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Justinhub2003

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Just ordered a Pearl Eliminator Red line Hi Hat stand.

I’m using an eliminator double pedal and a Pearl eliminator remote hat on my acoustic kit. So LOL I just wanted my pedals to all match and the Tama DynaSync Hi Hat stand has to go.


Though I’m debating on which spare hi hat stand I sell once I get the Pearl... the DynaSync or DW9000 Ex

Like it’s he Dynasync but I do think it’s more stable than the DW on my Alesis Strike Pro kit
 

Justinhub2003

Well-known member
I am so impressed with eliminator remote hi hat stand. It’s literally lag free some how
 

Push pull stroke

Platinum Member
Just ordered a Pearl Eliminator Red line Hi Hat stand.

I’m using an eliminator double pedal and a Pearl eliminator remote hat on my acoustic kit. So LOL I just wanted my pedals to all match and the Tama DynaSync Hi Hat stand has to go.


Though I’m debating on which spare hi hat stand I sell once I get the Pearl... the DynaSync or DW9000 Ex

Like it’s he Dynasync but I do think it’s more stable than the DW on my Alesis Strike Pro kit
I’ve got an older DynaSync, and I like it a little better than my much never Pearl Eliminator Red Line.
 

Justinhub2003

Well-known member
I’ve got an older DynaSync, and I like it a little better than my much never Pearl Eliminator Red Line.


I didn’t think the Dynasync series was that only. Less then 2 years maybe
 

Justinhub2003

Well-known member
It might have been called something different, but it’s definitely got the same mechanism. You can really control the height of the hats really precisely. The Pearl’s almost as good, though.


Yea this particular hi hat stand from Tama is really good. But I’ve always loved the way the eliminators feel.

The Dyna Sync is a direct drive just like pedals Tama released and it works well.

I actually the DW 9000 is the worst performer of the 3. Mostly because it’s far less steady than the others
 

felonious69

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You might want to check those bass drum hoops to see if they're on backwards. They look like the flat side is facing out when it should be the other way around.
Scared me there for a minute...had to check...NOPE, I'm good!
Remember, I went about a month and a half with my bass drum sitting on the floor!!!!! (NOOB)

But YOU GUYS set me right!
DW IS DA GOODS!
 

SomeBadDrummer

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Picked up a 21” A Sweet Ride, a 17” A medium thin crash and a cool old set of 13” Avedis hats that polished up nicely and compliment the 14” sabians. Is it allowed to have two hats and two snares? And two rides?
 

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nicholasBR

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I've been saving for a cymbal set and was contemplating various Sabian or Paiste ranges when suddenly this appeared on a sales website here...
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All Paiste Signatures.14" Heavy High Hats, a 17" Power Crash, an 18" Full Crash, an 18" Power Crash and a 20" Dry Ride. All Yamaha hardware as identified by @MrInsanePolack , thanks for that. I knew the first person to get there was going to buy them so I made damn sure it was me. :)
 

timmdrum

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I've been saving for a cymbal set and was contemplating various Sabian or Paiste ranges when suddenly this appeared on a sales website here...
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All Paiste Signatures.14" Heavy High Hats, a 17" Power Crash, an 18" Full Crash, an 18" Power Crash and a 20" Dry Ride. All Yamaha hardware as identified by @MrInsanePolack , thanks for that. I knew the first person to get there was going to buy them so I made damn sure it was me. :)
Wellllll, that stick holder on the right is a ProMark... ?‍♂️:LOL:
 

spleeeeen

Platinum Member
I've been saving for a cymbal set and was contemplating various Sabian or Paiste ranges when suddenly this appeared on a sales website here...
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All Paiste Signatures.14" Heavy High Hats, a 17" Power Crash, an 18" Full Crash, an 18" Power Crash and a 20" Dry Ride. All Yamaha hardware as identified by @MrInsanePolack , thanks for that. I knew the first person to get there was going to buy them so I made damn sure it was me. :)
Jingle game is STRONG.
 

Quai34

Junior Member
I am so impressed with eliminator remote hi hat stand. It’s literally lag free some how
Hi, I'm super happy to hear that because I have one waiting for me to pick it up at the store and I was hesitating a lot about the lag... But it was a really good price, way less than the DWmor the Tama so, thanks for the info
 

Quai34

Junior Member
Picked up a 21” A Sweet Ride, a 17” A medium thin crash and a cool old set of 13” Avedis hats that polished up nicely and compliment the 14” sabians. Is it allowed to have two hats and two snares? And two rides?
Hi yes ,it is allowed, I have too snare, same position as you but my second hat is at 12h30 pm, just above and between the 12 and the 13" toms. And the 3rd hihat is at 1h30, under the ride and above the 16" floor tom...
 

Quai34

Junior Member
So, finally, it has landed from Montreal, Tama Star Reserve Plain Sedan 14X6.5". I had put a down deposit on it end of December or early January knowing that my tax return will help me to buy it. I read there that they have only made 40 of them, it sounds awesome, it came with a medium tuning at F#3 which is perfect as my other Star Reserve Maple is at A, so, a 3rd minor apart, they are perfect.
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