Yamaha HH740 hi-hat stand is a great single-braced, rotating-leg stand for under $100.Yes NCC, that's what I was wondering about. At first I thought 2-leg was what I wanted but after looking closer and doing some measuring, I think a 3-leg with a leg that rotates would be great. Now to go find one under $100.
No problem. The stand referenced in the drawing is a Sonor Designer. Sonor still carries this feature with their new 600 Series hardware, but the cost of that stand is over $330. They do show up used once in awhile but not often.Wow NCC, now that would solve me problem - again, a bit more research needed on my behalf.
3 leg will always be the sturdiest. if it were me i would get Yamaha 740.OKAY, still beating this dead horse.
Like I said, I’m looking at adding a VH-11 hi hat to my Roland TD-15 vDrum kit. Based on recommendations here, I am considering either the PDP HH820 (2-leg), PDP HH700 (3-leg), or the Yamaha HS-740A (3-leg).
Originally, because of limited space, I was sure I wanted a 2-leg stand. However, I was not aware of the rotating legs. So now I’m looking closer at a 3-leg stand. This stand will stay put and I am not a heavy hitter.
So my questions -- Do you think the 2-leg will work or would you suggest staying with a 3-leg? If 3-leg, is it the PDP 820 or the Yammie 740?