For the big-hitting pros who need hardware that will stand up to a pounding night after night, Mapex have released their Armory series of stands that are readily equipped to handle the task night after night. The H800EB hi-hat stand is the perfect partner for professionals who demand reliability, manoeuvrability and versatility from their equipment.
The thick, heavy-duty tubing provides an unabashed resilience and strength that is a firm and unyielding support. The double-braced legs create an unmovable base, which is reinforced by the slip-proof rubber feet, anchoring the stand solidly on any surface. The tripod legs swivel around the stand completely, enabling the stand to fit slip into any setup, accommodating a double-kick pedal arrangement neatly.
Thanks to the unique Tru-Direct-Pull drive system, the H800 ensures that the subtlest nuances and inflections of your playing style can be executed with the greatest of ease. Whether you're an overhand or open-hand player, the 10-position adjustment allows you to dictate exactly where you set the hi-hats, fitting in with your playing-style perfectly.
A brilliant feature that has been implemented on the H800EB - borrowed from Mapex's more expensive Falcon series - is the quick release cymbal locking mechanism. When locked-in, the cymbals remain firmly in place. However, should you need to make a speedy change, simply push the button and the lock pops off, keeping things nice and easy.
Memory locks are employed throughout the stand, giving you the reassurance that once you've secured everything into position, it remains that way until you decide otherwise. At the end of every gig or session, the stand folds away discreetly.
The Armory series H800EB is an excellent hi-hat cymbal stand that is suited to professionals that need gig-ready hardware, which will stand up to relentless abuse, remaining firm and true without any fuss.
Manufacturer Mapex Model H800EB Armory Hi Hat Stand Weight 6 kg Stand Type Hi Hat Finish Black-plated Chrome
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