H-1030

Hi-Hat Stands

H-1030

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Hi-Hat Stands

H-1030

The quick, traditional feel of the H-1030 Series hi-hat stand makes it an essential companion for Pearl's Eliminator Solo pedals. Its sleek, satin-polished pedalboard allows for effortless foot play, and its multi-positional spring adjustment lets you dial in feel to best suit your personal playing style. Features include Pearl's double-braced Trident Tripod for stable, secure play, and swiveling footboard for multi-pedal set-up positioning.

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Double Braced Hi-Hat Stand

Model Number

H-1030

Boasting the same sturdy tubing and tier joints as Pearl’s 930 Series stands, the new double-braced H-1030 Series Hi-Hat stand is now available as a counterpart to Pearl’s new Eliminator: Solo bass drum pedals.

Its smooth, traditional foot board performs with resistance-free precision, while the independent Trident tripod is positioned separate from the pedal frame to easily accommodate double bass drum pedals.

DRIVE

Direct Pull Drive System

LEGS

Double Braced Tripod with Swivel Function

FEET

SureGrip Oversize Rubber Feet

TENSION

Spring Tension Dial

FOOTBOARD

Smooth Traditional Footboard

HEIGHT RANGE

760-940mm

Direct Pull Drive System

The Direct Drive System features a heavy duty chain for unrestricted leverage.

Precision Spring Tension Dial

The Spring Tension Dial allows perfect tension control for fine-tuned response.

Footboard

The H-1030 features a traditional footboard that matches the Eliminator Solo bass drum pedals.

Double Braced Legs

Robust Double Braced Legs provide secure stability in any playing environment. The H-1030 features a swiveling tripod that adjusts to fit around double pedals and snare stands.

SureGrip Oversize Rubber Feet

The large rubber feet provide a solid foundation for your hi-hat stand and secure it in place.

HCL-90 Clutch

The HCL-90 Hi-Hat Clutch features a direct wing-bolt for non-slip secure settings. It comes standard with traditional felts that allow unrestricted cymbal vibration and sustain. The bottom nut locks into place to allow the top nut to be adjusted for the desired amount of top cymbal grip/slosh.