The DFP-9500D is a direct drive double pedal, with a solid cast link between the rocker shaft and the footboards. The direct drive "pushes" the footboards back on rebound, giving the pedal a quicker response. Many drummers that play heel-down prefer the ...
The DFP-9500D is a direct drive double pedal, with a solid cast link between the rocker shaft and the footboards. The direct drive "pushes" the footboards back on rebound, giving the pedal a quicker response. Many drummers that play heel-down prefer the feel of a direct drive. The DFP-9500D has adjustments for beater angle, footboard angle, and spring tension. The pedal frames have stabilizer bars cast into them below the rocker shafts to eliminate flex. This keeps the bearings in alignment and gives the pedal a smooth feel. The hole in the beater hubs are tear drop shaped so it securely holds the beater shafts and keeps the new two-sided beaters from spinning. The new beater is felt on one side, and hard plastic on the other. The side-adjustable hoop clamp holds firmly to different thickness hoops, and tightens with a wing bolt. The DFP-9500D ships in a hard sided soft case to keep the universal joints, beaters, and pedals together for transport.
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|Yamaha Base Plate||Yes|
|Yamaha's Flame Design||Yes|
|BD Hoop Clamp System||Yes|
|Footboard Angle Adjustment||Yes|
|Tear Drop Beater Shaft Rocker||Yes|
|Beater Angle Adjustment||Yes|
|Spring Roller with Bearings||Yes|
|Spring Tension Adjustment Lock System||Yes|
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Comments about Yamaha dfp9500d:
I am very sad with my double pedal, big issue with the screws, the dive shaft has two bolts on each side that connects the drive shaft to the pedal...one of each side were eaten in a period of a mount and weeks later the inside screws of one side of the drive shaft was eaten, so the bolt enters with no need to screw and does not hold the drive saft from streching. I sended to the tecnical support and unfortunally i'm still waiting for a response for mounts. Its the top of the Yamaha line of pedals and it don't last a mount and one of the tecnicians says that maybe it would not enter the warrenty. How can that be???