DW 5000 Series 5500D Three Leg Hi-Hat Stand

Regular Price: RRP $549

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DW 5000 Series 5500D Three Leg Hi-Hat Stand

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DW 5000 Series 5500D Three Leg Hi-Hat Stand

Heavy-duty 5000 hi-hats are offered in both 2-leg and 3-leg models, and feature lateral cymbal seat adjustment, integrated memory locks and 379 locking clutch.

[1" upper tube] [1 1/8" base tube]


Folding Footboard
The uni-body Folding Footboard stays attached to the base casting when secured in the folded position. (U.S. Patent No. 5105706 & 6822150B1)
Delta Hinge
DW’s patented Delta Ball-Bearing Hinge is a state-of-the-art lightweight aluminum design that incorporates ball bearings at both sides.
Bearing Link Connector
The unique Bearing Link Connector, which connects the footboard chain to the pull rod, for reduced friction and increased sensitivity.
Hinged Memory Lock
Hinged Memory Locks are included at tube joints to guarantee 100% repeatable, precise height settings every time.
Lateral Cymbal Seat
The Lateral Cymbal Seat is a first in hi-hat design, allowing instant access for adjusting the bottom cymbal angle; a small detail that makes a big difference. (U.S. Patent No. 6570075B1)
SM379 Locking Clutch
The SM379 Locking Clutch comes standard and allows you to dial in closed "sloshyness" and lock it so it doesn't come loose.
Upper Rods
Upper Rods come standard in two lengths (21" and 15"), allowing you to customize the Hi-Hat Stand for your specific needs.
Swivel Legs
Swivel Legs allow easy positioning of bass drum pedals and other stands around the Hi-Hat Stand.

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