Musicians Mall launches Tama Roadpro Series Hi Hat HH75WN
The Roadpro hi-hat inherits many of the great features from TAMAs Iron Cobra hi-hats. The HH75WN comes standard with the swivel foot system, tension and footboard angle adjustment systems, and more!
Roadpro-roadproven hardware-represents years of listening to the problems and suggestions of touring pros and years of prototypes and rigorous real life road testing. TAMAs line of professional hardware provides a whole new level of “Simplicity and Durability for the Pro Drummer.” Youve got all the features you expect in pro stands such as 28.6 diameter bases and double-braced legs. Theres also a slew of internal design features that you cant see but will come to love. Best of all, Roadpro has a price tag you might not expect in something this good: a very affordable price tag.
•Direct pull action
•Double braced legs
•5-way tension adjustment
•Footboard angle adjustment
•Non-loosening tension rod
By inserting nylon washers into the leg stand joints we have improved durability and made the leg action much smoother!
Footboard Angle Adjuster
Allows much easier footboard angle adjustments.
5-Way Tension Adjustment
Five different levels of tension can be achieved quickly by using the five easily visible settings.
Non-Loosening Tension Rod (US. PAT.NO.6075192)
Specially shaped plastic and metal nuts fit together perfectly to keep the cymbal rod from loosening while playing.
Since the foot pedal can be rotated around the tripod base, the Swivel Foot feature greatly expands floor space and set-up flexibility.
Spare-The-Rods Tension Rod Protector
No more tension rods getting bent out of shape during transport! With Spare-The-Rod, you can save your tension rod the rigors of the road by packing it in the specially designed upper section pipe. Its a small, but very significant TAMA hardware innovation.
1.Insert the tension rod into the upper tube.
2.Hold the tension rod in place with the hi-hat clutch.
3.Done. The upper tube covers the tension rod.
Steel Insert Nut
Placing a threaded steel insert nut inside the tripod base provides much more strength and makes stripping much less likely than with the traditional method of cutting the threads directly into the die-cast section.
A die-cast joint combines the T-nut/bolt with a pressure plate with a Nylon Bushing. With this design, the removal and replacement of worn bolts or bushings is fast and easy.