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DWCP6000ULPK

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Drum Workshop's Ultralight Series Hardware Pack is perfect for bop kits, vintage sets and gigging drummers everywhere. A scaled down version of the popular line-up of 6000 Series retro-styled, flush-base hardware, 6000 Series Ultralight stands utilize smaller diameter, lighter gauge steel tubing and a low mass tube joint for optimal portability. Other marquis features include a new Glide Tilter for exacting adjustment of cymbal and snare drum angles. An "old-school" snare basket design get a modern, spring-loaded make over and the hi-hat stand is as smooth and effortless as its 6000 cousin.

The 4-piece pack (DWCP6000ULPK) includes:

(2) 6710UL Cymbal Stands
(1) 6300UL Snare Stand
(1) 6500UL Hi-Hat Stand
(1) DSCP6000UL Hardware Bag
DSCP6000UL Hardware Bag dimensions (approximate): internal L 27" x W 10" x H 8" | external L 29" x W 12" x H 10"
Pack Weight: 18.19 lbs. (8.25kg)

Features:

• Low-profile and lightweight aluminum Flush Base Design.
• Ultralight Joints are smooth, strong, and lightweight
• Offset Direct Pull Action provides direct pedal-to-hat response. Dual Chain. Easily-adjustable Spring Tension Adjuster
• Ultralight Glide Tilter angle adjustment
• Ultralight Clutch comes standard and allows you to dial in closed "sloshyness"
• 6300UL Basket Grips are lightweight, secure, and stylish
• 6300UL Basket Spring Adjustment is quick, effortless, and very lightweight
• DWCP6000ULPK Pack with Bag (DSCP6000UL) is perfect for gigging drummers

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Closest StoreOwen Sound, Ontario
The Cymbal stands are all you need for ride or crash use. But if you need to hang a tom off one, the feet are not wide enough. Also I wish they came with memory locks. I can't find any that fit, even from DW. The Snare stand is a clever design, very portable, similar to vintage stands but with a spring that makes putting it on and removing it quick and easy. It has a memory lock. The Hihat stand is sturdy enough, folds small, with a light spring that is adjustable. It too has a memory lock. Comes with a quality case.
Posted by Joe Banel on Jun 11, 2019
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Closest StoreToronto (Bloor St.), Ontario
These changed my gigging life. I still gleefully make people pick it up at gigs to watch their faces. With an extra cymbal stand, a kick pedal and whatever tom mount I happen to need added to the bag it?s *still* comparable in weight to my cymbal bag. The snare stand has a couple nice features and the cymbal stands are sturdy even with big cymbals. The cymbal stand wing nuts are a bit on the small aka ?loseable? side. My only real beef, and the reason I can?t give the set 5 stars, is the hi hat action is a bit weak. Also the wing nut on the clutch is too small/doesn?t grip properly so it would constantly get higher and higher mid gig. I swapped it for a Yamaha clutch and problem solved. Still, that weak hat response and mediocre clutch are the issues I can?t overlook. If DW could somehow fix that and maaayyybe adjust the sizes of their wing nuts ever so slightly this hardware would be ?next? next level.
Posted by Aidan on Jan 10, 2018
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