The ddrum Red Shot Bass Drum Trigger detects dynamics in a very realistic way, thanks to the patented transducer solution-a must for any drummer. ddrum Red Shot triggers use a specially designed trans... Read More
The ddrum Red Shot Bass Drum Trigger detects dynamics in a very realistic way, thanks to the patented transducer solution-a must for any drummer. ddrum Red Shot triggers use a specially designed transducer that is softly pressed against the drumhead to prevent any damping effect. And Red Shot triggers are extremely easy to use and mount: just remove one tension screw, apply the trigger, and put the screw back on again. No adhesive required. Features a 1/4" jack for connection to a ddrumAT, ddrum3, or ddrum4 sound module.
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I never not once got it to work the way it should. I only tried it twice but by the second time of use, the sensor was already shorting out and soon enough completely stopped working. It was cheaply made and should not have been $40. It should have been maybe $10.
Just picked this up the other day and the issues started as soon as I got it out of the package. First, I have a Tama Superstar kit. Due to the way the lugs are set, I could not mount the trigger. Second, when I was able to get it setup, had to rig it, it stuttered. In talking with some other people that had some experience with these triggers, stuttering was their biggest issue. I would not recommend using these triggers.
I would not recommend this item for drummers who have a single bass drum with double pedals attached due to the fact that the bass drum can't breathe right which will trigger false notes...otherwise, if you have two bass drums I'm sure it'll work fine. The DDrum pro acoustic trigger is the way to go for any single bass drums with double pedals!!
Honestly, I got this for my bass drum because it costs less than a mic. Plus, if I have a very limited time to set up, you don't have to position it like a mic. It never mis"fires", and is really durable.
I took a chance on this trigger because I had limited funds to spend. Let me just say, that the quality of this trigger is that of the ddrum pro and i will even say just as good as the roland kick trigger. I love this trigger. I have been using it for about 2 months now and I have never had a problem with it. Once the module is dialed in right, this trigger plays absolutely perfectly. Don't hesitate when thinking of purchasing, just do it! The redshot is amazing.
Don't think twice! Buy these right now. I own and have owned multiple electronic and acoustic kits. The best think you can do for your electronic set up is take an acoustic bass drum, add a mesh head, and one of thes triggers and for a mere fraction of the price to get a 12" or 14" upright kick you can have a standard size that feels more natural and looks much better. These trigger great! I have them on 2-24" kicks going through a Y-adaptor in the module. Never misses!