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rufus4dagruv

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I used one at a casino gig I did recently. It was a great pedal; very smooth but light feeling. It wouldn't be for everyone, but I def enjoyed using it.
 

deadknot

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i'm in a fast tempo punk band,I use the double chained dragon FP 9310 single pedal , it is a great pedal, doesn't feel light at all , it feels quite sturdy to me, i also have a dw5000 accelerator double chained single pedal version i actually switch off between these two ,IMO they both have superior craftmanship.
 

iatemygoat

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deadknot":1sf6b0j3 said:
i'm in a fast tempo punk band,I use the double chained dragon FP 9310 single pedal , it is a great pedal, doesn't feel light at all , it feels quite sturdy to me, i also have a dw5000 accelerator double chained single pedal version i actually switch off between these two ,IMO they both have superior craftmanship.
i thought they were direct drive? my mistake.
 

deadknot

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Yamaha makes quite a few different flying dragons ,not sure which flying dragon the original post was referring to, however the one i am referring to is yamaha's top of the line flying dragon, iatemygoat, he could be reffering to the direct drive pedal he doesn't specify does he? DBKMAN can you tell us which yamaha pedal you're referring to, Most Yamaha bass drum pedals are all Flying dragons.

DFP 8210| Single Chain Drive
Single Chain Drive

DFP 9310| Double Chain Drive
Double Chain Drive

DFP 9310L| Left Version of DFP 9310
Left Version of DFP 9310

DFP 9410| Direct Drive
Direct Drive

FP 7210| Single Chain Drive
Single Chain Drive

FP 8110| Strap Drive
Strap Drive

FP 8210| Single Chain Drive
Single Chain Drive

FP 9310| Double Chain Drive
Double Chain Drive
 

iatemygoat

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deadknot":ucamg5pj said:
Yamaha makes quite a few different flying dragons ,not sure which flying dragon the original post was referring to, however the one i am referring to is yamaha's top of the line flying dragon, iatemygoat, he could be reffering to the direct drive pedal he doesn't specify does he? DBKMAN can you tell us which yamaha pedal you're referring to, Most Yamaha bass drum pedals are all Flying dragons.

DFP 8210| Single Chain Drive
Single Chain Drive

DFP 9310| Double Chain Drive
Double Chain Drive

DFP 9310L| Left Version of DFP 9310
Left Version of DFP 9310

DFP 9410| Direct Drive
Direct Drive

FP 7210| Single Chain Drive
Single Chain Drive

FP 8110| Strap Drive
Strap Drive

FP 8210| Single Chain Drive
Single Chain Drive

FP 9310| Double Chain Drive
Double Chain Drive
oh ok. yeah i could have sworn they have a direct drive pedal.
 

deadknot

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yamaha does make a direct drive... DBKMAN does not specify if its a direct drive or not.. he just says its a flying dragon.. he is not being very informative.
 

rufus4dagruv

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deadknot":h8sq1cvq said:
i'm in a fast tempo punk band,I use the double chained dragon FP 9310 single pedal , it is a great pedal, doesn't feel light at all , it feels quite sturdy to me, i also have a dw5000 accelerator double chained single pedal version i actually switch off between these two ,IMO they both have superior craftmanship.
By light I do not mean not sturdy. :roll: These descriptive terms in regards to bass drum pedals are mutually exclusive. The pedal I played, a double chained single, felt very sturdy, but compared to my old IC, it was a much lighter feeling pedal.
 
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