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    Brand spanking new Pearl Eliminator Demon Drive. Usable right out of the box. No adjustments necessary. Came with a really nice carrying case.

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    Very nice! Congrats!
    Six piece Mapex Armory, Black Panther Blade and Orange County Custom snare drums, Centent Emperor cymbals, and Vater Drumsticks.

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    sweet looking pedals man,,, Still Loving my Pearl eliminator after 7 years of maintenance free weekly playing
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    A ahhhh! I got the Demon drive part. . . . does that count? lol! Very cool!!
    Last edited by drummerMD; 11-01-2018 at 06:32 PM.

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    I’ve used my Demon Drive exclusively for gigs...going on 2 or 3 years now. It took a few gigs to get everything adjusted and set right, but once I found the combination, I’ve been very satisfied. Only complaint is the brushed aluminum finish collects dust from my shoes.
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    yeah those pedals are no joke!
    We have one at work at it's so fast and smooth.
    Almost to fast! lol
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    Congrats I love mine

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    Cool! What did it run you?
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    I've been told that, if you are determined to go with a direct drive, the PDD is the choice to make.
    I've never tried one myself but I do like the looks.
    The slave driveshaft looks almost identical to the superior shafts available from TRICK...…………...are they the same ?
    Do you notice any loss of power difference compared to a conventional quality chain drive version ?
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    I loved the Pearl Demon drives but I already had my Tama speed cobras and I didn't want to spend a whole lot of extra money so I did the next best thing, I bought a pair of Demon drives and mounted (retro-fitted ) them on my Cobras. DSC01789.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by drummer View Post
    Cool! What did it run you?
    $629

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo View Post
    I've been told that, if you are determined to go with a direct drive, the PDD is the choice to make.
    I've never tried one myself but I do like the looks.
    The slave driveshaft looks almost identical to the superior shafts available from TRICK...…………...are they the same ?
    Do you notice any loss of power difference compared to a conventional quality chain drive version ?
    I'm not familiar with the TRICK product. I feel as though this pedal provides me with more power and speed than my previous chain drive pedals. Very happy with it.

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