Worship Product Highlight: Pintech RS-5 Triggers

Adding electronic triggers to your drum kit can do a lot for you and your band-mates. There are a LOT of choices out there, so why would you want to choose a Pintech RS-5 drum trigger? Let’s go over some of the benefits!


Pintech’s RS-5 triggers are some of the easiest triggers to install.  You simply peel and stick them on… That’s it!  Pintech utilizes a specially formulated sound transfer adhesive that will not leave any residue, but will stick on to whatever you want – and won’t ever come off unless you want it to!


When someone says “drum trigger”, you most likely think of a trigger that goes on a drum… Well, what if you could stick that same trigger on a cowbell, or a woodblock, or a tambourine?  The Pintech RS-5 trigger will literally go on just about ANY musical instrument, allowing you to get creative in how you use it.  You can also stick the RS-5 on the drum shell, or inside of your drum.  They are 100% universal, and will work with any and all popular modules.


Our RS-5 triggers are used by some of the best drummers in the world, and some of those drummers are known to be heavy-hitters.  Drummers like Chris Adler (Lamb of God), Rick Allen (Def Leppard), Rob Bourdon (Linkin Park), Keith Harris (Black Eyed Peas) and many more use our RS-5 triggers because they simply work.  Those guys can use ANYTHING they want, but they choose Pintech because they know that our triggers are going to perform when they need them to.  They don’t have to worry about them breaking in the middle of playing for tens of thousands of fans.


The RS-5 drum trigger is one of the smallest triggers in the world.  Having a small form-factor allows you to place the trigger virtually anywhere you want, while not having to worry about it being in the way.  Plus, you don’t have to worry about it looking bad on your traditional looking drum kit.


RS-5 triggers make the PERFECT hybrid trigger.  Looking for a little more “boom” in your bass drum?  Combine your bass drum with our trigger!  Maybe you want a reverb effect on your snare only?  They work perfect with mesh OR acoustic drum heads, along with cymbals and many other things!