* NEW *Jobeky 4 spoke dual zone trigger v2.0

from £66.00




3 and 4 spoke trigger system which can be fitted to any toms or snares with 8 or 10 lug configuration. The new trigger is made from laser-cut steel with high-quality Gloss white finish for life long durability, easy to fit and can be removed.

  • Dual-zone head and rim
  • Adjustable central trigger
  • High-quality laser cut steel with white gloss durable finish for lifelong durability
  • Comes with brackets to fit to your toms/snare (M4)
  • Works with Roland, MimicPro and Alesis strike modules



4 reviews for * NEW *Jobeky 4 spoke dual zone trigger v2.0

  1. 5 out of 5

    SSymes (verified owner)

    I have been using the Jobeky 4 spoke trigger for a couple of months now and thought I’d write a brief overview of my experiences.

    It is being used on a 14” Snare shell in my teaching studio. I have over 40 students per week who play on this drum, triggering various VST drum libraries.
    It has not shown any sign of failing since installation. The performance has been spot on.

    Firstly, it was a breeze to set up. Everything dropped into my drum shell as expected and only minimal adjustment was required to get the top of the foam cylinder just above the bearing edge height. The only tool required was a screw driver. Everything else is done by the included thumb screws. Simple!

    Next, I installed the appropriate cabling and fed it through the air vent. Within a few moments I was tweaking my module settings (TD30) and playing the drum.
    At this point, I’d suggest it’s worth understanding how your module settings work and how you’d like the drum to “feel”. It may take you some time to get everything to your liking but it’s certainly worth it.
    One thing I had to do was lower the trigger a bit. The foam was perhaps a bit stiff for the head to press down, likely because it’s cylindrical. Once I did this the everything improved significantly.

    The rim, head and positional sensing (if supported) are excellent. The drum is very sensitive and responds very well dynamically. I’d also suggest the Jobeky rim protector if you want to keep the volume down, and of course their mesh heads are worth looking at too.

    Be prepared to adjust a few setting in your module and you really will have a great electronic solution.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Samuel Einsohn (verified owner)

    Outstanding trigger. I’ve tried em all including multiple DIY projects like the “cake pan build” but have never been able to match the dynamics and feel of a premium manufactured pad. This trigger was my last try before splurging on a td-27 and the digital snare. I’m glad I didn’t waste my money because this thing works really really well with 3 ply heads on my TD-12 and on my eDrumin 10 (a new module worth looking into) both using the PD125BK settings. I’m still working on getting the positional sensing dialed in 100% but I’m pretty close.

    Happy drumming from the USA!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Ruhrup (verified owner)

    Had a 10” Alesis dual zone snare pad die on me and figured I’d see what converting an acoustic snare would cost. Turns out, it’s about $25 cheaper than buyer a new dual zone electronic one.

    Having a part ship from UK and show up to my house in the Midwest of the USA in a mere 3 days was absolutely mind blowing.

    Not only is this trigger much more sensitive than the Alesis one, it catches ghost notes that i had always played but never heard. Be warned, this trigger WILL have hot spotting. I made some adjustments to the sensitivity and curve of the snare in the Alesis module, which has gotten rid of a good bit of it.

    All in all, I will definitely be buying more from Jobeky on my journey to converting an acoustic kit to electric.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Stephen M Tennis (verified owner)

    Like the others have said above, these triggers perform great after some drum module adjustments. Have a 14″ for my snare, ghost notes respond great. Hot spotting is and issue, but I haven not fully tweaked the setting in my module (older TD9). Definitely would recommend these triggers if you are looking to go the DIY hybrid route.

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