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Ameer27 05-12-2013 11:53 AM

How can I get a second set of hi-hats?
 
I've seen Kai Hahto of Wintersun playing a second set of hi-hats on his right (13 inch maybe?), and I really liked the idea.

Now I'm thinking to get a second set too. But I just don't know what you need for them. Like, what kind of stand, any other special items or tools.

If someone can tell me how I can get it done, I'd be much glad. :) Links would be much much appreciated.

The set I'm thinking to get is a Wuhan 13". Anywhere I can buy them for cheap with worldwide shipping?

Thanks a lot in advance.

Drumolator 05-12-2013 01:54 PM

Re: How can I get a second set of hi-hats?
 
Go to the Gibraltar hardware website: they have just about every type of drum hardware there is. You need an attachment for an X hat. Peace and goodwill.

alparrott 05-12-2013 03:26 PM

Re: How can I get a second set of hi-hats?
 
Most people with right-side hi-hats mount them one of two ways: on an x-hat (stationary, doesn't open or close except by hand) or a remote cabled hi-hat (works just like your regular hi-hat stand).

Gibraltar sells a pretty decent x-hat; or, if you prefer, they sell a little threaded deal that fits on a cymbal boom you already have.
http://www.massmusic.net/shop/images...5-37202_th.jpg http://static.musiciansfriend.com/de...lar_446304.jpg

As for remote hi-hats, Pearl, DW and Yamaha are the big sellers of those devices.
http://static.musiciansfriend.com/de...unted_fade.jpg

Memphis Drum Shop does international shipping, and I know they carry Wuhan products. Check with them for applicable restrictions.

porter 05-12-2013 04:37 PM

Re: How can I get a second set of hi-hats?
 
If you're getting an independent one, also look at the Tama MXA53. It's a non-foot-operated one but it has a little spring-loaded lever that lets you put the hi-hats in a closed (tight) position or an open position. Here's a video.

Ameer27 05-13-2013 11:43 AM

Re: How can I get a second set of hi-hats?
 
Thank you guys for the help. I think now I know how to get it done. I liked the Tama one most though. Guess I'll get that. :)

Thanks again to everyone.


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