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Ludwig LT-121SS Snare Drum Stand   

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The Ludwig LT-121SS Snare Drum Stand is lightweight, single-braced, and economically priced. The drum stand makes a great choice for anyone on a budg...Click To Read More About This Product

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Ludwig quality at an economy price!

The Ludwig LT-121SS Snare Drum Stand is lightweight, single-braced, and economically priced. The drum stand makes a great choice for anyone on a budget or looking to lighten up their percussion setup without compromising quality. Features triple-chromed finish, professional style collar clamps, and a ratcheted tilter.

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  • Lightweight single-braced legs
  • Triple-chromed finish
  • Collar clamps
  • Ratcheted tilter
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1.8

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1.0

C'mon Ludwig

By stumblebum

from southern California

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I used this at a gig recently. I was so disappointed with it. The basket does not tighten. The snare just sits on it. The adjustment was very lame. It appears that this stand is designed to be used on a toy drum kit.

 
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Worst design, ever

By Cletus Polk

from Turtle Creek, PA

This is probably one of the worst designs for a snare stand every created. First, it's not very stable. Any hard stick hit to any area not directly supported by the arms will cause the drum to lift out of the other side of the basket. Second, the arms usually buckle, allowing the snares and snare head to rest or hit the stand. And finally, the base is not that sturdy, either. All the way around, this was a bad design for a snare stand, even for a classical, beginner, or classroom situation.

 
4.0

Then To Now

By SabianDrummer

from Blossburg PA

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i own the 1950's version of this stand almost same exact thing. i dont know how i managed it but i got my secondary snare stuck between to of the arms yesterday and fought with it for 5 minutes. every so offten you have to bend the basket arms up cause they bend down and the reso head touches the bottom of the basket :-s. for a quick fix this is ok for a long term compainion go for the ludwig accent snare stand.

 
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Very Poor Quality

By Maddrummer2005

from Beaumont TX

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I have a snare stand in the exact same design as this, I replaced it with a different type. This is a very cheap design, that will literally ?put the snare in your lap? ?? by which I mean to say that after you play on it a while the snare falls of the stand! This is a very poor quality stand, I highly recommend you avoid it.

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