Axis Percussion AXX2 X Series X2 Double Bass Drum Pedal


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The X2 is the double version of the popular AXIS X pedal. This is a pro pedal all the way. It uses the same "zero backlash" linkage mechanism that is used on the NEW AXIS A2 for unmatched control. The pedal can be split apart and used as two independent single pedals.

The AXIS X line of pedals has been designed for the road. There is no cutting corners on this pedal. Like the world famous AXIS A, the "X" is strong and durable. All parts are machined of structural grade aircraft aluminum and steel and the popular wide foot board design has been given a new brushed aluminum finish. You won't find inferior cast parts on this pedal.

The AXIS X is a real workhorse. This is a pedal for the drummer who is comfortable with most of today's popular chain drive pedals, but would like to have more power and control. The improved performance is due in part to the use of multiple ball bearings, improved heel design and the power of direct pull linkage. A "self-centering" spring assembly allows for easy pedal board adjustments.

Standard on all AXIS X pedals is the new and improved extended hex axle. This new innovation makes it possible to turn any 2 single X pedals into a double pedal by simply attaching the new AX-2CK double conversion kit.

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  • Double Bass Pedal
Series X Series
Model AXX2 X2 Double Bass Drum Pedal


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Kickin' the Beats

By Super T

from Kokomo, IN

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  • Responsive
  • Sensitive


  • Bulky

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  • Great for any application

Comments about Axis Percussion AXX2 X Series X2 Double Bass Drum Pedal:

I purchased this very pedal set when in it's first release over 10 years ago. I am a daily player and haven't had even the slightest hint of trouble with this pedal set. I have worn out 4 kick heads and 2 sets of beaters! I have never replaced a part or had a breakdown ever. this pedal set is hands down the most reliable I have ever owned. 15/10.

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Not Worth It

By Adäm

from Connecticut

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  • Light weight
  • Responsive
  • Sensitive


  • No Power
  • Too Quiet

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    Comments about Axis Percussion AXX2 X Series X2 Double Bass Drum Pedal:

    These pedals are light weight and well constructed giving them a very smooth action. The velcro on the bottom is awesome. It takes two hands to pull them off of the carpet! They are fast but not noticeably faster than any other high end pedal. That said, they have some serious problems. First of all they have absolutely no power what so ever. When I play with the band I can't even hear my own kick. I was told the sonic hammers would help, but who wants to pay another $60 when you've already spent $450? If the back rim of you bass drum sits on the ground, like most people's, the pedal will mount at an akward angel with the foot board sticking up in the air. It takes some work to get it to align properly.
    Axis claims they are some of the most adjustable pedals around, but I've found the useful adjustments very limited and most of them are done with wing nuts and allen wrenchs which is a pain. These pedals are not worth the huge price tag, especially since they don't come with the sonic hammers or long boards. I would save some cash and get an Iron Cobra or a DW.

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