The Zildjian Gen16 G16BS2DS package includes 13 inch hi-hats, 16 inch crash, 18 inch ride, digital cymbal processor, 5 channel cable snake and 3 direct source pickups. >More
With eyes closed, drummers will think they're playing a regular two-piece hi-hat. But examine the innovative VH-11 floating hi-hat, and you'll see that it's actually comprised of one floating cymbal pad atop a fixed lower base. Great for fast setup and easy transport, the VH-11 mounts on conventional hi-hat stands, and provides a similar playing feel to a 2-piece hi-hat. The VH-11 is fully compatible with Roland's TD-20, TD-12, and can be used with TD-10 w/TDW-1, TD-8, and TD-6. >More
With optimized weight-balance and sensitivity, the Roland CY-12C provides a natural swinging motion and accurate triggering for consistent crash performance, including choke control. >More
Thanks to Roland's FD-8 Hi-Hat Controller, drummers can get more realistic hi-hat sounds with smooth transitions between open and closed. >More
The Alesis Pro X Hi-Hat is a dual-cymbal, continuous hi-hat controller that brings natural hi-hat playability and feel to Alesis DM10 and DM8 drummers everywhere. Precisely calibrated for the Alesis DM10- and DM8-series electronic drum kits, Pro X Hi-Hat integrates seamlessly with and expands the expressive capabilities of these popular electronic instruments. >More
The cymbal pad (CY-5) features a 12-inch playing zone and swing movement for more drummer-friendly triggering. The pad also provides separate bow and edge triggering. The CY-5 can be also used as an additional cymbal pad, such as a splash, on V-Drum kits. >More
The Yamaha PCY135 is a 13" cymbal pad with a 3-zone structure in which each area of the pad, edge and bell produces a different tone. The natural "vibration" of the live cymbal sound can be faithfully reproduced. >More
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