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RhythmTech RT7402 Double Hat Trick
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The 16-jingle RhythmTech Double Hat Trick has twice as many jingles as the original Hat Trick. The jingles are crafted from nickel and the Hat Trick'...Read More
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Double your jingles!
The 16-jingle RhythmTech Double Hat Trick has twice as many jingles as the original Hat Trick. The jingles are crafted from nickel and the Hat Trick's frame is steel with a black powder-coat finish. Mount your RT7402 Double Hat Trick above a hi-hat pair and add some accents to your percussion.
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I was quite pleased with my buy. These offer a little flavor to my open hi-hats. They sound cool whether I hit my hats or just stomp my foot pedal.A great way to spice up your kit!
I got this in and it already had a piece that had broken off. Didn
I have just replaced my old one as it finally broke after 30 plus years. Look, the thing is NOT a tambourine, it's a sound effect for drum solos or a little extra punch from a hi-hat chink. You are not supposed to hit the thing with sticks. I loved my old one and this one is a little more sturdy. You can still close your hat and get just the hat chink or put a little more foot in it and get the Hat Trick to sing out. I have used this thing forever. If you like that Bonham Moby Dick Solo and want to mimic that sound, this is the only way to go..Absolutely a must have for serious drummers that love playing Zep.. I have tried for too many years to find the exact one that Bonzo used and being in the US Navy for over 20 years, believe me, I have looked all over the world.. This is the closest thing you will find to it and it sounds great.
This is a beefed up model of the old ching ring. It is not intended to be hit with a stick. It was made to voice itself while the hi-hat is being "chicked" with your foot. Listen to Led Zeppelin's Moby Dick and see why Bonham used one.
They have a good bright sound. Perfect for any kind of music in my opinion. Overall good thing to have for your kit.
Im not a heavy hitter still this product has a very limited use, you cant hit it or play stick patterns, if you do, surely youll break the small metal bars that hold the jingles (as it happened to me). This is a low quality product, and isnt very useful....... unless you use it as an effect exclusively when you close your hi-hat.
16 pairs of jingles? I never thought a set like this would be! The nickel plating on these jingles gives a long a low resonance that lingers in the ear. The craftsmanship is obvious, and the black powder-coat finish really balances out the high tones. For an extra kick, record the tones from this jingle with a kick mic. The best thing is that these jingles make my high hat more warm. Awesome jingles; look great, too; thanks guys!
Sounds awesome especially for Moby Dick by Zeppelin. You dont have to move the rod quickly just stomp the pedal like Bonzo.
I only give an 8 on quality, 'cause I really have to get the hat rod moving pretty quickly in order to make any jingle happen, but it could be that lighter jingles wouldn't hold up well enough. Otherwise, they've been great! Bear in mind, you will probably need to play with your hat unstuck to the rod, or learn some picky footwork to avoid shutting the hat when you jingle and to avoid jingling when you just want to shut the hat, but it can be done. If anyone has questions on it, drop me a line, and I apoligize in advance if Hotmail thinks your mail is junk! :( Have fun, everyone!