The Gibraltar GCDCP has general swampy and slow feeling over it, which I think comes from the double springs - one on foot side and one on the beater side: it's has not the "stop/end feeling" and the momentum that I want. The pedal has two rather short axles on the cable sides transforming the foot pressure into the wire and I reckon there is a loss of power here. The resaon I wanted to try out Gibraltar is that this pedal has a short, easy placed cable (at least thas was what I thougt) that's runs along the floor and therefore would not be in the way for cymbal stands and other hardware which I use (bongos, bells, hi-hat etc) in my percussion set up. Gibraltar also looks cool and convincing with the chain drive and metal board etc. But again - it's not all what meets the eye: the overall FEELING is not ok. The muffled sound from the felt beater when hitting the cajon may attract some percussionists, but not me - I want a more direct juicy sound and attack from the beater!
I was pleasently surprised at the chunky well built feel of this pedal, it seems solid enough and really does the job it was intended to do very well... meaning I can now have a hand free to use other percussion while playing the Cajon. On the down side however hard I tighten the beater rack to the cajon mount, it still moves about and slide ever so slightly. Also the pedal is quite noisy in its own right... some WD40 did help this but I feel it would benefit from strap drive instead of chain drive.
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