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Old 11-02-2012, 08:04 PM
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Default Re: Drumnetics, anyone???

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Originally Posted by MagnetsRule View Post
Hello all, I work for the Drumnetics company and would like to clear up any misconceptions you may have about the pedal.

First of all, yes we are a small company, and we aren't about to tell you that all other pedals are junk compared to ours. What we do offer is a high quality, American made pedal that is the first and only to use magnets instead of springs.

The magnets are very adjustable and offer a wide range of tension settings. The pedal board magnet adjusts the alignment of the two magnets, while the base plate adjusts the distance between them. The magnets never touch each other and will not break due to normal playing.

The magnets used are Neodymium magnets, and do not wear out over time. Yes heat can cause them to break down, but we are talking about excessive heat, not the "I left my pedal in a hot car on a summer day" type of heat. They are held in place using aluminum covers, making it very difficult to take a direct hit from something. Dropping the pedal on the floor would not break the magnets.

We do offer a 15 day trial and money back guarantee policy so you can try one out.

I will try to answer any other questions you may have.


What if your arch enemy brings a demagnetizer to your gig?

I've played the earlier version, was impressed, especially with the adjustable strap. I don't see the adjustable strap on the new model, what happened to it, is it still an available option?
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