The Meinl Low Hat Stand is perfect for cajon players who also happen to enjoy throwing in some nice cymbal accents and effects every now and then. But for years, playing the cajon and striking an accompanying hihat cymbal has been an awkward and uncomfortable experience at best. Most stands don’t take into account the needs of a player sitting on a small cajon box and the cymbal ends up being mounted too high and out of reach for a player.
Meinl craftsmen took notice of the problem and came up with a simple solution. They developed a user-friendly hihat stand that cajon players can truly call their own. The fully adjustable Meinl Low Hat Stand can be quickly and easily mounted down to a minimum height of 27” (69 cm) to keep the hihat right at hand. Now, cajon players can strike their cajon with one hand and reach out and bang out a cool cymbal crash effect with the other, easily, comfortably and without any awkward stretching and fumbling around. How cool is that?
The sturdy stand boasts durable, all-metal construction that stands up to repeated set-up and use and features easy turning handles for quick height adjustments.
We recommend using the low hat stand with 8” or 10” cymbals, including the Meinl Candela 10" Percussion Hihat which is perfect for cajon players who need a warm, softer sounding hihat that’s always mounted at just the right height for easy playability.