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Hi-Het & Digital druming

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  • Hi-Het & Digital druming


    Did they maneg to make the Hi-het feel good, i meen like open and close feel & dynamics...

    How many triger does the hi-hat suport (using TD-8 or TD-10)

    What is the best Hardware for the Hi-hat and ride to provide best performances ??
    10x 4 helping sach a ignorant like I...

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    Huh?

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      Originally posted by D-Bass:

      Did they maneg to make the Hi-het feel good, i meen like open and close feel & dynamics...

      How many triger does the hi-hat suport (using TD-8 or TD-10)

      What is the best Hardware for the Hi-hat and ride to provide best performances ??
      10x 4 helping sach a ignorant like I...
      To question 1.
      Yes. Well, the pads don't physically open and close, unless you've got Visu-lite pads (www.visu-lite.com), but the illusion is well-created, IMO

      Question 2:
      one stereo trigger input for the pad, the pedal plugs into the Hihat pedal input. That's it.

      Question 3:
      Anything that hold them babies tight, really. Any higher-quality cymbal arm will hold the PD-7/9/ and CR-14/15 pads well. and the hihat pad clamps onto any 10.5 mm L-rod.

      Stu
      "Fry that sound effect, Moriarty, we're having it for breakfast"

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