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I took the last couple hours of my life to disassemble my kits and weigh all the hardware on it. I didn't do the accessory clamps and arms because I didn't want to spend another hour going through all those, but this is what I have.

Gibraltar Hardware:
8707 Flat Base hi hat stand: 6.37 lbs.
8709 Flat Base boom stand: 6.01 lbs.
8710 Flat Base straight stand: 5.53 lbs.
8713UA Ultra Adjust snare stand: 6.54 lbs
6711DD Direct Drive G single pedal: 4.76 lbs.

Pearl Hardware:
BC900 boom stand: 9.96 lbs.
BC2030 boom stand with counterweight: 15.38 lbs.
S930 snare stand: 7.33 lbs
S1000 snare stand: 8.67 lbs.
H2000 Eliminator hi hat stand: 13.60 lbs.
2002B Eliminator double pedals: 11.81 lbs.

Tama Hardware:
HC92 Titan Stilt straight stand: 9.45 lbs.
HC93B Titan Stilt boom stand: 11.33 lbs.
HC94B Titan Stilt boom with counterweight stand: 13.45 lbs.
HC104TB Titan Stilt boom with counterweight stand: 14.40 lbs.
HC73BWN Roadpro boom stand: 10.64 lbs.
HC83BW Roadpro boom stand: 11.06 lbs.
HC84BW Roadpro boom with counterweight stand: 13.60 lbs
HTW839W Roadpro Stilt double tom stand: 11.06 lbs.
HS800W Omni-Ball snare stand: 7.60 lbs.
HH905N Iron Cobra hi hat stand: 11.37 lbs.
HP900PSWN Iron Cobra double pedal: 11.06 lbs.

Mapex Hardware:
HF1000 Falcon hi hat stand: 12.07 lbs.
P1000TW Falcon double bass pedal: 12.55 lbs

Thrones:
Tama HT750C Hydraulic First Chair: 13.24 lbs.
Pork Pie Round top with screw base: 13.61 lbs.
Roc-n-Soc Nitro saddle top with tall base: 14.92 lbs.
 

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Tommy D said:
I took the last couple hours of my life to disassemble my kits and weigh all the hardware on it. I didn't do the accessory clamps and arms because I didn't want to spend another hour going through all those, but this is what I have.

Gibraltar Hardware:
8707 Flat Base hi hat stand: 6.37 lbs.
8709 Flat Base boom stand: 6.01 lbs.
8710 Flat Base straight stand: 5.53 lbs.
8713UA Ultra Adjust snare stand: 6.54 lbs
6711DD Direct Drive G single pedal: 4.76 lbs.

Pearl Hardware:
BC900 boom stand: 9.96 lbs.
BC2030 boom stand with counterweight: 15.38 lbs.
S930 snare stand: 7.33 lbs
S1000 snare stand: 8.67 lbs.
H2000 Eliminator hi hat stand: 13.60 lbs.
2002B Eliminator double pedals: 11.81 lbs.

Tama Hardware:
HC92 Titan Stilt straight stand: 9.45 lbs.
HC93B Titan Stilt boom stand: 11.33 lbs.
HC94B Titan Stilt boom with counterweight stand: 13.45 lbs.
HC104TB Titan Stilt boom with counterweight stand: 14.40 lbs.
HC73BWN Roadpro boom stand: 10.64 lbs.
HC83BW Roadpro boom stand: 11.06 lbs.
HC84BW Roadpro boom with counterweight stand: 13.60 lbs
HTW839W Roadpro Stilt double tom stand: 11.06 lbs.
HS800W Omni-Ball snare stand: 7.60 lbs.
HH905N Iron Cobra hi hat stand: 11.37 lbs.
HP900PSWN Iron Cobra double pedal: 11.06 lbs.

Mapex Hardware:
HF1000 Falcon hi hat stand: 12.07 lbs.
P1000TW Falcon double bass pedal: 12.55 lbs

Thrones:
Tama HT750C Hydraulic First Chair: 13.24 lbs.
Pork Pie Round top with screw base: 13.61 lbs.
Roc-n-Soc Nitro saddle top with tall base: 14.92 lbs.
Wow, thanks for all those! It's pretty interesting to add more heavy weight stuff to the list. Especially thinking things like, your heaviest cymbal stand (Pearl BC2030 Boom: 15.4 lbs(!)) weighs more than a DW Ultra-Light hi-hat stand, snare stand, and two cymbal stands. Getting close to an entire hardware bag's worth of stuff.
 

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Yeah, that Pearl stand surprised me. I didn't think any stands were as heavy as my old Titan Stilt HC104TB, but that Pearl has lots of gizmos and telescoping boom arms on other telescoping boom arms. It's a pretty nuts stand.
 

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The weight off the coming Yamaha HW-3 pack hardware according to Murat:


The whole bag is 17.03 Pounds. That is lighter than both Tama and DW. The cymbal stand is 3.30 pounds. The snare stand is 3.20 pounds. The hi hat stand is 4.80 pounds.
 

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musiqman said:
The weight off the coming Yamaha HW-3 pack hardware according to Murat:


The whole bag is 17.03 Pounds. That is lighter than both Tama and DW. The cymbal stand is 3.30 pounds. The snare stand is 3.20 pounds. The hi hat stand is 4.80 pounds.
Added. Thanks for reminding me to do that. I just called all three of them "HW-3" without knowing the full model number yet.
 

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musiqman said:
Apologies:
  • 2 CS-3 Cymbal Stands
  • SS-3 Snare stand
  • HHS-3 hi-hat stand
Cool, I've corrected those names. Do you know why the number 3 with this series?
 

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musiqman said:
The weight off the coming Yamaha HW-3 pack hardware according to Murat:


The whole bag is 17.03 Pounds. That is lighter than both Tama and DW. The cymbal stand is 3.30 pounds. The snare stand is 3.20 pounds. The hi hat stand is 4.80 pounds.
I can't find any info on the internet about this hardware. No websites, no images, no videos, it's not even on Yamaha's website. What is this stuff?
 

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Tommy D said:
The weight off the coming Yamaha HW-3 pack hardware according to Murat:





The whole bag is 17.03 Pounds. That is lighter than both Tama and DW. The cymbal stand is 3.30 pounds. The snare stand is 3.20 pounds. The hi hat stand is 4.80 pounds.
I can't find any info on the internet about this hardware. No websites, no images, no videos, it's not even on Yamaha's website. What is this stuff?




This thread seems to have the best info on it: http://www.drumforum.org/index.php?/topic/153350-new-yamaha-lightweight-stands-in-this-modern-drummer/
 

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Has anyone weighed the Tama HP50 classic pedal or have one you do not mind weighing and sharing?

Thanks
 

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Although my store hasn't received our Yamaha Lightweight hardware packs yet, we did receive one HHS3 hihat stand
and one SS3 snare stand, which is what I wanted to check out individually and most likely buy.
I'm going to test them out this weekend. My initial opinion is that I really like them!

My weights, including the cloth bag are:
SS3 = 3.4 lbs.
HHS3 = 5.1 lbs.

Stretch
 

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Has anyone weighed the Tama HP50 classic pedal or have one you do not mind weighing and sharing?

Thanks
I would be interested in this as well. I was looking at the light weight Tama stuff just yesterday. I have always been a sucker for Tama hardware so I tend to lean toward them anyway.
 

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Hey guys, I've just created a Github repository to store this information, both in lbs and kg. Feel free to add, modify and use.
@hefty I hope you don't treat it as stealing/hijacking of your topic. You can also put the link in the first post :)
 

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Has anyone weighed the Tama HP50 classic pedal or have one you do not mind weighing and sharing?

Thanks
I posted weights for my HP35 back in post #49

"I've used the same Camco by Tama chain drive since 1990.
In '99 or 2000 I picked up a Duplex Soft Beater and have been using that one, since.
Weight of the pedal with the fuzzy beater - 1.27573kg.
I did keep the original beater and put it back on just to see if it made a difference.
Weight of pedal with original beater - 1.26155kg.
"


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Hey guys, I've just created a Github repository to store this information, both in lbs and kg. Feel free to add, modify and use.
@hefty I hope you don't treat it as stealing/hijacking of your topic. You can also put the link in the first post :)
No problem here. Makes sense to modernize this list IMO.
 

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I clicked on the website.
Looks confusing.
Didn't see anyway to enter new information.
What's wrong with just entering info in this thread?
Much easier to post new info and the OP can keep track of new posts through email alerts, or just checking in.
I'm probably missing something and someone will write out a soliloquy explaining it, but I just don't see things being easier with that website, compared to continuing this thread.
 

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