The Yamaha PCY95AT Single Zone 10" Cymbal Pad

This large, 10-inch cymbal pad comes with everything you need to add a cymbal to your DTX452K or DTX502 series kit - the cymbal arm, clamp, and cable. The newly-designed pad offers a more natural feel that enhances legato playability.


SPECIFICATIONS

Size/Weight

  • Diameter: 10" (255 mm)
  • Width: 255 mm
  • Height: 480 mm
  • Depth: 255 mm
  • Weight: 1.0 kg

Package Contents

  • Cymbal pad (×1), Stopper (x1), Cymbal holder (x1), Stereo audio cable (×1), Owner’s Manual

Pad

  • Zone: 1
  • Cymbal Choke: No

Connections

  • Standard mono-audio jack
Manufacturer: Yamaha
Model: PCY95AT
SKU: I582341-N-1-WHXC
UPC: 889025116411

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