You might think a company wouldn’t dare change one of the best selling bass drum pedals on the market. But Drum Workshop does’t tend to rest on its laurels, which is why you can expect to see a bunch of new features on the 2013 model of company’s revered 9000 pedals, all designed to fine-tune performance and functionality.
The pedal’s new Tri-Pivot Toe Clamp includes three self-adjusting rubber-coated pads that securely anchors the pedal to a variety of bass drum counter hoop sizes. But that’s not all! The EZ-Adjust Infinite Cam allows drummers to change from an Accelerator to Turbo cam, or anywhere in-between, with the twist of a drum key. But there’s more! The new non- skid rubber pad under the base plate, which is designed for wood floors, carpet, and other playing surfaces.
The 9000 Series single pedal retails for $499.99 and the 9002 double version retails for $966.99. The 9002 double pedal comes with a free, upgraded ballistic nylon pedal case, and all DW pedals include a limited 5-year warranty.