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TAMA HH75W RoadPro Series Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand
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Tama's Roadpro Series gives you the roadworthy drum hardware you need at a price that's musician-friendly! The HH75W hi-hat stand is quick to set up ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Double-braced for extra strength!
Tama's Roadpro Series gives you the roadworthy drum hardware you need at a price that's musician-friendly! The HH75W hi-hat stand is quick to set up and tear down and features heavy-duty double-braced legs with rubber feet to keep your cymbals stable and secure. With a new 5-year warranty and lower price, it's a tough stand to beat!
- Footboard angle adjuster
- 5-way tension adjustment
- Non-loosening tension rod
- Swivel foot
- Spare-the-rod tension rod protector
- Steel insert nut
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I replaced a dw9000 with this stand on an emergency buy and liked it better. smooth, quick adjustments and very stable. Just don't throw it off stage too hard, it has some plastic pieces.
easy to set up. very stable. very nice.
It is a really good stand. The Tama HH75W RoadPro stand is very durable, and if you take it on the road it hold up to the abuse. I personally like the swivel footboard, because I also use Iron Cobra Double Pedals. Because it being "three legged" instead of "two legged," I feel that is more stable for the type of playing I do.
I probably waited too long to replace my old high hat but I'm pleased with this one. Great value and good quality. The only problem I've had is that it doesn't fit in my trap case and I left it behind once. I travel light and it's one more package to pack but I wouldn't change my purchase decision on that.
I've owned my Tama Misty Chrome Rockstar kit for seven years and the original RoadPro hardware has held up very well. Aside from lack of cleanning they are as good as the day they were purchased. I've played live and recorded with them many times and they've never failed in any situation. The hi- hat stand is much more adjustable than any standard I've ever used and very durable. Don't settle for less, buy the best name in drums; buy Tama!
I originally wanted an Iron Cobra hihat stand to match my '07 Rolling Glides, but after seeing the price difference I decided that this was the way to go. The features are incredible for the price--it's remarkably sturdy, the tension adjustment is innovative and slick, and yes, this one's legs rotate, providing well for double pedal accommodation. You will love this if you're looking for a good, sturdy, relatively inexpensive stand, and especially if you're upgrading from stock hardware. The only thing I would change is to throw a drop clutch on it. A+!
I recently bought this hi-hat stand to replace my old, weak, stock stand that was over 20 years old. This one is very nice, very adjustable being the fact I just got a Iron Cobra double pedal, the legs rotate, enabling me to adjust my left bass pedal right next to it. I added Gibralter's drop clutch, and now it's bomber! Very good price for a heavy duty stand! Tama has some great products out there today!
If you are buying this as a stand-alone or if you received it in a package, plan on replacing it. The chain drive on mine keeps breaking and I now have it wired together. It's really great when the chain drive falls apart during a live performance and with this stand, it has many times. You are supposed to spend your time between sets (I play 4 hour shows) relaxing. With this stand, plan on spending your breaks rigging the thing back together and hope that it does not break during the next set. Don't even bother with this piece of junk.