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Pintech Tube Drum Trigger Pads

4.88 out of 5
8 Reviews

$70.00$95.00 $55.00$75.00


This patented tubular trigger is a perfect compact, rugged companion to ANY electronic drum kit! Takes up less room than a few pairs of drum sticks, and can be set to play anything your module can provide.  This is also the perfect tool to integrate with an acoustic kit for loops, gates, and just about anything! Or use them on your electronic kit as a pad, cowbell or auxiliary!

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Product Description

This patented tubular trigger is a perfect compact, rugged companion to ANY electronic drum kit! Takes up less room than a few pairs of drum sticks, and can be set to play anything your module can provide.  This is also the perfect tool to integrate with an acoustic kit for loops, gates, and just about anything! Or use them on your electronic kit as a pad, cowbell or auxiliary!

The body is constructed out of 100% metal, and then powder coated to ensure complete durability.  Topped with a rubber strike pad to increase rebound and reduce noise.  Internally, these are engineered with our world class trigger systems. Backed by our lifetime limited warranty!
Includes our Pintech multi-clamp for easy installation!

  • Rugged all-metal construction
  • Excellent tracking and response
  • Compatible with all popular trigger modules
  • Mounts easily with the included multi-clamp
  • Exclusive Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • American Made by Pintech

Additional Information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 7 x 2 x 1 in
Choose Color:

Black, Red, Chrome

Choose Size:

6″ Tube, 12″ Tube

8 reviews for Pintech Tube Drum Trigger Pads

  1. Post
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    brad
    5 out of 5

    I bought two of these things to use as auxiliary percussion triggers. As it turns out, I really only need one percussion effect per song, and my module is easy to swap them out as needed, so I was left with one useless trigger pad… or so I thought. I got an idea from looking at the Zildjian Zil-bells in my local music shop. I now have the spare one below my crash, to function as another ride bell. This is great, it gives me access to a bell on either side, and I really can do a lot with it!All in all, great product. Only problem I had with it was that the clamp seemed to slip down the shaft of my cymbal stand that it was mounted on, but that was easily fixed by putting a rubber band in the opening, and now it works great. 🙂

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    Anon
    5 out of 5

    I have a Roland V-Drums kit, and wanted an additional trigger input I could map percussion effects to. This mounted solidly, can be positioned in-between other pads, and has performed very well! I like the feel of it, and the triggering seems awsome. If I had a couple more inputs, I’d buy acouple more!

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    william
    5 out of 5

    As I mentioned previously, these have good build quality and excellent sensitivity. Plus you can fit them into nooks and crannies around an acoustic drum kit.
    I recently purchased four dingbat tubular pads and am not disappointed. I am running them into an Alternative Mode MIDI KITI controller which is triggering sounds from a Roland R8M. Thanks to the MIDI KITI the sensitivity is excellent and everything seems to be solidly built.
    The dingbats look like they’re built to handle normal playing for quite a long time. I’ve used them in a live situation and appreciated the rubberized playing surface, which keeps stick contact noise to a minimum.
    Good value. One of the less expensive options for triggering sounds.

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    coco
    5 out of 5

    this is the right kind of pad for emulating the many hard-surface drumkit addons, cowbell for certain, but also wood blocks and other things like that. i also prefer to use this for ballad/mellow rimshot sounds so i can keep my snare rim as-is a hard & loud rimpop not the mellow kind. i love this thing. fwiw my kit is a roland TD12 in which the brain died and i now use an alesis DM10 brain.

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    Pete
    4 out of 5

    Own 2pr. and have loved them. Tracking is good, velocity sensitivity would be a nice addition to an already great product. I’m replacing my TC series cymbals with these, mainly due to construction and reliability.

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    Percussive One
    5 out of 5

    I use 4 of these on 2 of my kits (2 live 2 studio). They are used to trigger samples from either side of the kit. These are great and don’t take up much space at all. I do use the Hart hammers as well, but tend to favor these for tiggering. I like the fact that its shape allows it to be placed anywhere and not be a bother to the surroundings.

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    Matt
    5 out of 5

    I got a whole set of these used with 2 snares and i love it! They are small, which is handy for my setup, and they are generally easy to hit.

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    Mark
    5 out of 5

    Bought red for better visibility, great idea! Great compact single trigger pad type that delivers, especially for the price. Trigger is very responsive even with velocity, using this with a Roland TD 8. Fantastic way to add E-percussions like wood blocks or cowbells, etc… Already had some serious practice sessions with it, it plays easy and responds! I’d recommend this for any drummer using E-Drums looking to add flexibility for multiple special percussion types but not wanting to buy each and find the space to locate them all.

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