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  1. Because, @#ck you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    I’m totally befuddled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    How do you mount the cable hats?
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    This comes from the rack clamp and then holds...

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  3. Because, @#ck you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DirkDiggler View Post
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    This comes from the rack clamp and then holds...

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    This is how I stabilize my H2000 (the long version) /main hats....

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  4. Drumming Since 1943

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonah Hex View Post
    This is how I stabilize my H2000 (the long version) /main hats....
    Other than pedals and HH stand, that’s the one other DW part I own and I too used it to stabilize my HH stand on my double-kick set up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Other than pedals and HH stand, that’s the one other DW part I own and I too used it to stabilize my HH stand on my double-kick set up.
    They're actually Pearl clamps. UX 80's.

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    Ah. I have NO idea how this little piece of DW gear made it into my hardware case.
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    Got creative with my rack system again.

  8. Beatin it since 1867

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    I especially like the curved vertical supports and the three architectural rakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HPD260 View Post
    I've heard good things about it. I think what hurts it is that it's something completely different, and the price isn't exactly cheap. if you're spending $500 on a pedal, you're probably going to buy one from a brand you already know and trust vs taking a risk.
    It certainly looks better than it's nearest competitor, the Sleishman Twin pedal.
    Quote Originally Posted by drumfreek005 View Post
    I had an interest in one of those quite a few years back but never pursued it because of (lack of) brand recognition. Always wondered about it though.
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    That’s a good question. Ive never [played one, but I like the concept. I know you can mod other pedals to do the same thing…
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    I’m guessing that if it was as revolutionary and needed as the Offset company said, the thing would’ve taken the drumming world by storm and… it hasn’t.
    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Is the offset pedal, ya know- an actual good pedal?
    I will go on record to confidently state that the Off-Set pedal is a worthy investment. Brand recognition aside (and I was skeptical, tbh), this thing is stable, well built, and plays as smoothly (if not better) than the top-of-the-line pedals made by the likes of DW, Pearl, Tama, etc.
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    Pearl ELX Green Fade
    Pearl EXX Electric Blue Sparkle

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    More tweaking due to never being satisfied. I think this is going to be the one I stick with for a while.

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    Very cool. You should mount the crashes a bit higher though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JY Kelly View Post
    Very cool. You should mount the crashes a bit higher though.
    With all those holes making them light and airy, I imagine the stands are holding them down, rather than up.

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