Pintech's Visulite Series cymbals offer full surface triggering, quiet foam strike zone and a choice of a dozen color choices. Hand-formed and sculpted by professionals, each cymbal is unique and made... Click To Read More About This Product
Pintech's Visulite Series cymbals offer full surface triggering, quiet foam strike zone and a choice of a dozen color choices. Hand-formed and sculpted by professionals, each cymbal is unique and made specifically with players in mind. Combined with superior triggering technology, these cymbals are sure to take anything you can throw at it.
The Pintech VL-1300 hi-hat is a top-of-the-line model designed to work with most popular module. Featuring real feedback, the included Hi-Hat Controller offers 100% variable operation from open to close and everything in-between, these cymbals will fit any standard hi-hat stand on the market. No need for any extra boxes or devices. Simply attach the hi-hat to your hi-hat stand, and plug them in!
Formed out of 1/4³ acrylic, the Visulite Series of cymbals have a heavier weight than standard electronic cymbals, which provides you with a more natural feel and response. Backed by Pintech's exclusive lifetime warranty, and 100% American-made!
This set includes two hand-formed acrylic cymbals, a hi-hat controller and one stereo and mono cable each.
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Comments about Pintech VisuLite Professional Hi-Hat Cymbals with Included Controller:
I will preface this by saying...I am a huge fan of Pintech, and probably 85% of my kit is Pintech products that I love and I would have no problem recommending them to anyone looking to get any electronic drums or triggers. With that being said...this is the only product that kind of fell short for me. They look great, they play kind of stiff and rigid...not quite the feel of an actual set of hi-hats that wobble when you hit them with the pedal open or partially open. The biggest problem I had with them is that there is a ring of foam on the inside of each cymbal. Whenever you let your foot off the pedal to raise the top cymbal, it creates suction and the bottom cymbal will often stick to the top one for a moment before falling back into place. It made it nearly impossible to do any kind of intricate playing on the hi-hat where you open and close them a lot. If you are a rock drummer and just hit it to keep a beat...these would probably work for you. But if you like to do a lot of intricate stuff on a hi-hat, these will probably not work for you. If there was some way that you could attach the bottom cymbal to your hi-hat stand so it couldn't move up (Like the Roland VH-12 or VH-13)...these would probably work a lot better. I tried these hi-hats with 3 different modules (Alesis DM Pro, Alesis DM-10, & Roland TD-30) and no matter how hard I tried to tweak the settings, they just didn't perform the way I needed them to. I ended up selling them on ebay (for almost half what I paid for them) and I got a used set of Roland VH-12 hi-hats. They work like a dream and you can find a lot of used sets for cheaper than these Pintech ones.