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Mapex JN-SH6000 ERGO HI-HAT
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muchos muchos
Publié le 04/25/09 à 15:56
I just acqurir rcemment this stand.

the +:
- True tripod! (Rglage stability and easy to support a double pedal)
- Solid stabilizer plate
- Rubber feet pais, pikes rtractables and Velcro under the plate
- Lgre tilt stand forward
- Scuri mold on the tube (typical Mapex)
- Rubber "accentuator OS" on the top hi-hat, soft rubber strips under the bottom hi-hat
- Directorate of string sound and reactivated
- Comes in flycase Lger (with storage pocket integrates a spare +)!

The -:
- The rglage [in rear of pedal] malaisbr />
I used a Pearl H820W ago. I chose based dtails (which are rare or lacking in competition) and the fact that the hardware Mapex particulirement satisfy me.
The report qualitprix seems good (170 for a "perfect" product on listings and very enjoyable to play)
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