Millenium HH-902 Pro Series Hi-Hat

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Hi-Hat Stand

  • Pro Series
  • 2-Legs
  • Double-braced stand
  • Patented cymbal incline with tuning nut
  • Memory clamp
  • Chain connection between pedal and hi-hat stand
  • Rotating pedal
  • Sturdy, professional pedal
  • Height adjustable from 80 - 100 cm
Incl. Base Plate No
Adjustable Spring Tension Yes
HiHat Machine 2-legs Yes
Cable-HiHat No
Disponível desde Agosto 2005
número de artigo 180212
€ 75
IVA incluído, € 20 de portes de envio adicionais
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Millenium HH-902 Pro Series Hit-Hat
palf_2 19.09.2016
Simplesmente Fantástico produto muito satisfeito e muito versáteis.
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Plutonius 19.11.2020
Muito boa relação qualidade/preço. Estável e seguro
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The 901-902 series hardware is all awesome
Anónimo 28.06.2016
Nice stand. Should have got a three foot model as it is a bit jumpy on uneven surfaces. Knocks spots out of everything else at this price point though. Lots of plastic on it which is a shame, but all the big names are guilty of that at 3-4 times the price.

Clutch and internal rod is a slightly larger size than other stands I've used? Not been a problem using the clutch on other stands, but finding a replacement rod should I bend it might prove difficult.

Not as responsive as the one I use at the studio (Pearl?) but getting better the more I fiddle with it. As it stands it is basically fully closed within the first inch or two of movement meaning the rest of the pedal movement is irrelevant, further pressure just squashes the hats so it is hard to get a good stomp on it without them choking unless you get your foot entirely off the pedal at lightening speed.

The one at the the studio is closed only when almost flat on the floor and opens about the same amount over not quite the entire pedal travel so you can really stomp on it and get some volume because even while your heels are still down they are up and sustaining where as the Millennium you've really got to get your foot completely up and off that pedal.

Also it is kind of high, I'm tall and sit high, but like snare and hats low down and this stand could do with adjusting a few inches lower for me (I'm 6'2", either I drum with poor posture, or this is for giants). It isn't a massive issue though.
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Surprisingly good!
Bockwurst 04.03.2020
We purchased this one to keep in the rehearsal room so that our drummer wouldn't have to tear down half of his kit every time.
He wanted a stand with two legs because the third always gets in the way. Turns out he likes this one so much he takes it with him on every gig we play.
So it's definitely road worthy, it stays where you put it (without velcro) and is easily (re)assembled.
It does not feel cheap, the pedal moves smoothly as does the rod and it has an fine-adjustment but we haven't had the need to use it.
We now have it for only about 5 months so it may be a little too early to talk about the future but it certainly looks promising. We play Thrash metal so it takes a lot of beating ;)
And at this price? No hesitation!
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