Author Topic: Goedrum GH7 Hi hat stand  (Read 63 times)

Offline Joker47

Goedrum GH7 Hi hat stand
« on: April 16, 2021, 07:00:55 PM »
Hopefully a quick question. I recently purchased a Goedrum GH7 hi hat set up for my Alesis DM10  MKll  Pro, but didnít buy a separate hi hat stand.

Will the Goedrum GH7 hi hats work with the DM10 hi hat pedal? Or do I need to pick up a standard hi hat stand?

Thanks,
J
Alesis DM10 MKll Pro kit and module; Alesis Strike module; mixer on the way

Offline Chaser

Re: Goedrum GH7 Hi hat stand
« Reply #1 on: April 16, 2021, 10:39:22 PM »
Hopefully a quick question. I recently purchased a Goedrum GH7 hi hat set up for my Alesis DM10  MKll  Pro, but didnít buy a separate hi hat stand.

Will the Goedrum GH7 hi hats work with the DM10 hi hat pedal? Or do I need to pick up a standard hi hat stand?

Thanks,
J

The Goedrum GH7 is a 2 piece Hi Hat.. cymbal and the controller designed to work as a traditional Hi Hat and stand as the top cymbal presses down on the controller.
You can use the top cymbal with the DM10 Pedal (Realhat)..but then what was the purpose of buying a 2 piece Hi Hat if you are only going to use the top?


Offline Joker47

Re: Goedrum GH7 Hi hat stand
« Reply #2 on: April 17, 2021, 03:05:28 PM »
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The Goedrum GH7 is a 2 piece Hi Hat.. cymbal and the controller designed to work as a traditional Hi Hat and stand as the top cymbal presses down on the controller.
You can use the top cymbal with the DM10 Pedal (Realhat)..but then what was the purpose of buying a 2 piece Hi Hat if you are only going to use the top?

Yeah, that was partly why I was wondering. Nothing ďlookedĒ right, and the two cymbal replacement did t make sense with the original single cymbal. But, Iím pretty new with Edrums, so I thought Iíd ask. But, your post makes a lot of sense. Iím headed out today to pick up a hi hat stand. 🙂
Alesis DM10 MKll Pro kit and module; Alesis Strike module; mixer on the way