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Performance and strength.
Rock solid stability achieved by not skimping on material used—the heavy gauge tubing, brace, connector, ball...
Finally, a hat stand for cajon players.
A hi-hat stand that is extremely adjustable, lightweight, and built to stay put. It offers a wide variety of...
This attachment mounts to your existing hi-hat stand to add an additional layer of rhythm to your sound. By...
Versatile and rugged.
Put the double-chik experience to work for you.
6-way set-and-forget tension adjustments remember settings for different styles. Made of lightweight yet...
The hi-hat could very well be the most important cymbal in your set up. It helps you keep the beat and set the tempo, as well as delivering an unmistakable sound that has been a staple in popular music for decades. When playing such a crucial role in your sound, it is important that you make sure your hi-hat is properly set up with a top notch stand. There are a plethora of options to consider when looking for an ideal hi-hat stand. Are you going for a basic set up, or is there a more elaborate style you are hoping to achieve? If you are after the former, you will love the Orange County Drums and Percussion Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand. If the latter, the 9550 Universal Remote Hi-Hat Cymbal System from DM or the 9502LB Hi-Hat Remote might be what you are looking for. Offering the option of setting up your foot peddle in a variety of positions as well as working as a pedal for an auxiliary hi-hat, these stands are able to provide you with incredible sound and style. If you are looking to go in a different direction you may be interested in an attachment piece for your hi-hat stand. This will allow you access to an additional hi-hat for more action in the offbeat. Most attachment pieces will fit on you existing hi-hat stand, allowing you to expand without springing on an entirely new stand. From beginners all the way through to professional players, no drummer's set is complete without a hi-hat. With the proper stand your hi-hat will be sturdy, secure, and ready to play all day long. And when you are ready to take things to the next level, there are plenty of options available to expand your drum kit and musical prowess.