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Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand  

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The Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand features the PosiLink Twin Cam Drive System: you determine the desired pedal response by changing among the 4 unique cams included. Rotating double-braced legs.

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Overview

The Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand features the PosiLink Twin Cam Drive System: you determine the desired pedal response by changing among the 4 unique cams included. Rotating double-braced legs.

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  • Dual-chain
  • Double-braced
  • 2 rotatable legs
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PearlH2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand
 
4.7

(based on 60 reviews)

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  • 5 Stars

     

    (52)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

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    (2)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Pearl H2000/C Eliminator Hi Hat Stand

The Eliminator Hi Hat Stand is the best Hi Hat stand that I have ever used. It's so easy to customize. There are four interchangeable cams that gives you four different feels. You...Read complete review

The Eliminator Hi Hat Stand is the best Hi Hat stand that I have ever used. It's so easy to customize. There are four interchangeable cams that gives you four different feels. You can adjust the angle of the footboard and is also easy to change. It was a toss up between this and the DW900 stand. I chose the Pearl because of the easy customization.

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Sadly Unimpressed.

I currently use the DW 90002 HH stand. Great, fluid action that initially replaced my broke faithful first run Eliminator. The DW however has three chains that can and sometimes do come off...Read complete review

I currently use the DW 90002 HH stand. Great, fluid action that initially replaced my broke faithful first run Eliminator. The DW however has three chains that can and sometimes do come off track during transport. This causes a greasy mess when realigning. I wanted the Eliminator again for gigging because I know with the twin cams, I wasn't going to have the chains go off track. Problem is, the rubber washer that sits inside the pull rod housing was MISSING. This caused a CLANK evertime I lifted my foot from the pedal board. The Replacement for that stand? Springs are grinding and moaning inside it. I just don't get it. My first stand was a master piece ten years ago. One thing that has remained about the Eliminator is that hands down, bar none, it provides the greatest amount of tension and torque, bar none of any hi hat stand on the market. Its adjustability is unmatched as well (if it works!) but what I truly found was after comparing it next to my DW, the CYMBALS ARE ACTUALLY LOUDER ON MY 9000 stand. Brought in my tech just to confirm which he did. This could possibly be the new style base mounting cup on the Elim....it is beefy plastic (light in weight but BIG in size). Same clutch, same hats...definitely more precise and livelier on the DW. So I'm sticking with it. I will never buy Pearl again. Years ago, they were reliable but that has changed....at least for me.
Features are nice....if they are consistently manfactured to a QA standpoint of excellence. Bought two back to back that had internal mechanical issues. Bought an Eliminator HH stand on the first run 10 plus years ago and it was flawless in it's craftmanship. However, after years of touring/gigging, the leg base rivets crapped out one me. I owe it nothing. Newer product possibly assembled in a nother country NOT named Japan.
No excuse for a stand this expensive to be missing/and or be composed of fragile parts. I don't have the heaviest foot.
Value would be there but weight and unreliability have me looking elsewhere.

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5.0

Nice High Hat

By Thomas

from undisclosed

Verified Buyer

Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

Solid and sturdy high hat with a selection of cams that come with it.

 
3.0

Confused

By RockDrummer

from Naples, FL

About Me Professional Musician

Verified Buyer

Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

I play my hats quite high. I already have one of these, but this was for a second kit I use. One a the reasons I bought it was because I need the height, however, even though this is supposed to be the same hat, only newer, it was shorter and did not work for me.

 
5.0

This thing won't die...

By Jeff

from Vancouver, BC, Canada

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Compact
  • Durable
  • Maneuverable
  • Portable
  • Quality

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

    Bought this thing from MusiciansFriend a looong time ago. I've now toured with this thing for 5yrs and it just won't quit! The bottom chain adapter recently broke but for twenty bones I can hardly complain.

    I'm at the point where I'm debating on purchasing a new one merely for the aesthetics.

    Definitely happy with this product (and I bought it when it was 2x the price).

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great Buy

    By CJ

    from Massachusetts

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Holds Items Securely
    • Stable

    Cons

    • Difficult To Transport

    Best Uses

    • Events
    • Performances

    Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

    This is Pearls "Top of the line" hi hat stand, and it is named that for a reason. This piece of hardware is the smoothest, fastest, sturdiest, and useful stand i have ever used. Between the press button spikes, easy tension twistable adjuster, 2 leg set up, and dual braces legs, this thing is amazing.

    There is one drawback to this piece of hardware however. I owned the Tama lever glide before this (great stand too) and it did one thing better, fold up. The pear stand, in order to fold up, has you loosen to screws, take the footboard out of the playing position, and re-attach and screw it into a different position on the frame.

    Other than that, great pedal!

    (4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Sadly Unimpressed.

    By TOBY-3nBwy

    from EAST COAST

    Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

    I currently use the DW 90002 HH stand. Great, fluid action that initially replaced my broke faithful first run Eliminator. The DW however has three chains that can and sometimes do come off track during transport. This causes a greasy mess when realigning. I wanted the Eliminator again for gigging because I know with the twin cams, I wasn't going to have the chains go off track. Problem is, the rubber washer that sits inside the pull rod housing was MISSING. This caused a CLANK evertime I lifted my foot from the pedal board. The Replacement for that stand? Springs are grinding and moaning inside it. I just don't get it. My first stand was a master piece ten years ago. One thing that has remained about the Eliminator is that hands down, bar none, it provides the greatest amount of tension and torque, bar none of any hi hat stand on the market. Its adjustability is unmatched as well (if it works!) but what I truly found was after comparing it next to my DW, the CYMBALS ARE ACTUALLY LOUDER ON MY 9000 stand. Brought in my tech just to confirm which he did. This could possibly be the new style base mounting cup on the Elim....it is beefy plastic (light in weight but BIG in size). Same clutch, same hats...definitely more precise and livelier on the DW. So I'm sticking with it. I will never buy Pearl again. Years ago, they were reliable but that has changed....at least for me.
    Features are nice....if they are consistently manfactured to a QA standpoint of excellence. Bought two back to back that had internal mechanical issues. Bought an Eliminator HH stand on the first run 10 plus years ago and it was flawless in it's craftmanship. However, after years of touring/gigging, the leg base rivets crapped out one me. I owe it nothing. Newer product possibly assembled in a nother country NOT named Japan.
    No excuse for a stand this expensive to be missing/and or be composed of fragile parts. I don't have the heaviest foot.
    Value would be there but weight and unreliability have me looking elsewhere.

    (2 of 22 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Dillon's Dad

    By Robert Brown

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

    Our son had picked out a much cheaper hi-hat stand. By finding this "gently used" one, we were able to get him the quality Pearl highhat that will last him a lifetime.

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat stand

    By Lawrence Rankine

    from Western NC

    Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

    This is the 2nd one of these stands I've purchased in order to have one at each location where I play/practice. I've also got the Iron Cobra top end HH stand and greatly prefer this one over the IC (and I'm a Tama drum user).
    You get what you pay for!

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    My favorite hi-hat stand.

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

    This is a phenominal hi-hat stand all the other reviews cant do it justice till your stomping down on it.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Honestly impressed.

    By Llamaboy419

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

    I had recently upgraded from a crappy beginning Ludwig bass drum pedal to a shiny new Pear Eliminator double pedal, tired of playing on a set that I had long since outgrown in skill and playing capacity. Me, being my OCD self, got this hihat stand so that all my pedals would match, figuring that the hihat stand would be just as awesome as my double pedal. I was completely and utterly right! The adjustability on this stand is phenomenal, from the precision of the bottom cymbal tilter to the infinite footboard adjustment, to the cams, the deadly rubber/spike tipped feet, everything. I must say, it was a challenge first assembling this stand out of the box, and it seemed to just despise me right off the bat. I tried picking it up off my porch and dropped it almost immediately, the heavy bugger. The footboard assembly also didn't seem to like me at first, because it didn't seem to want to lock into the bottom of the stand, but i look back and it must have been just the newness and roughness of the black coating. After i had it put together, i tinkered with the fine tuning, and managed to impale my thumb on the spike tips of the feet. Man, those things are SHARP. As are the spikes on the bottom of the stand. If it buried into my hand do easily, i am confident it can lodge itself firmly in my carpet. It is a stable stand, without a doubt, doesn't wobble one bit, and i don't forsee it having to be retired for a long while. This stand certainly satisfied my OCD, and it is nice being able to look down at my pedals, knowing that they match up like relatives. I can now go smoothly from a heavy doublebass groove to a funky beat with lots of heel splashes, with the security of knowing that neither the pedal nor stand are going to be wobbling away or breaking anytime soon!Definitely a good buy, and worth what I paid for it.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Best Hat Stand

    By BoomCrackCrash

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Pearl H2000 Eliminator Hi-Hat Stand:

    I've owned or used hi-hat stands from no-name, Sonar, Ludwig, Yamaha, DW, & Pearl (3 models). The Pearl H2000 is my all-time favorite. It is very heavy-duty and stable. It's 2 leg design is stable and adjustable. The feel, sensitivity and power are all totally adjustable via the interchangable cams and other adjustments. I think the rubber "felts" enhance the sound, adding a little clarity when compared to traditional felts. The clutch is top notch. The locking nut won't fall off and the large tightening screw is easy to adjust. The center tube of the clutch is smooth where the top cymbal touches it, so no wear of cymbal against screw threads like many clutches. The clutch also uses a clamping action on the rod, so there is no gouging of the screw into the rod. The retractable spiked feet are very handy and keep the stand from creeping away. I use this stand in the studio and can say that it is very smooth and quiet; no squeaks, rattles, or mechanical noises; just the sound of the cymbals. This is a pro-grade stand, you won't be disappointed.

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