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    Crush M1 Hi-Hat Stand

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    New to the series is the M1 Hi-Hat Stand. Constructed with a solid aluminum framework, machined footboard, 2-leg support and heavy duty 1.1” tubing, the M1 Hi-Hat Stand delivers rugged durability and precise functionality. The patented quick-folding and set-up locking system offers convenience and portability for working artists day after day.

    The Double Bass Drum Pedals offer customizable, high-performance features and amazingly durable construction. With a sleek design and heavy-duty features, this pedal is perfect for drummers wanting to upgrade to a higher level or a pro expanding his arsenal. This Crush M1 pedal features an adjustable footboard, a quick and easy conversion from standard to longboard, double glide chain, dual-surface beaters and heavy-duty coatings. In addition,the double pedal includes a direct-drive adapter and a hard plastic case.

    OFFICIAL DRUMMER SIDE NOTE:
    Nothing but love for this hi-hat design and function. Praise was sent to Crush in our recent M1 pedal article and we again are in jaw dropping awe over the over-all design. And again, We CAN'T wait to try one of these out someday!! GREAT job Crush! Impressive.

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    http://crushdrum.com/hardware/m1-series-hardware/

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    The chassis looks a bit clunky.  I'd have to get one in my hands to decide if it's a hindrance or not.  It doesn't look like the legs are removable though.

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    Another low footboard.  :what:

    Just looks like a typical straight pull hi hat stand with a monolith base section. They might have taken the time to machine the edges with a round over. I agree with Speedy. Looks kind of clunky; just a block of aluminum. 

    I see a wing nut and lower screw. The legs move.

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