Nyko Metal Pedal Review

Nyko Metal Pedal Review
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 /><strong>The Gadget</strong>: Nyko Metal Pedal, a Rock Band/Guitar Hero replacement pedal.</p>
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<p><strong>The Price</strong>: $US20</p><br />
<p><strong>The Verdict</strong>: I like it more than the standard Rock Band (2) drum pedal, but probably not for the reasons you’d think. The Metal Pedal, for all of its hardcore skeleton styling, doesn’t feel sturdier than the latest Rock Band stock pedal. Sure, it’s called the Metal Pedal, but 80% or more of it is still made of plastic. The metal is in thin plating only.</p><br />
<p>But my size 12 feet appreciated the wider footbed, and the pedal’s springs were looser than those you find in the Rock Band pedal—meaning it was easier to activate the bass drum which alleviated my puny shin muscles during quick passages.<br /> <img src=” https: all> <br /> <img src=
 /> It Has a Skeleton On It<br clear=
 /> Build Quality Not Noticeably Better Than Stock Pedal<br clear=
[Nyko]