Are there endorsement opportunities with AfterMarket Percussion Products, Incorporated?
Yes. Please express your interest to be an endorsed artist for The Renzi™ through our Contact Us page.
What drum pedals will the Renzi work with?
Our first manufacturing run of the Renzi has been engineered and designed to fit Drum Workshop® pedals: (DW) 3000, 5000, 6000, 7000, 9000 Series Single and Double Bass Drum Pedal Systems and the newest editions to the DW hardware line; the DW Direct Drive and Machine Chain Drive (MCD) Single and Double Bass Drum Pedal Systems.
We are presently in the pre-engineering phase of designing the Renzi for the Pearl® Eliminator and Tama® Cobra base drum pedal systems. AMPP, Inc. will keep all of our followers and customers informed as to when they can expect the retail launch date for those two additional manufacturer bass drum pedal systems. So stayed tuned for those release dates (which we hope will be within the next year!)
How long does it take to install?
The Renzi is simple to install and comes with everything you need to replace the manufacturer’s steel heel pad and screw/washer set without damage to the parts or pedal.
You will need:
- #2 Phillips Head Screwdriver
- Oven Mittens or Hot Pads for Hand Protection
- Standard Heat Gun: 1200W to 1500W with Low and High Settings
Additional tools required for the direct drive and machine chain drive pedal systems:
- 1/8′ Hex Head Tool
- 3/8″ Open End Wrench or Small Socket Wrench
How much does the Renzi cost?
The Renzi™ start kit includes the R100, R200 and R300 and sells for $149. We also offer a two-kit bundle for $199. The drum and percussion community have the option of installing one, two or three (or a combination thereof) to fit their individual playing style and pedaling technique.