DW's entry-level line of pedals are designed for students, weekend warriors, and working drummers alike. Trademark DW all-metal construction and playability make the DWCP2000 the perfect choice for ba... Read More
DW's entry-level line of pedals are designed for students, weekend warriors, and working drummers alike. Trademark DW all-metal construction and playability make the DWCP2000 the perfect choice for bargain-savvy drummers that want the features of a tried and true USA-engineered pedal.
101 2-way beater
An industry-standard reversible beater, with high-impact plastic and felt surfaces to cover a range of musical applications.
Chain-and-sprocket design with offset cam for quick response.
Steel base plate
Provides a sturdy foundation and insures nonskid play on carpet and other flooring surfaces via adjustable spikes and Velcro®.
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Reviewed by 4 customers
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Unfortunately, I'm a drummer on a budget. I was shopping the used pedals when the drum tech at the Guitar Center in Toledo recommended this pedal to me. I was skeptical, because of the low cost, but he encouraged me to try it. It felt great right out of the box. I got it home and I could feel the difference immediately. 16th notes were effortless (even without heel/toe) and the unintentional double taps vanished even with the stock beater. I'm very impressed with the quality and performance and would recommend this to anyone.
DW 2000 pedals.......not THE greatest pedals you can buy, but they DEFINETLY get the job done :D .....i bought the DW 2002 (double bass pedal) and they can go preeeeeeetty fast with practice and technique.... as for the single bass pedal, they are amazing.. nice control,speed, and feel to it.. a must buy on a budget [:
Just bought this pedal at my local Guitar Center and all I can say is WOW! This pedal has great speed, control, and a very nice overall feel. I love the notch where the beater goes so it doesn't move from left to right, I had a big problem with that with my last drum pedal. And for people who aren't sure how to adjust the tension (was beating my head against the wall until I finally figured it out, thought I might as well share it with the general public!), when you're looking at the spring on the side of the pedal you'll see two bolts. Loosen the top bolt a little up (adjust it in slow increments so you can get the tension that fits your play style) and then gently push down on the top spring. After doing raise the bottom bolt to the top of the screw that you've just exposed, this works for lowering and tightening the tension spring. Then tighten the top bolt so it's snug against the bar that separates the bottom and lower bolts. Just remember to do it slowly so you can get the perfect feel, this is a great pedal for the price and would recommend this to anyone with out a shadow of a doubt!
Solid, responsive, and strong enough for the average player. This must be the best value for money. Sturdy baseplate and clamp. Will last years under normal conditions. Probably not enough for the "animals" out there, but that's why there are other pedals. Based on the basic quality, I'd assume DW made their various series at levels of weight, yet without compromsing quality or features at each price point. This is not a student/beginner pedal, but at the price you'd be forgiven for thinking so. Unless you simply need more hardware underfoot, this pedal is a perfectly balanced, fast and smooth part of your kit. Nothing to worry about. Sort of like a old Camco/Tama in feel only without the wobbles/creaks/squeaks. Highly recommend!
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