BIGGEST COUPON OF THE YEAR: 17% off qualifying orders of $99+Shop Now
  • Shop by Category
  • Hot Deals
  • Looking for Coupons? Call us

MF MD HG Backstage Pass Free Shipping 09-30-16
RhythmTech Logo
Product 440734

RhythmTech RT7410 Brass Hat Trick   

  • Write a Review

The RhythmTech RT7410 Brass Hat Trick adds tambourine accents to your percussion when mounted on a hi-hat pull rod. The Hat Trick's light weight and...Read More

We're sorry-this item is unavailable.

Find a similar product below or contact our experts for a recommendation of great alternatives. Call us at 800-449-9128.

Customers Also Viewed:

The RhythmTech RT7410 Brass Hat Trick adds tambourine accents to your percussion when mounted on a hi-hat pull rod. The Hat Trick's light weight and small diameter won't alter the feel of your hi-hat pedal as you develop intricate new patterns to play. Jangles are crafted from brass.


Reviews
Loading....

Review Snapshot

by PowerReviews
 
4.2

(based on 10 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Necessary, but semi-disposable ...

I am a 20-year veteran and cannot do without this item. Drum grooves take on a whole new life when intertwined with the Hat Trick. Accents, builds, refrains; this product really...Read complete review

I am a 20-year veteran and cannot do without this item. Drum grooves take on a whole new life when intertwined with the Hat Trick. Accents, builds, refrains; this product really does help create an entire world of texture in drumming. I'm convinced it has even helped make me a more discerning player. Overall, I prefer the brass over the nickel, but it's really a matter of taste. Now, the downside: It is not meant to be hit with a stick at all- not much anyway. It is meant as an accent piece controlled by hi-hat footwork and nothing more. It WILL eventually break down, piece by piece, whether you strike it or not. However, I've used one for 9 months with only 5 sets of jingles left on it before- no problem. I have tried other products aimed at both striking and footwork and they never felt right- usually too heavy-feeling, awkward, and not as precise. I use a separate mountable tamb for stickwork. Overall, I have probably owned 8-10 of these and I will own 20 more ... unless Rhythm Tech can start making them a little more durable. :)

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

thread trick

I really like the sound of this hat trick, but unfortunately it needs a better method of tightening to the hi-hat shaft. It very easily stripped the threads on the bolt the first week...Read complete review

I really like the sound of this hat trick, but unfortunately it needs a better method of tightening to the hi-hat shaft. It very easily stripped the threads on the bolt the first week I had it! I can find a replacement bolt easily for it, but I think it needs a better system of hooking on to the shaft.

Reviewed by 10 customers

Displaying reviews 1-10

Back to top

 
5.0

Hat Trick!

By J. Lewshenia

from California

Overall,If you want to work out your hi-hat foot-this is the way to go.Do heed the warnings about not using it as a striking tamborine.IT IS NOT MENT OR MADE TO BE HIT WITH A DRUMSTICK! It works off the action of the hi-hat pull rod! It adds a whole new sound of colour to your solo or groove work.So for a small investment-It's great!
Simple set up.Nice construction.
For my money, it's a must have! I own other products from Rhythm Tech and they have excellent customer support!
For lthe price it exceeded my expectations.

 
5.0

Necessary, but semi-disposable ...

By T.

from STL

I am a 20-year veteran and cannot do without this item. Drum grooves take on a whole new life when intertwined with the Hat Trick. Accents, builds, refrains; this product really does help create an entire world of texture in drumming. I'm convinced it has even helped make me a more discerning player. Overall, I prefer the brass over the nickel, but it's really a matter of taste. Now, the downside: It is not meant to be hit with a stick at all- not much anyway. It is meant as an accent piece controlled by hi-hat footwork and nothing more. It WILL eventually break down, piece by piece, whether you strike it or not. However, I've used one for 9 months with only 5 sets of jingles left on it before- no problem. I have tried other products aimed at both striking and footwork and they never felt right- usually too heavy-feeling, awkward, and not as precise. I use a separate mountable tamb for stickwork. Overall, I have probably owned 8-10 of these and I will own 20 more ... unless Rhythm Tech can start making them a little more durable. :)

 
4.0

Great While It Lasts!

By DSF

from Michigan

If you are looking for that extra spice and kick into your hi-hat then this is the key. It adds a nice rhythm and keeps a nice groove into each beat pattern, but of course, the one down fall on it is the fact that it seems to fall apart fairly easily and fairly quickly. You have to be gentle and easy with this product in order to keep it in good shape. I recommend avoiding hard impact hits with the stick. John Bonham had a good way with using this product, but he also had the money to replace them. This shouldn't discourage you from buying this product more as a warning on how to go about the use of it. It's great...while it lasts.

 
2.0

Breakable

By Gravisan

from omaha, NE

Worked great until it began to fall apart after it's first tour. The links that connect to the jingles would just break off when pumping the hi-hat pedal. Not even when hitting the actual hat-trick. I barely used it and I am down to 3 links worth of jingles. Was not a good value.

 
3.0

Luke the drummer guy

By drumguy63

from IN

This wasn't a vary good buy at all. I took it home to play and could barely hear it. The tambourine gets drowned out by the hi hat.

 
5.0

Hi-Hat brass. what a wonderful idea

The hi hat brass is truly a great piece of work. many times during my practices and listening to many assorted musicians play I often wanted a tambourine to enhance my possiblities. the hi hat brass is perfect and reasonably priced. it's much easier, cheaper, and smaller than other tambourines and clamps by itself! where traditional tam's you have to shake them with a free hand or mount them and play them with a stick or mallet, this one you can just use your foot, leaving both hands free to move around. it can be used in the traditional fashion by hitting with a stick and evenly distributes it among all the brass. it also sounds great with your hi hat moving up and down adding incredible color and sound. this is definitely worth the price.

 
5.0

What's there to think about?

By Omi-San

from Malin, OR

Let's face it, you get what you pay for, which is quite a deal in my book. I used a this hat trick years ago when I started playing and have been hooked ever since. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone that just wants to give that subtle something that every drummer needs.

 
5.0

Spice It Up!

By Nathan L.

from Athens, TN

If you want an inexpensive way to completly change the way you play, try this. While some operate it using the foot-pedal, this isn't quite loud enough for me, so I hit it with sticks. It shows no sign of weakening, and if you like playing fast (or slow) this is awesome.Buy It! For this price, you can't go wrong.

 
5.0

sweet

By Cooperman

from colts neck nj

the trick sounds awesome! All you led zeppelin fans out there, this is the trick John bonham used in "song remains the same" during moby dick. u should definitely buy it

 
3.0

thread trick

By sticksplinter

from Olympia, WA

I really like the sound of this hat trick, but unfortunately it needs a better method of tightening to the hi-hat shaft. It very easily stripped the threads on the bolt the first week I had it! I can find a replacement bolt easily for it, but I think it needs a better system of hooking on to the shaft.

Displaying reviews 1-10

Back to top

See All RhythmTech Tambourines
Ship To: US Flag
You are changing the Ship-To country.

Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination.