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walbassist

Any drummers help me out? - Roland CY-5 hi hat clutch kit

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Hello

Drummer son needs the clutch kit (upper and lower clutches plus respective felts) to use with an L rod. Anyone know where/if these can be bought separately from the cymbal itself?

Thanks

Gareth Edited by walbassist

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Any music store or a drummer specific store should be able to order. In the U.S. we have mail order companies like Casio.

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Drum its often turn up at my local car boot sale. The venue we use for the Herts Bash (Youth Club) has been donated a few kits - if all else fails let me know and I'll see if they'll sell you the bit you need.

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A bit late to this, but perhaps you could have tried Roland direct? I have the same hi-hat and upgraded to the moving stand based one thanks to an ex-demo offer they sent me via email. They were dead helpful when I had an issue it being badly packed causing damage - they sent me spare parts.

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+1 on approaching Roland direct, in case anyone has problems in future.

I couldn't attach a stand to a Roland synth I bought second hand. Turns out the synth was missing a clamp/adapter at the base.

Emailed Roland through their website and they replied within 24 hours and a new part was with me, free of charge, the next day.

Definitely convinced me to buy Roland next time.

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