Best way to have hi hat pedal positioned with double pedal

nikksdead

Member
I haven't tried swapping the left pedal to be clamped on the bass, (all honesty wouldn't want to but open) and don't wanna mess with electric hi hats. Any suggestions?
 

MrInsanePolack

Platinum Member
A two legged hi hat stand, or a three legged stand that rotates, will allow you to put your hat and slave pedals right next to each other.

If your three legged stand does not rotate, there is a good chance it can be made to do so.
 

nikksdead

Member
A two legged hi hat stand, or a three legged stand that rotates, will allow you to put your hat and slave pedals right next to each other.

If your three legged stand does not rotate, there is a good chance it can be made to do so.
Thank you, but by rotating hi hat you mean what exactly?
 

MrInsanePolack

Platinum Member
Thank you, but by rotating hi hat you mean what exactly?
The legs. It allows you to do this:

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See how the legs are rotated off to the left side? You can nest the slave bass pedal right next to the right side of the hi hat pedal.

A non rotating stand can usually be made to do this. Not always, but usually. You just remove the screw/rollpin/allen bolt from the bottom collar of the tripod. You can now rotate the tripod.
 

nikksdead

Member
The legs. It allows you to do this:

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See how the legs are rotated off to the left side? You can nest the slave bass pedal right next to the right side of the hi hat pedal.

A non rotating stand can usually be made to do this. Not always, but usually. You just remove the screw/rollpin/allen bolt from the bottom collar of the tripod. You can now rotate the tripod.
Oh ok thanks so much man, big help. Much appreciated.
 
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