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Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand  

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The Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi Hat Stand is smooth and responsive. Iron Cobra series double-braced stand with 2 legs and advanced Lever Glide. Incomparable sensitivity, lightning fast action... Click To Read More About This Product

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The Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi Hat Stand is smooth and responsive. Iron Cobra series double-braced stand with 2 legs and advanced Lever Glide. Incomparable sensitivity, lightning fast action, player-friendly adjustment, and it's absolutely noiseless.

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MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
Wood hoops - 30 day warranty.
All hardware (metal hoops) and shell finish - One year warranty.
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TamaHH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand
 
5.0

(based on 13 reviews)

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(41 of 42 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Best Out There

By colorprotocol

from Columbia, MD

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

This just about the best high-hat stand money can buy. Smooth, quick, even response, built incredibly sturdy. Having a better stand can actually make your high hats sound better, plus it transports really nicely, with the rod going into the pipe.

(19 of 19 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Si Senor

By Dustin

from Morristown, Tn

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

this hi-hat stand is super-sturdy, super-quick response, and super-quiet! i've had hi-hat stands in the past that made alot of noise and required alot of power to close the hi-hats tightly. GET THIS STAND.

(18 of 26 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Like a DW 9000 for $100 less!!!

By phoenix7289

from Buffalo Grove, IL US

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

This is almost identical to the amazing DW 9000! The DW one is $250, while this is about $100 less! I just got this for Christmas of 2006, and I have fallen in love! I was having trouble setting it up, but my Dad figured it out, and I realized what I had missed, which was stupid haha! But this hi-hat really holds the cymbals together TIGHT when you want to! This is just perfect for anyone! VERY sturdy! The pipes are very thick and strong, will NOT break!! After all, I play metal, so heh, it can obviously live! And Lars Ulrich uses it, Mike Portnoy, Dave Makintosh, as well as other big drummers.

(11 of 14 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Hi Hat Stand

By Peter

from California

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

I recently got this hi-hat stand and it is awesome! It is built like a rock and nothing has failed me yet. It is adjustable in many ways, and has two legs, which is great news to you double bass players. I love how you can hide the rod in the upper tube of the stand for travel. There is even a little rubber stabalizer under the pedal board. The rubber feet have built in spikes if you don't want your stand to move. You can adjust the angle of the pedal board, the spring tension, and you can change the angle of the stand by extending the legs more than usual. The pedal is very smooth and fast. This is my favorite hi-hat stand for all it's features and durabiltiy. Definately give this stand a try.

(11 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Tama is the way to go!!

By Jerry Warren

from Clarkston, MI

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

I was turned on to the Tama Road Pro line of hardware a few years ago and I find it surpasses any other hardware line I've tried. I love the smoothness of this high hat. This is the second one I have purchased for my other drum kit. It's everything I want in a smooth action, well made piece of equipment. I thank the salesman at Guitar Center for showing me the Tama line and now I won't use anything else! Great quality at an affordable price!

(8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

built to survive the next war

By t4ma7495

from Mennor, OK

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

This stand is seriously built like a tank there are no weak points on this stand at all. The pedal is very smooth and the responsive is very quick. You can tilt this stand towards you and still have it be very stable. It has only two legs which is great if you have a double bass pedal or other pedals off to the left of the hi-hat stand like i do. It has rubber feet for smooth surfaces and retractable spikes for carpets. It also has a supposrt piece that comes out under the pedal to support the stand even more. For the money and the amount of features this hi-hat stand has nothing can compare.

(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

unsung hero

By Chris

from Cartersville, GA

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

I never paid much attention to the pedal under my left foot, but after I got an iron cobra single pedal for my kick I figured I would take a look. This thing is great. Very comfortable and reacts immediately the way I am asking it to. I like the tension adjustments but those are more suitable for someone who consistently plays a double bass pedal. Definitely take a look at this stand if you hasd the same attitude that I did and I guaratee you see a difference.

(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Mid-level Hat stand

By BoxMonster13

from Ft. Wayne, IN

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

I bought this a few days ago and my playing frequency has increased dramatically since I set it up. Having a good hihat stand makes your hats sound and feel better. If you are considering buying a new stand for your hats, and you don't have all that much money, this is the way to go. You don't want to go too cheap, and unless you want ridiculous features, you don't need to go all that expensive. Responsive, quick, and 2 legs enables you to set it up in a rack system or with a double-bass easily. Do it!

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Awesome hi hat stand!

By DCE

from Winston-Salem, NC

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

I just wasn't satisfied with the Tama Roadpro hi hat stand. It just wasn't responsive enough no matter how tight the spring tension was set or how the footboard angle was set. Since I already enjoy the high adjustability factor of the Iron Cobra Power Glide double pedal, I wanted to look at the IC Lever Glide hi hat stand. I ended up buying one after a very recent visit to the local GC store, as I was VERY impressed initially with the feel of it after trying one out in the store. Quality wise, the Lever Glide hi hat stand is very well made...it definitely is solid. Upon assembling it and setting it up with my kit and began playing, I could immediately tell this is indeed the ticket. The Lever Glide mechanism allows for sensitivity and faster action. Therefore, foot "chick" sounds are more authoritative and the pedal action overall has a different, more liquid feel than a traditional direct pull hi hat. The IC Lever Glide hi hat stand is so smooth, it is the PERFECT counterpart to the IC kick pedals. I really like the tilt function where you can angle your hats towards you and that alone I have found promotes more articulate hi hat work. The two leg design is very stable, even on carpet. Even though the two leg design is primary for multi pedal setups, it also offers some positioning flexibility when placing the stand at the kit amongst multiple tripod leg cymbal stands too. Overall, not only does this HH905 meet my expectations, it exceeds them. The IC Lever Glide hi hat stand is very well engineered and definitely has an impact on how you play.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great

By drummergiiiirl

from in america

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

We use this hi hat stand at our church its comfortable to use and also very strong :)

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

You'll love this stand

By eddy

from brooklyn, NY

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

I just got this stand last week, and I dont't really have much to say. after all, most of it's already been said, but I assure you, no matter who you are, you'll love it! Josh Eppard would throw his dw 9000 hi-hat stand out the window for this! go buy one!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Add it to the list

By Mike Karros

from randolph

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

Previously, i was using a cheaper iron cobra Jr. hi hat stand that was fairly noisy and did not allow me to get my hi hat pedal close enough to my left side bass pedal. When i stepped up to the iron cobra pedal i new i had to get the hi hat stand. It is a lot smoother and faster then any other hi hat stand i have ever played. It has a chain and the tough material that connects to the foot board "did not know that when i bought it". It is also perfect for playing shows because the pedal folds right up to the main tube so you can throw it right in your car. The Flexi material is very strong and trust me, will not break! The 2 legs can shift to the side of your left bass drum allowing the pedal to be very close to your left side pedal. For any one thinking about it, DO IT! it is a great piece of hard wear.

 
5.0

Not ideal for short drummers.

By stickit-to-da-man

from San Diego

Comments about Tama HH905 Iron Cobra Lever-Glide Hi-Hat Cymbal Stand:

Very smooth and durable. 'Required equipment' if you use a double-pedal. My only complaint is, as a shorter drummer, I could only get the top of my hi-hat cymbal set at 32", at the lowest setting. I usually shop at GC but I actually bought this item used. I could not find any owners manuals online, that explained how I could adjust it any lower.

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