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Best option for kick drum pad under 100 EUR?

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  • Best option for kick drum pad under 100 EUR?

    I really don't like mine the rubber pad I have and I want to try something different. Of course, if it can be quiet and have a good feeling, it would be great. I'd like to keep it under 100 EUR.

    I own a Gibraltar practice pad, a Drumtec sound-absorbing-beater already

    I bought the Triggera Krigg V3 and I must say I'm not sure how I feel about it. It's too sensitive (to the point the spring tension to trigger it, even lowering the sensitivity wasn't enough), I couldn't find a good position in my Iron Cobra 600 and even though it is quieter than the rubber pad, I didn't feel it was that quiet to the point it worth. So I'm returning it.

    I bought some other beaters (TDrum Triggerball Beater and Roland KDB-200 Practice Beater) to give a shot with my rubber pad (the original felt beater from my Iron Cobra is extremely loud on the rubber pad), but to be honest, I don't think I have too much hope with the rubber pad itself.

    I've narrowed the options down to:
    1) Triggera Bix Kick + Gibraltar practice pad
    2) Roland KD-9 + Drumtec sound-absorbing-beater
    3) Millenium MPS-850 mesh head kick + Drumtec sound-absorbing-beater

    Any inputs on this?

  • #2
    Bix. Then you can change pads as you wish.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by electrodrummer View Post
      Bix. Then you can change pads as you wish.
      I bought a Bix, electrodrummer. Thanks for the tip!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by psynchro View Post

        I bought a Bix, electrodrummer. Thanks for the tip!
        can you post your review ... thanks

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        • #5
          Originally posted by psynchro View Post
          2) Roland KD-9 + Drumtec sound-absorbing-beater
          You nailed it.

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