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  • cut and paste from Yamaha DTXplorer Freq. Ask Question (FAQ): Quote: The KP65 pad features an input and output jack. 1. Connect the first. ermullipo.tk › › Forum › Drum Gear › Electronic Drums. Hi Recently put a DW series double pedal on my yamaha KP65 electronic kick pad. I am finding that I am not getting the same level of. I use with my Iron Cobra (old style) double bass pedal (I also use the Trick Drums Dominator double pedal, but it does not fit well on the base of the KP65 - this is a​. Want to add a double bass drum pedal to your e-drum kit? The Yamaha KP65 has a natural feel and triggers realistic double bass drum sound! Large rubber kick pad which is big enough for a double foot pedal setup. Plays quietly with very natural feel. Large rubber pad is big enough for a double foot pedal setup. Plays quietly with very natural feel.
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Remember Me? What's New? Results 1 to 9 of pedal. Thread: Double Bass Yamaa Double Bass Pedal? I pedal picked up the Yamaha Double a couple months ago, and love it. But my leg gets tired pumping double kick drum. The set came with a Yamaha FPA pedal pedal anyone have any suggestions on how to set up a double bass pedal, what equipment the call of the wild use, etc?

Re: Double Bass Pedal? Don't know about the Yamaha, but the Roland kick pads support double pedals. I'm using a DW series. A couple of double about the kick. Not young enough to know everything. Well, if you've ever heard me play the kp65, you might think that I'm appropriating them for some purpose other than their original design!

Originally Posted by StuSegal. Originally Posted by jajo. Originally Posted by late8. The KP65 pad features an input and output jack. From the looks of it, you might need 2x KP65s to have a legit double bass set peadl.

Or you can try triggering one pad with a double bass pedal like I did on my KP65 but the kp65 from the second double pedal beater is inconsistant. I suppose an answer could be to modify bend one or both of the pad mounts rods in so they are closer together, and could be positioned yamaha to aymaha "sweet spot".

But that sounds like one more project that I kp65 not want yamaha add to my yamaha too long list of projects. Thanks guys. It seems like the cleanest answer from an equipment perspective is to add a second slave KP65 - that way no lag or inconsistency from a second mechanical fouble.

And oddly enough with some of the discount online prices I can do a KP65 and a Yamaha pedal cheaper than any decent double bass pedal. Connect the first KP65 to the module from the KP65 output jack.

Connect the second KP65 to the first KP65 via the yamahz from the second pad to the input of kp65 first pad. End Quote- From the looks of it, you might need 2x KP65s to have a legit double bass set up. Or you can try triggering one pad with a opportunities swot bass pedal like I did on my KP65 but the response double the second double pedal beater is doubls with some lantency issues when the double pedal is really doing fast BPM beats per minute I had to angle the primary double bass beater in a bit to be able to trigger the KP65 bass drum pad with more consistant pedal strokes even though the pad CAN pedal used with a double pedal.

The rocking back and forth from double pedal to the tower is also a concern for me. Join Date Apr Posts 16, If you are short on cash, you can use the hat pedal as a double pedal. Only problem doing so is you yamaha get to use it as a hat controller- but not a big deal if you only need one type of hat sound closed or open. I've tried that with an alesis pedal, haven't run into problems yet. Originally Posted by amdrummer.

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Members Current visitors. Thread: Double Bass Pedal? Go here problem doing so is you won't get to use it as a hat controller- but not a big deal if you only need one type of hat sound closed or open.