Product Ref: 44871
The stand is equipped with Tama's special quick-set clutch which can be attached or removed with one simple touch. The clutch allows the top cymbal to float more freely, resulting in enhanced natural resonance and definition during play. Minimising the contact area between the clutch and top hi-hat cymbal improves the hi-hat cymbal's natural resonance. In place of the traditional felt washer, Tama created a special nylon washer that reduces the amount of cymbal contact, allowing the cymbal to vibrate to its fullest.
Included with the HH805D is an additional cymbal rod, which provides the flexibility of choosing either a long or short rod. You can then use the tilting mechanism of the hi-hat stand to position the stand at varying angles, offering a different feel and space convenient solution if required. If that isn't enough customisation, you can also adjust the angle of the footboard to a position that feels right for you.
The HH805D stand features a fully adjustable footboard which can be tweaked to match the exact angle of your bass drum pedals for convenience. Roller bearings at the lever fulcrum ensure even smoother footboard action whilst an ultra-strong Kevlar strap connects the footboard and pull rod for even, noise-free action.
The Tama Iron Cobra HH805D Lever Glide Hi-Hat Stand features an innovative tilting spring seat system which tilts the bottom cymbal, only when you open the hi-hats. Adjusting the spring tension allows you to adjust the angle to achieve your favourite degree of half-open sound or closed sound. Spring tension can also be adjusted quickly and simply with a single hand, allowing drummers and musicians to focus on their performance whilst maintaining full access to tension control.
With up to 40 years within the drum industry, Tama has developed a unique brand that prioritises both great tonal quality and outstanding aesthetics. With an eclectic list of artists on their roster, Tama has consistently delivered high-quality percussion to a multitude of musicians over the years. This extensive list includes the likes of Animals as Leaders Drummer Matt Garstka, Anthrax's Charlie Benante, ZZ Top's Frank Beard and Kendrick Lamar's Rico Nichols. Tama drums accentuate each individual's specific nuanced style of playing and give the player unparalleled tone and versatility.