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Every drummer needs to have a quality bass drum pedal that will allow them to get the same consistency out of their performance whether on stage or at home practicing. Bass drum pedals vary in feel, style, and attack, as well as variance in price, design, and features. Here at N Stuff Music we carry a vast range of bass drum pedals whether they are single or double pedals. In our inventory you can find two main types of driver systems, chain and direct, but we can order belt drive as well for those who may be interested.

Single bass drum pedals are the most common style of bass drum pedal. While double bass pedals are popular, the majority of drummers use single bass drum pedals especially in the jazz, blues, pop, and funk styles. Countless of the world’s most famous drummers got their bass drum sound through use of a single bass drum pedal. These drummers include but are not limited to Buddy Rich, Steve Jordan, John Bonham, and countless others.

In our drum selection for chain drive pedals you can find two types of chain drives, single or double. A double chain drive will create more stability and limit any side to side movement while enhancing the playability. Single chain drives can mostly be found on entry level kick drum pedals or on affordable models that we carry; these are great option for a beginning drummer looking for a quality bass drum pedal that has a good feel and playability.

At N Stuff Music you can find all of the major bass drum pedal manufacturers including Drum Workshop, Tama, PDP, and Pearl. Each of these brands represent the finest in quality and playability of their drum products and have gained great reputations by amateurs and professionals alike for their consistency, quality, and longevity in products.

Among our selection of singe bass drum pedals you will find two different types of footboards available for selection. For the drummer looking for a traditional feel and playability of their bass drum you may want the standard footboard style for the solid heel part and flexibility at the toe. For those of you who want to be able to engage the entire footboard and utilize your heel for bass drum playing the longboard footboard style is right for you. These allow you to combine your heel and toe to play various fast bass drum patterns and will be easier to do than a standard footboard.

N Stuff Music is the place to shop for a great combination of customer service and inventory selection. Despite our vast online platform we are a family-owned business that puts customer value first and foremost. Contact us via our website chat, email, by phone, or visit us at our store’s location. With any questions regarding products or our selection contact one of our drum sales reps today and we will guide you in the right direction.

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