Ddrum Trigger Replacement Transducer for CE Bass Trigger

Item # ED9745005
| Mfg # 5005
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Universal Replacement Transducer for ddrum Triggers. All you have to do is remove your old transducer, stick this onein it's place, and solder the wires to the contacts. Your ddrum Triggerwill be good as new! The replacements dorequire adhesive/glue to stick.
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  • Ddrum Trigger Replacement
  • July 25, 2016
  • By: DAVID

After 20+years, 2 of the original Ddrum trigger transducers had to be replaced. Instead of purchasing brand new Ddrum trigger assemblies, I just replaced them with these transducers and they work great!

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