Split Hi-Hat de embrague
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DW sm380 Split Hi-Hat embrague
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In a nutshell DW has taken the DW Drum Workshop SM379 Standard Hi-Hat Clutch and devised a clever way of removing the actual clutch mechanism that grabs the pull rod. That mechanism easily detaches from the bottom unit with a simple twist. This allows you to keep the clutch attached to your top cymbal without the protruding upper part of the unit. This allows the cymbal to be easily stored in the hi=hat pocket of most cymbal bags. When you are ready to set up, snap the top unit in place and attach the top cymbal to the pullrod as you normally wood.
This also has all of the other advantages of the SM379 clutch, including the bottom nut that can be positively locked onto the shaft using a drum key. For drummers like myself who like a loose hi-hat this is a great feature because on most other clutches the bottom nut will back off if not absolutely tight, making it impossible to get that old school sound from a very loose top hat.
If you gig a lot this is a great clutch. Obviously the quick release and connect feature is meaningless on a studio kit or drums that are practically stationary. For those I would recommend going with the SM379 model that I mentioned. Both models fit other stands - I have used them on Tama, Ludwig and Pearl stands, so they are fairly universal.
The DWSM380 Clutch requires some Engineering improvements, and I will share my experience here:
1) there is NO fine adjustment component at all (get the SM379 for it's all-round adjustability). If you want to fine adjust on the fly for a washy top Hihat sound (which I also like on the top Hihat) or to tighten to stop excessive buzz... this product won't do it like the SM379.
2) the unit actually rattles when in situ and this is where the Engineering of the component is not as good as it should be, being DW. I love my DW9000 Pedals & DW9000 Remote Hihat, but my SM380 is a DW Paperweight! I now need an SM379 so I can fine adjust my secondary Hihats, and enjoy some slosh but eliminate the rattle, and buzz...
Selling points: the Concept is good, the Concept execution is not so good! Back to the Workshop DW...