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CYMBAL GUY PRODUCTS

 

Attach it to any hi-hat and get perfect fortissimo crashes each time using one foot.

  • 20" cymbals are pictured here but it can play any size up to 22".
  • Sets up with one 7/16" wrench or a pair of pliers.

Its co-inventors, percussionist Larry Spivack, Noah Hwang and Glen Ayers recently received US Patent No. 7,329,810 B2.

All Cymbal Guy products made of steel in the USA.

Cymbal Guy

CYMBAL GUY

CYMBAL GUY has been used in several theatrical productions including "Brundibar" at the New Victory Theatre in Times Square, NYC and Shakespeare’s "King Lear" (sound of lightning) at the Public Theatre, NYC. In March 2009 Cymbal Guy was used by the Little Orchestra Society at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center.

 
Cymbal Guy with D.W. remote

CYMBAL GUY WITH D.W. REMOTE

CYMBAL GUY works great with remotes. Shown here is the Drum Workshop DW 9502LB. The upper hi-hat is held with the MG-2 Mega Clamp (included in DW 9502LB) which is inserted into the base of Ludwig cymbal stand LM 926 CS. The remote shown here has a ten foot (305cm) cable but other lengths are available.

 
Cowbell Dude

COWBELL DUDE - NEW!

Based on the same principle as CYMBAL GUY, lets you play a mounted cowbell with a wooden stick using a foot pedal.

 

 

features

 

Cymbal Guy crash action

NO AIR POCKETS

Cymbal Guy will never get an "air pocket" because of the angle at which the cymbals crash each other, producing a perfect flam.

 
Cymbal Guy assembly

EASY ASSEMBLY

Cymbal Guy is made of nine pieces of steel connected by bolts and wingnuts, so it can be assembled and taken apart easily without tools.

 
Cymbal Guy with Drum Workshop cable remote

CYMBAL GUY WITH DRUM WORKSHOP REMOTE

Think of the possibilities...

 
Cymbal Guy with Drum Workshop cable remote

CYMBAL GUY WITH PEARL REMOTE

This one of a kind prototype was used at Ford's Theatre in Washington DC for a production of "1776." This model is available for rental.