#1
I know, yet another question regarding pedals. I think this one is different, though.

When I play, my pedals make noise, not when hitting the bass triger (I have an electric kit), but rather when the footboard hits the base of the pedal.

Is this normal? How the f*uck can I prevent this?

I mean, when you have an electric kit and you still make too much noise, it really sucks.

Thanks guys.
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#3
Have you checked the bolts holding the cleats to the bottom of your shoes,
or did the bike shop check this? My experience is that the noises are often
caused by cleat problems rather than pedal problems. So, that's what I'd
check first. Next I'd check to make sure that the cleats aren't worn out.
They need to have enough material to hold in the "jaws" on the pedal. Even a
little walking wears Look cleats out fast. I use Kool Covers, which are
rubber covers you slip over your cleats anytime you have to walk at all. I
just carry them in my jersey pocket. They work great to save the cleats and
help you not slip on slippery floors, too.
#4
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Quote by NUMAS
I know, yet another question regarding pedals. I think this one is different, though.

When I play, my pedals make noise, not when hitting the bass triger (I have an electric kit), but rather when the footboard hits the base of the pedal.

Is this normal? How the f*uck can I prevent this?

I mean, when you have an electric kit and you still make too much noise, it really sucks.

Thanks guys.
What pedal is it? Can you raise the pedalboard at all?
#5
Quote by joniyy
Have you checked the bolts holding the cleats to the bottom of your shoes,
or did the bike shop check this? My experience is that the noises are often
caused by cleat problems rather than pedal problems. So, that's what I'd
check first. Next I'd check to make sure that the cleats aren't worn out.
They need to have enough material to hold in the "jaws" on the pedal. Even a
little walking wears Look cleats out fast. I use Kool Covers, which are
rubber covers you slip over your cleats anytime you have to walk at all. I
just carry them in my jersey pocket. They work great to save the cleats and
help you not slip on slippery floors, too.

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I don't know whether it is an adbot or not, but either way this one's not getting repoted. We need more posts like this