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Old 11-04-2010, 07:38 AM
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Default Help Identifying Dbl Pedals

Hey guys... I picked up a box of drum stuff for about $80 and found a few things that might have some value and I need some help identifying what they are and the model numbers. I have two double bass pedals that are missing some parts. The first one has no name on it but a friend of mine said they look like pearls. The 2nd set are mapex but they have no model number anywhere on them and I have looked all over the internet and cant find them. Also, both sets are missing the connecting rods. Where do I go about finding those? I was also able to put together a couple of snare drums with the drum parts that I got. One of the snares is a steel pearl snare but has no model number on it either. The other is a pacific fs series snare. Basically I'm trying to find out if I got anything that is worth something? Thanks

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Old 11-04-2010, 06:41 PM
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Default Re: Help Identifying Dbl Pedals

They look like stock Pearl or Gibraltar pedals, the type they use as display on a music store.. I dont think they have any brand/series name on them.. But i have seen them at my locas stores..
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Old 11-06-2010, 01:11 AM
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Default Re: Help Identifying Dbl Pedals

Have you ever seen those mapex pedals? Are they any good?
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Old 11-06-2010, 02:27 AM
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Default Re: Help Identifying Dbl Pedals

The closest thing I have found to those pedals are these made by Peace. The difference is, mine does not have the peace logo on them. Check it out

http://www.dirtcheepdirect.com/produ...al-121570.html
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Old 11-06-2010, 04:22 AM
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Default Re: Help Identifying Dbl Pedals

the first one is a pearl i'm pretty sure. stock pedals that you get with entry level kits. i've seen hundreds of them on criagslist and in the music stores but never really stopped to look for a brand name or anything. same with the pearl snare, entry level cheap snare, hell probably came with the same kit as the pedals did. not worth anything really...

second is an old mapex 300 or 500, again bottom of the line entry level hardware you get with an entry level kit, still not worth anything....

that last snare i have no clue, can't say as i recognize anything on it...

all in all if their missing parts the pedals are worthless, the snare you might get $50 for if it's working, if not it's pretty much worthless too.
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Old 11-06-2010, 04:36 AM
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I was able to get a connecting rod for the "pearl" pedals up at guitar center and now they are in full working order. I asked one of the guys up there about the mapex pedals and he acted like they may be worth something. Maybe $100 bucks or so. Im gonna try to do a little more research on this stuff to see what I can find out. Also, I got all the parts for both snares too.
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