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Millenium PD-222 Pro Series BD Pedal

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Double Bass Drum Pedal

  • Pro series
  • Aluminium hinge
  • Steel pedal plate
  • Double-chain drive
  • Side set screw for mounting to hoop
  • Adjustable spring mechanism
  • Rotatable two-zone beater (felt/ plastic) and tuning key with integrated holder
Incl. Floor Plate Yes
Incl. Strap No
Chain Yes
Chain Drive Round
Incl. 2-4 way beater Yes
Incl. Pedal Bag, Or Case No
Item number 180219
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Price performance leader for sure!
BoRdo 30.08.2017
I bought this pedal about 3 month ago and so far this has been really good choice. I am quite new to drums and have used only two double bass pedals so far. (I started to play like 5-6 month ago). My first pedal was a bit cheaper than PD-222 Pro but quality was terrible.
I have played on my teachers DW-5002 and i can say that Feeling was not so different as from PD-222, therefore price performance ratio on PD-222 is awesome.
There are some minor cons so far that i have found. 1) Attachment to BASS drum can get tricky, it feels like that hook is not symmetrically in the middle from both beaters. (Can be adjusted a bit). 2) It sometimes gives out barely noticeable squeaking sound on left pedal. 3) It is quite tricky to remove springs from double pedals for transporting.
Pros: 1) All metal parts and easy to adjust even on the fly. 2) Price

Overall as i am quite new and don`t have huge experience with double bass pedals i can not suggest it for pro players, but it is definitely worth that money for beginners and intermediate players!
I could not find one better pedal for that price!

I will update or write new review if in future my thought`s will change!
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Very good quality
FilippoR 07.06.2014
Excellent quality for a fair price.
As this is a Thomann brand product I expected maybe a lower quality for that price! I was very surprised to find a DB pedal with such a good quality.
I bought this double pedal for an electronic drum kit (Yamaha DT532k). It fits perfectly on the kick drum pad. You can adjust the length to make a shorter distance between the two pedals, which is important for a "home drum kit".
Of course you can adjust the spring tension for both pedals and even with the strongest tension the pedals remain smooth to play.

Conclusion:
+ Price
+ Overall quality
+ Easy to adjust (for beginners too)

- For acoustic drum set I'd advice a more expensive DB pedal

Thomann: As usual shipping very fast.
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Millenium PD-222 Pro Series BD Pedal
Simo T. 14.11.2015
The Millenium PD-222 Pro Series BD Pedal is a budget-class double pedal for a drummer getting started. It is not professional quality but not low-class either. If you want to experiment with double bass drum playing, this pedal is a good option. You get the features you want with only a small investment. The quality is not tour-grade, so don't expect these to last forever. Although it has lasted few years on my setup, so it is not completely useless. The beaters have a plastic sound to them which can be good when playing heavier music. If you want a more traditional beater sound, you can easily pad the beater with something softer. All in all, this is an ok pedal for a beginning drummer.
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Good experience for my first kick pedals
MusicFanatic 18.02.2021
These were my first set of pedals, so don't have any prior experience. That being said, I did have a hard time setting this up. I couldn't follow the instructions to set it up, as the pieces didn't fit together as explained. I managed to get everything working great, but had to figure it out on my own. After a couple weeks of usage, the spring on the main kick is starting to squeak though.
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