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Drum Workshop 5500TD - Delta II 2-Leg Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$249.99
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Drum Workshop DWCP3500T - 3000 Series 2-Legged Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$149.99
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Drum Workshop DWCP9500TB 9000 Series  2-Leg Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$329.99
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Ludwig L416HH 400 Series Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$59.99
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PDP PDHH820 - 800 Series 2-Leg Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$84.99
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Pearl H2050 - Eliminator Redline Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$323.00
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Tama HH315D Speed Cobra 315 Velo Glide Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$109.99
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Tama HH805D Iron Cobra 900 Velo Glide Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$239.99
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Tama HH905D Iron Cobra 900 Lever Glide Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$239.99
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Tama HH915D Speed Cobra 910 Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$239.99
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Drum Workshop DWCPMDDHH2 Machined Direct Drive 2-Leg Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$499.99
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Ludwig LAP16HH Atlas Pro Hi-Hat Stand
N Stuff Price$279.00
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Are you looking for a great selection for all of your drum and cymbal needs? Its hard to beat N Stuff Music if you're someone who values both inventory selection and customer service. Our selection of cymbal stands has every variety and style you could need as well as variance in brand and price so that we can always have something that fits within your budget. Don't underestimate how important it is to have quality stands for your cymbals. A good stand will ensure the safety and longevity of performing with your cymbals. Your hardware needs to be able to withstand the wear of practicing, rehearsing, and gigging, and you can be sure that the best brands and products are available at N Stuff Music.

The right or wrong hi-hat stand can make or break the feel and playability of your hi-hat. As a core part of a drum kit you need a hi-hat that will enable you to play consistently at your best without needing to think twice about the feel of it. A stable hi-hat stand can give you the chance to not worry about it shifting too much while playing and will promote stability in your rig and playing.

There are two main styles of hi-hat stand designs to select from. The 2-leg hi-hat stand design is the most common and standard type of design. If you want a traditional hi-hat stand feel and design this is the way to go; it is a stable option that will save you real estate for your drum set so you can set up tightly and not feel overly cumbersome while playing. 3-leg hi-hat stands might be the right choice for you if you are looking to add additional mounts for your hi-hat stand or drum set. If you're a heavy hitting playing the 3-leg hi-hat stand will guarantee that it will withstand the burden of a hard player who demands the most from their hardware for heavier styles of music. If you need to rearrange for a different set up no problem, just adjust the legs of your 3-leg stand and you can arrange your kit as needed.

Do you have an unorthodox setup for your kit? If so, a remote style hi-hat stand may be right for you. This allows you to set your pedal apart from your hi-hat cymbals themselves so that it can be position in a way in which fits your set up. This allows the pedal to be separate geographically than the hi-hat cymbals but will offer the same exact feel and playability as if you were playing with a standard hi-hat stand.

For the best selection in brand, style, and price visit us today here at N Stuff Music. For all hi-hat and cymbal hardware you can find products readily available from brands such as DW, Tama, Sakae, Ludwig, Pearl, and many others.

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