DESCRIPTION: Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes. Hi - I want to put some holes in the bell of my bottom hi-hat cymbal like the Sabian Fusion Hats to help the release of air. Has anyone done this, and if so, what is the correct way of doing it?Lovely Emma: Also they forgot the Jealousy factor. Both men and women get VERY VERY jealous ! And expect a LOT of emotion from them. Fighting is very common and very heated, but so is the making up ! Never get involved in a Mexican couples argument even if it comes to blows, because in 10 minutes they'll be screwing and you'll be on the shit list.
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So I had a spare set of hi-hats laying around so I decided to test out creating my own bottom vents for a quicker crisper sound. Here's my bottom hi-hat. Decided my placement and marked my drill holes. Anyone know of any hi hats out there with sizeable holes in them? I have a pair of crashes that I use as hats and I'm toying with the idea of knocking, maybe say, 4 one inch holes in the bottom cymbal with the aim of drying them out a bit. I know it would also give me a bit of sound edge effect by eliminating. 13 Mar Question: what exactly do vent holes in bottom hi hats do with the sound? I know they let the air go out better, but what will be the result of that? For instance: I like the 13" Zildjian K/Zs very much, but sometimes I think the ring is a bit too loud, high and dominant. Would a coupla holes in the Z bottom make.
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Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes. I did my own on a 13 inch pair and if you aren't good with tools, I would say be careful. It wasn't as clean as I had wished, but then again I'm not a professional either. I wouldn't do it on any good set of hats if you're not experienced
Holes on bottom hats tools. What kind of cymbals are we talking here? Hi - thanks for the advice everyone. They are 80s Zildjian K hats - they sound great with the stick, but the foot 'chick' is really quiet, and for some reason they really trap air really easily that stifles the sound to a huge degree.
When I have the bottom cymbal tilted at a very extreme angle, they sound better by foot, but then the angle is too extreme for good clean control. I thought the Holes on bottom hats would be a good place for holes. As the bottom hi-hat felt is so wide, it dampens the bell anyway, so should effect the character of the cymbal less than putting holes in the bow of the cymbal.
I'm playing a DW hi-hat stand, so I don't think the stand is causing the problem. I think I should definitely ask someone else to do it as I don't have the tools or the prior experience - what sort of tradesman other than a cymbalsmith might have the right equipment and expertise? Originally Posted by pbm These Sabian Fusion hats have two holes in Holes on bottom hats bell which seems like the best place for them?
The bell area of the bottom hat doesn't move much, and doesn't ring much, so i would doubt it would effect the tone when played with a stick or the overall structural integrity of the cymbal for the worse I can say for sure that I'm not going to do it myself as I will end up with a hole in my foot! How tight is the cymbal in the clutch? Cymbal should be loose up and the lower one should be at a slight angle.
Is it the original DW clutch on your cymbal? That should do OK, though sometimes newer high hat clutches are too "big" for the hole in older cymbals. I'd explore every other possibility before drilling holes in a nice cymbal. If you do decide to do it, any music store or drum Holes on bottom hats can probably do this for you or point you in the right direction.
As reference, I'd look for a similarly built pair of hats bell size, etc. Honestly, it's that tricky to drill holes through metal. Not like drilling through a wooden drum shell, where you can splinter the plies if not careful.
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Holes on bottom hats your hi-hats will only make the sound drier, and probably even more quiet.
Have you ever thought that the problem might just be your foot pedal Holes on bottom hats I've just recieved a pair of Sabian 14" sizzle hats today with holes in the bottom and the foot 'chic' sound I have to say is very loud. They're a great pair of hats, but if I'm honest, they're not as Holes on bottom hats when closed as much as I hoped they would be. They make a slight 'tist' sound more than a 'tit' sound. First of all Ks have a quiet chick sound, they always have.
That's what I never cared for about them. But I suppose they wouldn't be obnoxious in a quiet setting. As for the holes, they will make the cymbals sound a little sloshier when closed as well and not as crisp from what I remember of Quickbeats. Holes on bottom hats large felt you spoke of is also a problem. Hi-hat stands I've played on with big felts always have pathetic chick sounds. I even used a pair once on one of those and then on mine with the Mapex rubber cymbal washer things and heard a huge difference.
Try Holes on bottom hats thinner, harder felt on the bottom first if you can't find one right away just take the one there off for a little experiment If they sound improves then your solution is simple.
Find all posts by Cymbalrider. Don't screw up your hats by Holes on bottom hats holes in them. If you want a louder "chick" when you close your hats, either work on your foot technique or just buy a set of sound-edge hats, which are designed to permit air to escape and are often louder than standard hats.
Are your hats too quiet to you, or have you actually listened to then out in front of the kit? Those sound levels and qualities are often quite different. Find all posts by Salicete. Thanks for all the thoughts - I am definitely going to try them all out before doing anything drastic!
I would suggest trying as many other options as possible before you decide to drill holes in your hat. But if you have decided this is what you want to do there are ways to make it easier on yourself and a little safer. Drilling on that curved surface will be tricky so be careful. Another thing to think about is that after you have put holes in it that is raw metal that will be exposed to the air and dirt and all that, so you might want to check it every now and then to clean it.
Goodluck with what ever you decide. I was having some problems with my 14" sabian ZXT hithats, too loud, not enough response from foot techniques, and a bit of a hollow sound in general.
I found the bottom of a sabian 13" fusion hat in a studio i used to run, and until i read this thread i actually thought someone had drilled the holes themselves! I had a go on my ZXT's and it wasn't to difficult, the main points to remember are: Go up in stages with drill bits, i used a 2mm, followed by a 5mm, then finally a 9mm.
I stopped at the sand paper, and it took about an hour to get the edges smooth enough, which to be honest i was Holes on bottom hats with, but i probably could have got smoother with the leather. ZXT hats aren't exactly top of the line BB code is On. The time now is Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes Hi - I want to put some holes in the bell of my bottom hi-hat cymbal like the Sabian Fusion Hats to help the release of air.
Has anyone done this, and if so, what is the correct way of doing it? Does anyone know of who might do this for me - I'm not very good with power tools! Send a private message to pbm Find all posts by pbm Gulf Coast Seminole, Florida Posts: Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes I did my own on a 13 inch pair and if you aren't good
Holes on bottom hats tools, I would say be careful.
Send a private message to GruntersDad. Find all posts by GruntersDad. Tom Sawyer Senior Member. Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes I wouldn't do it on any good set of hats if you're not experienced with tools. I am the slime oozin' out from your tv set. Send a private message to Tom Sawyer. Find all posts by Tom Sawyer. Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes Quote: Send a private message to Deathmetalconga.
Find all Holes on bottom hats by Deathmetalconga. Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes Hi - thanks for the advice everyone. Originally Posted by pbm Hi - thanks for the advice everyone. Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes These Sabian Fusion hats have two holes in the bell which seems like the best place for them? Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes How tight is the cymbal in the clutch? Send a private message to volvoguy. Find all posts by volvoguy.
Joe P Senior Member. New Orleans, Louisiana Posts: Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes Putting holes in your hi-hats will only make the sound drier, and probably even more quiet. Send a private message to Joe P. Find all posts by Joe P. Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes I've just recieved a pair of Sabian 14" AA sizzle hats today with holes in the bottom and the foot 'chic' sound I have to say is very loud. Send a private message to Shaggy Alonso. Find all posts by Shaggy Alonso.
Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes First of all Ks have a quiet chick sound, they always have. Send a private message to Cymbalrider. Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes Don't screw up your hats Holes on bottom hats drilling holes in them.
Send a private message to Salicete. Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes Thanks for all the thoughts - I am definitely going to try them all out before doing anything drastic! Drilling hi-hat cymbals for air holes I would suggest trying as many other options as possible before you decide to drill holes in your hat. Send a private message to Fett2oo5.
My next move or do I just forget it?Hi - I want to put some holes in the bell of my bottom hi-hat cymbal (like the Sabian Fusion Hats) to help the release of air. Has anyone done this, and if so, what is the correct way of doing it? Does anyone know of who might do this for me - I'm not very good with power tools! Thanks. Well, no one ever explained this to me, but most baseball hats and helmets have holes to allow for circulation of cool air to the player's head. Typically, baseball is played in warmer weather and that circulation can help prevent the excessive bu. ..
Forum Cymbal Talk Bottom hi hat vent holes? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 12 of Bottom hi hat vent holes? Ok, I doubt this hasn't been done before, but I couldn't find previous threads about this. I know they let the air go out better, but what will be the result of that? Would a coupla holes in the Z bottom make that better, or what would the holes do with its sound?
Would it sound dryer? So basically, is it a good idea to drill some holes in the bottom? What they do is give you a faster closing by letting the air escape faster and that gives you a better foot click sound. Even then I'm not convinced they even do anything. Put this in your sig if you love AAXplosion crashes!!!!!! My Kit Support the artists.
Results 1 near 8 of 8. Added vent holes to my hi-hat. Subsequently I had a free set of hi-hats laying around consequently I unwavering to trial out creating my admit bottom vents for a quicker crisper sound. Here's my floor hi-hat. Slowing and including using a spray fat to board the speck cool I drilled to the core the cymbal. Added inlet holes on the way to my hi-hat went in the midst of four holes They are kinda mug around the edges lol So I busted evasion the dremel and cleaned up the holes uncluttered to the touch Nearby the later I was done the baby was asleep therefore I didn't get just before test them out still.
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Results 1 to 15 of I like the sound of this but need a couple of awnswers before I get drilling. Should I do it? How will they sound different? What do I do it with? How big holes, how many, where abouts?
Thanks guys, hopefully some-one can 'gimmie a hand! Venting Hi-Hats 1 Use a a drill press if you have one. I doubt its going to affect the sound of the closed hats much. Best bet is to find someone with a machine shop and a drill press, with experience drilling this kind of stuff. Venting Hi-Hats If this is something that you really want to do, I'd find a music store that has a set of hats the same size as yours with the bottom already drilled by the manufacturer.
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anytime you drill the integrity is somewhat affected, but I wouldn't worry about creating a weird overtone from a bottom hat. Honestly I doubt there is a wrong place, I've seen them on the bell, the bow, and the sabian EQ's on the edge. Holes are mostly for a cleaner chick (which I'm sure you're not used to). So I had a spare set of hi-hats laying around so I decided to test out creating my own bottom vents for a quicker crisper sound. Here's my bottom hi-hat. Decided my placement and marked my drill holes. I have ZBT Hi-Hats, and don't like the sound, I have heard Venting the bottom hat makes them sound much better I like the sound of this but need a couple of awnswers before I get drilling.. (IF) 1. Should I do it? 2. How will they sound different? 3. What do I do it with? 4. How big holes, how many, where.