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Manual I purchased a slightly used Tama Speed Cobra double bass pedal on ebay. Opened it up, put it together, and gave it a trial run. No problem. THEN - I took it to a gig, and the little rubber thing on the right side of the connecting rod came off and I couldn't put it together! Good thing I took a spare single pedal, which got me through the night. I was under extreme time pressure, and this was a horrible experience and a frustrating way to play thru the night. Can anyone direct me to somewhere that I can find SPECIFIC information on assembling the connecting pedal? i.e. do springs go on first, or second? which way does the little rubber thing face? etc. Thanks! Frank in NM

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It may not be a diagram, but sometimes, videos work wonders!!!

Here's how to put it together.


Hope that helps!

Posted on Feb 12, 2011

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