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Old 06-26-2011, 01:17 AM
YaDiG YaDiG is offline
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Default Network Twin Bass Drum Pedal - PD865

I've got a problem with this double pedal, the right pedal is loose and great, when i hit it then take my foot off it will swing back and forth a few times, so that's all good. however the left pedal seems lower to the ground and when I hit it, it will hit the bass drum, then hardly bounce off. Also if I pull it back with my hand it will stay in that position until I hit the pedal. It is very stiff I guess is how I should describe it. I've tried loosening a bunch of the screws with my drum tool and nothing seems to fix it. Anyone know how to loosen that pedal up?

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Old 06-26-2011, 06:10 AM
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Default Re: Network Twin Bass Drum Pedal - PD865

I've never heard of the brand, but I'm betting it's made in the same factory as Sound Percussion, Gibraltar, et al.

Need some pictures or a video of that slave pedal. Video would be best. Lots of smart folks here in these forums.

Best advice you're gonna get is find a better pedal, but if some of us can see the pedal functioning, you might get some adjustment advice.
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Old 06-26-2011, 08:29 AM
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Default Re: Network Twin Bass Drum Pedal - PD865

alright i'll post a video up tomorrow
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