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New Two-Leg Hi-Hat Stand from Taye Drums

Having two legs instead of three on the hi-hat stand is common for drummers who play double bass pedals. But too many are bulky and awkward to position and pack...

Taye Drums announced the release of their HH6020 Two-Leg Hi-Hat stand for an estimated street price of $130.00.

"The HH6020 offers rock solid stability and variable positioning without extra bulk," states Ray Ayotte, Taye President. "The footboard baseplate is exceptionally small to allow close positioning of other pedals, and the legs swivel to any position for optimum stability."

Having two legs instead of three on the hi-hat stand is common for drummers who play double bass pedals. But too many are bulky and awkward to position and pack according to the company.

Adds Ayotte, "We designed the HH6020 to be heavy duty but still fold up into a small size for easy transport. It's a smarter design that incorporates ergonomics and stability without taking up excessive space on the floor or in your trap case."

"The HH6020 Two-Leg Hi-Hat assembles via a snap in, snap out base plate. No drum key needed, no full removal of bolts required -- just an easy turn of a wing nut. This is the smallest heavy duty hi-hat stand in the business, yet it is remarkably stable."

For more information, visit their web site at www.tayedrums.com

By our press release coordinator Friday September 2, 2005