Pearl Remote Hi Hat Stand with Interchangeable PosiLink Twin Cam Drive System
Best Seller SKU #RH2050
Name: Pearl Remote Hi Hat Stand with Interchangeable PosiLink Twin Cam Drive System
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Drive Type: Chain Drive
Leg Type: Double-Braced
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The Pearl RH2050 Remote Hi Hat Stand showcases one feature that completely separates it from everything else – an interchangeable PosiLink Twin Cam Drive System that lets you change up how the pedal feels to fit your personal playing style; it’s like having 4, 5, or 6 stands for the price of one.
When you buy this stand you’ll get four interchangeable, color-coded cams:
Black Linear Action Cam – a steady feel throughout the stroke, on the heavy/powerful side
White Oversized Linear Action Cam – a steady stroke like the black cam, but lighter and quicker in feel
Blue Progressive Cam – begins medium-light in feel, gradually gets heavier throughout the stroke
Red Radical Progressive Cam – begins feather light, quickly ramps up to very heavy mid-stroke
Two optional cams are available separately:
Purple Aggressive Action Cam – begins light and ends quite heavy, a more linear and intense version of the blue cam
Yellow Inverse Action Cam – begins light and actually gets lighter mid-stroke, becoming heavier again towards the end
The footplate is equipped with a reversible Traction Plate insert that you can modify to give you as much, or as little, grip under your foot as you want. The footplate can be moved to three positions – called the PowerShifter – to give you a light, standard, or heavy feel.
Swiveling double-braced legs make it very easy to comfortably position a double bass pedal in your setup.
The included drop clutch allows you to keep the hi hats closed while you move your feet to other pedals. Simply step on the pedal again and the hats will open back up.
The long cable connecting the two parts of the stand is an ingenious method of putting the pedal in a comfortable location while mounting the hi hats in a completely different location – an excellent way to add a secondary pair of hi hats or to deal with awkward setups.