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Tama Stage Master 3 Leg Hi-Hat Stand

Tama Stage Master 3 Leg Hi-Hat Stand

SKU: HH45WN
Regular price $209.00 AUD
Regular price $249.00 AUD Sale price $209.00 AUD
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Tama Stage Master 3 Leg Hi-Hat Stand

At Drummers Paradise we have a great range of Tama hi-hat stands, available both instore and online through our webstore!

The new Stage Master hi-hat stand with double braced legs features direct pull action. The Swivel Foot feature allows the foot pedal to rotate around the tripod base, greatly enhancing set-up flexibility.

Features

  • Direct Pull Action
  • Double Braced Legs
  • Swivel Foot
  • Non-Loosening Tension Rod
  • Toe Guard
  • Security Clutch
  • Height Adjustment Range: 670mm-950mm

Swivel Foot

Since the foot pedal can be rotated around the tripod base, the Swivel Foot feature greatly expands floor space and set-up flexibility.

Non-Loosening Tension Rod

The nylon insulator at the end of the rod prevents the rod prevents the rod from loosening as well as the noise caused by metal-to-metal contact.

Toe Guard

The plastic cover protects the chain from toe action and vice versa.

Newly Designed Die-Cast Joint

The new Die-Cast Joint design provides a more solid attachment by holding the tube with a Nylon Bushing that is secured by the T-bolt. This reduces any play within the stand, which in turn maximizes the instrument's natural resonance.

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