TAMA Artist Dirk Verbeuren shares his thoughts and experience with the new Dyna-Sync pedals

TAMA Artist Dirk Verbeuren shares his thoughts and experience with the new Dyna-Sync pedals



[Applause] [Applause] growing up you know I always play chain guard petals pretty much since I started it's always been my preference because whenever I tried direct petals they felt too light they were great for playing fast which I love doing but they kind of like for me when it comes to playing slower stuff and I've tried different brands over the years people would be like hey check this check that you know I was always kind of walking right down like that's not really funny but the dinah saying the thing that's awesome is that you can have the in-between option so they're what I like the most about is how adjustable they are and and how easily you can kind of go from the chain-drive feel in my ktandsteve to rubber which I've been playing for some years kind of go from that in the direction of direct drive as little or as much as you want [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] being a tonne aficionado one of the things I love about samba is how sturdy and reliable Tomasz gear is whether it's the drums or all the hardware is just for me it's out of everything I've tried it some beautiful [Applause] [Applause] compared to some other other petals I know where you can also adjust them a lot but it takes a little bit more I would say hey try this because it's super clean super easy and it brings all the sturdiness and the reliability of tama hardware into the picture you

2 Comments

  • FanaticalDrummer says:

    I hope Tama links up with JinJer’s drummer Vlad since he already plays Tama. Hes so tight and solid. He plays such a simple kit but he’s really grabbing waves of attention since joining the band. Solid drummer.

  • Malangfire Jumper says:

    Dirkkk

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