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Old 09-15-2009, 06:09 PM
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hello there before i want to introduce my self my name is Randy kusuma from indonesia, i have a problem with choosen about double pedal between DW5002AD3 or DW5002TD3 or Pearl eliminator P2002B, choose look so good? i need it to play progresive rock and then death metal genre.
please help me. so, please reply, thank you for your attention.


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Old 09-16-2009, 01:53 PM
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ALL, PLEASE REPLY . BECAUSE I NEED YOURE SUGGESTION TO CHOOSE IT

PLEASE REPLY, REPLY .

CHEERS :) RANDY

THANKS FOR YOURE ATTENTION
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Old 09-16-2009, 02:30 PM
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Have you tried all the pedals? It's a highly individual choice, and none of the pedals you mention can be failed in terms of quality... It's really a matter of opinion and personal taste, which is something we can't really help you much with...
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Old 09-16-2009, 03:09 PM
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yes i see, i never to try all of the pedals . so i'm very confused now . between all of the
pedals . okay i know your suggest . but according to your feeling, what the look so good?
sorry my english so bad, because english not my language .

thanks you brother

Nice to know you *Randy
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Old 09-16-2009, 04:30 PM
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If you cannot try before you buy, go for the Eliminator. It has the most adjustments, so it will be easier to find a setting that works best for you.
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Old 09-16-2009, 06:48 PM
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If you cannot try before you buy, go for the Eliminator. It has the most adjustments, so it will be easier to find a setting that works best for you.
How about DW5002 ?What inclination beater ? or its beater angel can be arranged ? as according to our willingness? *sorry my english so bad, because i cant speak english language LOL .

THANKS FOR YOURE SUGGEST BROTHER

Nice to know you :) Randy
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Old 09-16-2009, 10:01 PM
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Between the three pedals, I say get the Pearl eliminator P2002B. Better feel, more adjustments.

or:

"Its easier to get the Pearl feeling better than the DW(s)."

'The Pearl can be made to feel better than the DW's a lot easier."

"You can make the Pearl feel better than the DWs soooo much easier."

"Dude, its cake getting the Pearls to feel sweeter than the DW's."
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Old 09-17-2009, 03:32 AM
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How about DW5002 ?What inclination beater ? or its beater angel can be arranged ? as according to our willingness? *sorry my english so bad, because i cant speak english language LOL .

THANKS FOR YOURE SUGGEST BROTHER

Nice to know you :) Randy
Yes, beater angle can be adjusted on the DW 5002 pedals. That's also just one of many adjustments that are avaliable on the Pearl Elimantor pedals.
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Old 09-17-2009, 08:26 AM
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Hi, Randy and welcome to the forum.

It sounds like you don't have the ability to try a few different brands out, so just go jump in and do it. You seem to be inclined to get the DW 5000 series double pedal. This is a pedal that helped build the DW brand. So many pro's use it, even today with the 9000 series out there. Just get the 5000. You won't be making any kind of huge mistake. The Pearl is also a very popular brand and you won't make a mistake buying it either. The point is, get whatever you feel you want as they are both top drawer equipment and you can't really be too off the mark. All of us, I think, have at some point purchased something without trying it first. No big deal. You will love any of these pedals. Joey
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Old 09-21-2009, 10:47 AM
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Outside the USA I would get Pearl without hesitation. Pearl has better spare parts service. Fast playing eats up DW spring rocker bearings so instantly buy spare bearings if you go DW.

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Old 10-29-2009, 12:25 PM
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Hey all . Thanks for your all opinion .
so finnaly i go to DW 9000 double pedal for me .
i think its the best for me .
Thanks before .
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Old 10-29-2009, 01:50 PM
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being on a fixed income, I wanted to try a double pedal, if you had to get something cheap, what would be the best, or are all the cheaper ones pretty much the same, or would it be better to buy a good used one at a cheaper price, or the same as a cheaper one new? Thks, take care.
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Old 11-05-2009, 04:55 PM
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being on a fixed income, I wanted to try a double pedal, if you had to get something cheap, what would be the best, or are all the cheaper ones pretty much the same, or would it be better to buy a good used one at a cheaper price, or the same as a cheaper one new? Thks, take care.
Definitely go for the used. You could get a real nice pedal for real cheap. Go to a used shop and try them all out. I saw a used Axis ($600 new)for $200.
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Old 11-06-2009, 04:43 AM
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Definitely go for the used. You could get a real nice pedal for real cheap. Go to a used shop and try them all out. I saw a used Axis ($600 new)for $200.

Speaking of Axis, if you're thinking about an Axis pedal, better jump now, Axis is raising their prices its been 3 years already.

Also... the new Axis pedal will make its debut at the NAMM show, it might get put-up on their web site before NAMM so keep checking. Expect independent foot board angle adjustment, a new foot board design, new bottom plate and some other goodies supposedly 'retrofittable' for devotees.
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