Gibraltar GCP Cajon Pedal with Mount

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    Product Description

    Gibraltar’s GCP Cajon Pedal turns your cajon into an acoustic bass drum. It’s great for lower volume playing situations where a standard drum set bass drum is too loud. This pedal is perfect for drum set players; it allows you to play traditionally with your foot righty or lefty opening more options for the drummer.

    Gibraltar GCP Cajon Pedal Features:

    • Primary cable pedal allows for comfortable placement while keeping the cable out of the way
    • Spring adjustments on both primary and slave pedal keeps action and cable tension tight
    • Cam arms can be adjusted to customize the pedals feel
    • Pedal mount placement adjustment allows placing beater at various areas of the cajon for different tones and to make room for beater and hand simultaneous play

    Package includes:
    • Cajon primary pedal with cable mounted slave pedal equipped with softy cajon beater
    • Cajon pedal C-clamp mount

    Mounting Instructions:
    Attach the pedal mount onto the cajon with the ‘T’ pedal mount on the playing side of the cajon. Then mount the slave pedal frame directly to the pedal mount and attach the cajon beater. Position the primary pedal to a comfortable playing position (good for righty or lefty) and your set to start playing.

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    Phone:  (805) 919-2499 Warranty:  5 year limited warranty
    Product Rating brightstardullstardullstardullstardullstar
    Not worth it- basically junk!
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    VERY DIFFICULT TO SET UP at it’s best it is noisy (friction from the cable entering the tube near the beater; there’s no way to line it up properly). Even then, the SLIGHTEST adjustment throws the entire thing completely out of whack. - I have zero confidence that it will work after transportation and setup on a gig. Way too many adjustment possibilities and poor engineering. Bad Gibraltar, very bad. The mounting bracket and the beater are decent. If you need a solution for a stomping sound while playing guitar (which would be cool),I guess that would work.... I don’t know if the cost of the whole thing is worth keeping it for those two parts, though. I’m disappointed in Gibraltar—they usually have better stuff.
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