Drum Workshop 9000 Series Bass and Hi Hat Hardware Package
The 9000 series is the industry-standard and Drum Workshop’s most popular and most trusted hardware for pro drummers who need a rugged and dependable hardware set for every gig. The Heavy-duty steel construction of the 9500TB hi Hat stand and the 9002PC double bass drum pedal gives them the strength to withstand the punishment that long tours can dish out, alongside a long list of patented innovative features that keeps drummers coming back.
DW 9002PC Double Bass Pedal
The DW 9002PC kick pedal provides patented features like the free-floating rotor-drive system, rotating swivel spring and infinitely adjustable cam to create a more direct transfer of energy that optimizes the stroke for more power and precision. DW 9000 Series pedals features also include an Infinite Adjustable Cam, allowing the pedal to be easily set from Accelerator to Turbo Drive or anywhere in-between. The 9002 Double Pedal includes a molded carrying case.
DW 9500TB Hi Hat Stand
The Drum Workshop DW 9500 TB Deluxe Free Floating Hi Hat Stand features a lateral cymbal seat - a first in hi-hat design, allowing instant access for adjusting the bottom cymbal angle; a small detail that makes a big difference. other features include a locking clutch.
Its uni-body Folding Footboard stays attached to the base casting when secured in the folded position. The DW 9500 utilizes a patented Double Eccentric Cam that increases the sensitivity of the footboard in relation to cymbal movement, resulting in a unique, incredibly fast and responsive feel. The Infinitely Adjustable Locking Spring Tension feature allows for precise adjustment to offset the weight of the top cymbal, creating a customized feel.
9000 Series pedals are played by the world’s top professionals for a reason; Floating Rotor technology makes then quick and responsive, while the Adjustable Cam makes them versatile enough for any musical environment. A groundbreaking design and DW quality has helped to make 9000 pedals our most sought after pedals today.