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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.
Included with your order: easy to use instructions, cables and connectors for your brand of drum module, and extra lug screws. Tell us if you have classic drums with the reinforcing hoops like those at the bottom of this page.
Some drum modules have a multi-cable rather than several individual cables for your drums. These multi-cables have individual cables that go to each drum but also combine those cables into one multiplug that plugs into your drum module. An example is at left. This presents a need for special barrel couplers from us to connect your Extreme Drums cables to your multi-cable.
If your drum module is a Roland TD-4, TD-9, TD-11, TD-15, TD-25 … or an Alesis DM6, DM7, or DM8, or another brand of drum module with a multi-cable, you will need our cable adapters for the wiring harness that comes with these modules. Be sure to inform us that you need these 1/4" to 1/4" barrel couplers when you order.
If you are converting classic drums from the 50s or 60s and your drums shells have reinforcing hoops on the top and bottom edges of the shells then we will need to know in advance. Here you see two styles of older classic drum shells. Some newer drums also have this type of reinforced shells with the inner hoops.