Gibraltar Quick Release Hi-Hat Clutch

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A revolutionary, new hi-hat clutch release system to save a drummer time and aggravation.

If you've had enough of taking the time to screw on your hi-hats or having your bottom nut loosen during a show, the Gibraltar Quick Release Hi-Hat Clutch system is an easy and fast solution. With a new ball bearing and spring-loaded metal sleeve design, the drummer just needs to pull on the sleeve (releasing the auto clutch), slip off the felts, mount your cymbal, push in at the bottom of the sleeve and you’re locked in place.

  • All metal design
  • Revolutionary spring and ball-bearing clutch design

Discover the fastest hi-hat cymbal mount ever! Order today.

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GibraltarQuick Release Hi-Hat Clutch

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Non Marring

By Grizz

from Miss

About Me Professional Musician


  • Easy To Use
  • Functional
  • Good Quality


    Best Uses

    • Backup
    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about Gibraltar Quick Release Hi-Hat Clutch:

    Bought a 8707 fulsh based Gibralter hi-hat stand. It came with the entry level hi-hat clutch that would bury deep into the upper rod metal. After finding the gouges taken out of my upper rod. I ordered the quick release non marring clutch mentioned in this review, wrote Gilbralter and asked them to consider making this standard on this, and other stands. Do be aware that the upper rod on the 8707 is of larger diamter than either the standard or metric upper rods sold here and elsewhere. I have tried in vain to replace the rod. The Gilbralter parts house emailed me, and searching for it...seems to be rare, unless you spring for an indentical stand for parts!

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