Here is a collection of the best Hi Hat stands under £100 ideal for beginners and semi-pros. They are all double braced for extra stability and strength.
About Hi Hat stands.
The Hi Hat is probably the must complex piece in a drum kit. Two Hi-Hat cymbals that are held together and are controlled by a pedal and chain. The bottom cymbal does not move. The top cymbal is attached to a rod because it moves the top cymbal towards the bottom one when the foot pedal is depressed. The pedal controls the movement of a central bar that runs through the stand. After that the top Hi Hat is attached to a ‘hi hat clutch’ to hold it to the centre bar.
The two cymbals are identical, so you can put either one on the top or the bottom. Turn the bottom cymbal upside down so you can slide it down the centre rod until it reaches the stopping point of the stand.
The 1st versions of the Hi-Hat were called clangers btw !
Flexzion Red Handheld Tambourine 10" Inch Single Row 8 Pair Jingles (Red) - Hand Held Percussion Drum Moon Musical Tambourine with Ergonomic Handle Grip for Kids Adults Classroom Gift KTV Party
- 8 pairs of jingles in a single row, measures 10" in diameter
- Hard and durable body with ergonomic grip
- Many used to sing or dance accompaniment also can be used in an instrumental music ensemble
- Rhythm freedom, simple to use, let players improvise
- Jingles give out a crisp, percussive rhythm
Remote Hi-Hat Stand by Gear4music
- Versatile Remote Hi-Hat Stand
- Robust Construction
- Double Chain Technology
- Easy Reach, Adjustable Gauge
- 180cm (6ft) Cable Length
Tiger TDA7-BR Drum Cymbal Set - 14 Inch Hi-Hats, 16 Inch Crash, 20 Inch Ride Cymbals
1 used from £31.71
- Pack includes the essentials you need; 14 Inch hi-hats, 16 Inch crash, 20 Inch ride
- Thin hi-hats produce a controlled short sustain and defined chink when closed by foot
- Medium thin ride produces high to medium overtones with a medium sustain
- Thin crash produces high pitched sound with a short sustain
- Ideal to replace the cymbals on your starter drum kit