Haha, indeed. If you only knew how old that kit is. I've had it since 6th grade and I'm now a junior in college so... about 9 years now and she's still a beauty (in my biased opinion )
Yes you could. But remember, removing a leg from a 3 legger tends to make it tippy. Then you may need to brace it off a bass drum or another stand. If you are gonna brace it, then you wont have to remove a leg, just set it up with the legs collapsed.drummerfreek55":3v76u1sp said:Throwin' this out there to any and all: To save myself from buying a new hi-hat stand couldn't I just drill through the two screw/rivet things holding one of the legs on and have myself a two-legged hi-hat just as easily?
Looking at the pictures, it does look very spread out. I think I mentioned this before that I'm about 6' 4" so for me it's not near as much of a stretch as it might look. But thank you both for the feedback!Brother_Bong":wxex40hi said:
It's very nice, simply put. Not sure which model from Tama you're looking at but I have the 805 model. I was told that the 905 has a much lighter feel but I really stomp on mine and prefer the heavier feel. I love it.b b253":qsuosfvr said:Dude! hows the Tama Hi hat stand? i've been wanting one but my Mapex stand is doing great. But how is it?
Haha, yeah I know exactly what you mean by working on a budget. Gotta be creative in how to mount all those cymbals.b b253":2f6cpl45 said:man, ill probablly get one in a few months unless i run into a lot of money soon, haha but dude killer kit, i like how you put all your cymbals on like 4 stands.