A hi-hat stand from Ludwig that offers optimized 3-point stability and advanced positioning features.
Ludwig's Atlas Pro Hi-Hat stand's state-of-the art features allow it to perform with rock-solid reliance, eliminating annoying movement that interferes with precise play. The patented Centroid 3-point stability system elevates the rear portion of the foundation plate to create a tripod with the heavy, double-braced legs. Additionally, the Aerodisc bottom cymbal tilter provides flexibility for the drummer to position the bottom cymbal at any level. Throw in the infinite possibilities for the footboard then a bevy of anchoring features, and a new approach to playing stability has arrived.
- Aerodisc Bottom Cymbal Tilter (Patent Pend.)
- Vice-grip tube joint with integrated memory lock
- Progressive action linkage
- Infinitely adjustable footboard angle
- Full range adjustable spring tension
- Easy break-down
- Rotatable base Legs
- Centroid 3-point stability system (Patent Pend.)
A hi-hat stand that supports the weight of its namesake. Order today!
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Comments about Ludwig Atlas Pro Hi-Hat Stand:
I LOVE the new Atlas Pro kick pedal, so I decided to give the Pro hihat stand a try. Not so pleased unfortunately. After setting the pedal angle (following the printed and video instructions explicitly, using the drum key screw in the back of the housing and being sure to keep it from moving while setting the angle), the pedal still slipped down and bottomed out on the footboard. So I repeated the process and tightened the drum key screw slightly more than previously, but not cranking on it. This seemed to work but after about 5-10min of playing, the circular clamp where the drum key screw is CRACKED right at the hinge joint/pin. I've attached a photo, and note I moved the clamp downward to show the crack. This is not the position I had it tightened down.
I rated two stars because before the cracking, it was super solid and sturdy and the action was very smooth.
I am NOT a very heavy player but even if, the stand should take it being that it's advertised as a "touring, heavy duty stand". I'll be returning for a refund. Can't take the chance of this happening again, especially during a gig. Maybe it's just a bad casting. Sorry Ludwig.