighter and faster than the old pedal. Is it worth $... absolutely. However... if you can get your hands on an older version of this pedal for a closeout price... grab it. There aren't enough differences to justify the up-charge for this pedal. Simply buy a set of high grade bearings and replace the stock ones in the older version. BAMB! you now have a virtual Redline pedal for far less.Don't get me wrong... this is an awesome pedal that will last for years, but I was slightly underwhelmed with the "improvements" over the old version. Especially after almost 20 years. However... if it ain't broke....
See also: Kick Pedal, Pearl, Pearl Drum Pedals & Beaters