#1
I've heard of triggers mostly used in metal kind of music for the double bass drum. There isn't any post for drum discussion so I posted this here. I'd like to know how much do a trigger cost and how it work, where I can get some and if I need any amps and stuff with it. Thx for your answers!
#2
Be a man and learn double bass @ 320bpm the br00tulz way.
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#3
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I've heard of triggers mostly used in metal kind of music for the double bass drum. There isn't any post for drum discussion so I posted this here. I'd like to know how much do a trigger cost and how it work, where I can get some and if I need any amps and stuff with it. Thx for your answers!


https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/search.php?searchid=2526109

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#4
Quadruple bass drumming is where it's at.
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#6
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Quadruple bass drumming is where it's at.


I thought it only went up to triple. Where do you buy those?
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