MESSE12: Alesis Launches Bass Drum Pedal

The Pro X Kick is designed for both electronic and acoustic drummers      23/03/12
MESSE12: Alesis Launches Bass Drum Pedal


Alesis has introduced the Pro X Kick, which they describe as a professional bass drum pedal for drummers of all kinds.
Dan Radin, Alesis Product Manager, told us, "We wanted to create a professional kick drum pedal that every drummer could afford. The Pro X Kick is solid, tight and responsive, built with hardware you'd expect to pay a lot more for."
Here's the details in Alesis' own words:
With the Alesis Pro X Kick, drummers get a professional bass drum pedal built for rock-solid performance. Made for use with acoustic or electronic drumsets alike, the Pro X Kick is loaded with heavy-duty adjustable components, making it the right choice for every drummer and the perfect addition to any drumset. The Pro X Kick is built to take a beating. Its double-chain drive system gives drummers explosive power and ultra-tight response, and the entire assembly is locked to a solid steel power plate. A two-sided beater with easy height adjustment and memory lock make the Pro X Kick perfect for drummers who want precise attack and tight control over their kick drum. The Pro X Kick comes ready to adapt to any style of drumming. With gearless stroke-length adjustment, an ultra-high tension adjustable spring and a toothless X Cam, the Pro X Kick allows drummers to dial in the exact feel they want, providing power, smooth precision and unparalleled speed. One of the Pro X Kick's most convenient features is its offset hoop clamp which allows drummers to clamp the Pro X Kick to their bass drum in seconds at every gig, meaning they'll spend less time setting up and more time playing. Pricing and Availability:
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