Ride Hats by Troy Wright



Part 1 – 0:03 (Heavy Top/Light Bottom):
Part 2 – 1:20 (Light Top/Heavy Bottom):
After a friend loaned me a 21″ ride for a session, I soon realized I had 2 cymbals (other than my existing hats) that were the same in size….. so putting them together to make hi hats was the obvious very next thing to do next… right? haha
These were clearly the biggest set of hats I have used and probably a setup I wont revisit, which is why I made a short video to share with everyone so hope you enjoy!

Hi Hat configuration:
21″ Sabian HHX Groove Ride (heavy)
21″ Sabian HHX Legacy Ride (light)

Thanks to Josh Larkin for the Groove Ride loan it sounded great. Legend!

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Cheers,
Troy Wright

GEAR IN THIS VIDEO:
For a full detailed description of what equipment I’m using go to:

http://wrightdrums.com/gear

DRUMS:
Pearl Reference Series in granite sparkle finish, Demon Drive Eliminators
22″x18″ kick
14″X6.5″ snare
12″X5″ firecracker snare
12″x8″ tom
16″x16″ floor
CYMBALS:
Sabian (L to R)
Hi Hats – 21″ HHX Groove Ride/21″ HHX Legacy Ride
Stack – 19″ Pargon China under an 18″ HHX Ozone Crash
22″ Legacy Ride
19″ AAXtreme China
SKINS:
Remo
Kick Drum: Powerstroke 3
Snares: Clear Controlled Sound
Toms: Clear Emperors
STICKS:
TX757W — Hickory 757 Ray Luzier wood tip
PEDALS:
Pearl Demon Drive Eliminators
HARDWARE:
1000 series hardware
CASES:
Hardcase
E-PRO LIVE
MICS:
Shure beta 52 on kick, 57′s on snares, Sound Star MKII ribbons on the toms, Rode NT3′s as OH’s

*A special thanks to Brad Hosking from Blind Boy Studios

http://www.facebook.com/blindboystudios


Post time: 09-27-2017