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5935 State Road 44

Martinsville, IN 46151

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New & Improved

Recently redesigned and improved Extreme Drums Triggers are more sensitive and more durable than ever before, giving you greater performance, both now and for years to come. Now you can have the most sensitive drum triggers available today ... along with all cables needed to hook them up to any drum module you choose.


You can quickly and safely install Extreme Drums Triggers inside your drums in just minutes per drum.


And our Custom-Built Triggers  come supplied with all the connecting cables you need to connect your drums to your drum module or trigger-to-MIDI converter.  We will also be available, both before and after the sale to help answer any questions you may have about converting your church drums.


30-Day Satisfaction or Money-Back Guarantee, plus a 5-Year Repair or Replacement Warranty. 


Order your Extreme Drums Triggers today and turn your drums into the best feeling and best responding electronic drums you've ever played.


Installing Extreme Drums Triggers

Installing a X-1 Trigger


1. Take the top drum head off and loosen the lug screws where the trigger will be installed.



       2. Slide the trigger bracket under both screws as shown. Some drums only have one screw per lug. In this case it is okay to use just one screw per bracket to attach each trigger. If the lug screws aren’t long enough use the enclosed M4.70 metric screws. They are the type used on almost all drum lugs. If your drums don’t use metric screws, take one of the lugs to a local hardware store to find longer replacement screws if needed.




3. Position the head trigger so that it sticks up above the edge of the drum slightly when looking across the top of the drum. Then tighten the lug screws to secure the trigger in place.  After the mesh head is attached you will see a very slight bulge in the head where the trigger pushes against the underside of the head.




4. Next, feed the small plug of the connecting cable through the vent hole of your drum.



5. Then plug it into the jack on the trigger.



6. Make sure the plug fits into the jack as far as it will goIt must be inserted completely!  After that put a mesh head and the drum rim back on. Tighten the tenshion screws so the head is fairly tight.



7. Attach the clamp that fits around the connecting cable jack to a tension screw on the bottom rim.



9. Plug one end of the included 10-foot cable into the jack and plug the other end of that cable into your drum module.


10. If you are using a Roland TD-4, TD-9, TD-11, or TD-15 drum module or an Alesis DM6 or DM8 drum module you will need special adapters to connect your converted acoustic drums instead of the 10-foot cables we supply for all other drum modules. These Roland and Alesis drum modules come with a special wiring harness that is a combined multi-cable. The multi-cables have individual 1/4 " plugs for plugging into each drum or cymbal pad and a computer-type plug that combines all the cables together to plug into the drum module. If you use one of these drum modules we will include our special adapter cables that allow you to connect to your drum module’s mult-cable. When you order your triggers be sure to let us know if you will be using one of the above Roland or Alesis drum modules so we can send you the proper cables.