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Alesis Real Hat Hi-Hat Pedal w/ Continuously Variable Control - RealHat

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Alesis Real Hat Hi-Hat Pedal w/ Continuously Variable Control - RealHat

This hi-hat control pedal gives you traditional hi-hat feel with a full-sized, die-cast footboard for professional durability. The RealHat Pedal gives you continuous control from closed to open and all points between and works with virtually all e-percussion modules and devices including the DM10 and Trigger|iO. Its slim profile fits perfectly next to double bass pedals and its integrated spikes and velcro hold its position on carpet.

  • Hi-hat control pedal for traditional hi-hat feel
  • Full-sized, die-cast footboard for professional durability
  • Continuous control from closed to open and all points between
  • Works with virtually all e-percussion including DM10, Trigger|iO, and ControlPad
  • Slim profile fits perfectly next to double bass pedals
  • Integrated spikes and velcro for holding position on carpet

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