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The Krigg - a quiet kick pad for electronic drums.

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  • The Krigg - a quiet kick pad for electronic drums.

    Is the whacketa-whack of the kick pedal on your electronic kit disturbing family, neighbors, roommates etc?



    Check it out.



    http://triggera.com/kick-pedal-trigger



    I got one of these a few weeks ago because my Roland kick-pad was waking up my wife. It doesn't happen anymore with the Krigg. It doesn't use a beater, just the bottom of your kick-pedal.



    It took a little getting used to, but now I don't even think about it. My heel-toe technique is better and it just feels all-around tighter and faster. I prefer the Krigg to my Roland pad and I'm starting to think it makes using a beater obsolete. Of course, YMMV.



    It's pretty cheap too. $70.00. Much cheaper than a mesh if you want a quieter kick.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiHY...feature=relmfu



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyPY...feature=relmfu

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    Get this crap right the hell out of here.
    -Merlin Coryell-
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      Quote Originally Posted by Merlin Coryell
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      Get this crap right the hell out of here.




      Isn't this the drum forum?

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