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    I have a couple of questions:
    1. Will they come in a hardware pack?
    2. Do the cymbal stands have memory locks?
    3. From what i understand, hi hat legs can be rotaded. Could anyone check how much? I'd like to know due to double pedal placement.
    I'm very interested in these so far

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    Yeah I'm really interested in getting a set of these for gigging purposes, but I'd like to get my hands on them and see just how strong they are.

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    ^ It does come in a Hardware pack or you can order individually.

    Hardware pack: HWP150S - List USD $649

    The Hi-Hat base swivels enough to accommodate any double pedal to fit easily next to hi-hat pedal.
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    ^ Thanks Al!
    How about those memory locks? From the small pics i've seen so far I'm guessing sold separately?
    It's not a big deal, I can add them easily enough by myself, but i Just want to know.
    A stand without memory locks is a no no for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beermaniac View Post
    ^ Thanks Al!
    How about those memory locks? From the small pics i've seen so far I'm guessing sold separately?
    It's not a big deal, I can add them easily enough by myself, but i Just want to know.
    A stand without memory locks is a no no for me.
    No memory locks on the flat-base hardware. the entire reason is lightweight quick and easy setup. You add can memory locks if you like.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AL PERCIVAL View Post
    No memory locks on the flat-base hardware. the entire reason is lightweight quick and easy setup. You add can memory locks if you like.
    Just mark your stand heights and angles with a Sharpie! Problem solved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paradiddlediddle666 View Post
    Just mark your stand heights and angles with a Sharpie! Problem solved.
    Or if you actually like the memory lock function (as opposed to just marking), you can use some small hose clamps from the hardware store. I use them for the spread on all my stand legs. They're way cheaper than "branded" memory locks, and much more streamlined and lightweight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry Skiddz View Post

    Or if you actually like the memory lock function (as opposed to just marking), you can use some small hose clamps from the hardware store. I use them for the spread on all my stand legs. They're way cheaper than "branded" memory locks, and much more streamlined and lightweight.
    I've tried sharpies, tape, zip ties, correction markers to mark my stands, and eventually got memory locks. Sharpies get erased, tape leaves gunk and gets messed up, and zip ties, while light, move about and i end up with lost marks and tube angles. I'm really anal about my angles... Nah, memory locks weigh next to nothing and are by far the most practical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beermaniac View Post
    I've tried sharpies, tape, zip ties, correction markers to mark my stands, and eventually got memory locks. Sharpies get erased, tape leaves gunk and gets messed up, and zip ties, while light, move about and i end up with lost marks and tube angles. I'm really anal about my angles... Nah, memory locks weigh next to nothing and are by far the most practical.

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    Exactly. I like my drums to look good. Not going to spend all that money on drums and cymbals, and then skimp on memory locks, that cost a few bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beermaniac View Post
    I've tried sharpies, tape, zip ties, correction markers to mark my stands, and eventually got memory locks. Sharpies get erased, tape leaves gunk and gets messed up, and zip ties, while light, move about and i end up with lost marks and tube angles. I'm really anal about my angles... Nah, memory locks weigh next to nothing and are by far the most practical.

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    I see your point; However, Memory locks would prevent how far you could break your stands down. Of course, This may not be an issue for you. Different strokes for different folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AL PERCIVAL View Post
    ^ It does come in a Hardware pack or you can order individually. Hardware pack: HWP150S - List USD $649 The Hi-Hat base swivels enough to accommodate any double pedal to fit easily next to hi-hat pedal.
    What's in the pack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MitchLyons View Post
    What's in the pack?
    Boom stand, straight stand, hi hat stand, snare stand.
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