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    Just put it on still massing w/it. Haven't checked out the weights yet. XL rod on it,witch I don't need really, I'll probably cut and grind to standard length. It feels pretty good though!

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    Interesting looking pedal you can't go wrong with direct drive.

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    I've heard good things about that beater.
    I'm loving my new DW beater also.
    The self adjusting heads are so nice.
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    Nice, I am going to order one today.. I think the ones I saw were round though? How is the square beater?
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    Simple and elegant.

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    I really like my Concept DD pedal...but I really need a stronger spring for it. I like to let the spring do half the work and help pull the beater back. I get muscle cramps around the 3rd set when I use it on a gig. Otherwise, it's a very nice pedal for the money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N2Bluz View Post
    I really like my Concept DD pedal...but I really need a stronger spring for it. I like to let the spring do half the work and help pull the beater back. I get muscle cramps around the 3rd set when I use it on a gig. Otherwise, it's a very nice pedal for the money.
    Yeah, it's funny you said that because I'm dealing w/the spring tension myself.

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    My problem is I play heel-up and rest my leg weight on the front of my foot (behind my toes). I need the extra spring tension to keep the beater from resting on the head. Suppose I should just learn to play heel-down, but I have a 36" inseam and a short torso...which creates other issues, LOL.
    -Brian

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    Play the SONG......not the DRUMS!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by N2Bluz View Post
    My problem is I play heel-up and rest my leg weight on the front of my foot (behind my toes). I need the extra spring tension to keep the beater from resting on the head. Suppose I should just learn to play heel-down, but I have a 36" inseam and a short torso...which creates other issues, LOL.
    I ordered a Tama speed cobra spring(I have a double speed cobra pedal) and they are a much beefier spring. I think and hope I'll get much better results!

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