Purchased as a replacement for a KD-7 and in order to free a drum pedal, user had only seem the pedal being used in concerts on British Television.
The build quality is as you would expect of Roland, with good weight and modern smooth foot board.
The principle of the actual beater movement is very similar to that of the KD-7, in that the reversed beater is now replaced by a flat board , striking the flat sensor at the end of the pedal assembly.
The adjustment for tension is sensitive enough to allow for replication of a drum pedal to the same extent as using the KD-7 assembly and if anything feels more positive. The user cannot say it would replace , in all aspects the DW Pedal currently used but in a Pop/Ballad setting, it certainly performs well.
Used at present to trigger an Expanded Roland TD-10 and showed no false triggering and good response.
User purchased a second KT-10 to replicate a double pedal set up ( replacing a FatCat single pedal) and again works well. One note, is that the Mix In socket is only on one side of the pedal, so if using a Roland 2 to 1 cable, or other suppliers, the second pedal cannot be placed as close to the Hi-Hat pedal because of plug length as a traditional pedal, a small point but one which could have easily been avoided and caused user some concern on set up positions.
Wear on the beater pad is so far fine (none visible) and hopefully these will be replacement items in time.
Pedal is certainly a talking point from other musicans and from this users experience , well worth the purchase for both functionality and responsiveness.