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Mapex B320A Boom Stand
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This multitooth ratchet cymbal tilter features dual-tube construction with a slip-proof nylon inner sleeve, heavy-duty cymbal felts, die-cast memory ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Solid, heavy-duty boom for your cymbal.
This multitooth ratchet cymbal tilter features dual-tube construction with a slip-proof nylon inner sleeve, heavy-duty cymbal felts, die-cast memory locks, double-braced legs, and comes with a five year warranty.
Multitooth ratchet cymbal tilter
Slip-proof nylon inner sleeve
Heavy-duty cymbal felts
Die-cast memory locks
Five year warranty
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I got two of these for Christmas to hold up my new Zildjian ZBT rock pack (w/ free 18" crash). That pack came with a free cymbal stand, so I only needed two of these. When they came, I immediately went down to the basement to set them up. They were up in no time. The cymbals sounded great, and the stands didn't wobble around or move on the carpet. I have one of these stands holding up my 16" ZBT rock crash, and the other is holding up my 20" ZBT rock ride. All in all, this is a really good stand. Don't be fooled by the price, it is just as sturdy as any other high-end brand like Tama, Yamaha, or DW. It is strong, the tubes are normal sized, and it looks awesome. This is by far the best stand in the price range. It will hold up anything from a 8" extra-thin splash to a 22" heavy rock ride. I love this stand. Thanks Mapex!P.S. I am proud to be the first person to write a review for this awesome boom cymbal stand.
This stand is sick. It's double braced, it's got memory locks, it's medium-heavy, it looks awesome, and most importantly it holds up your cymbals (from splashes to rides) without moving. It comes with a cymbal sleeve, and has awesome, really cool, soft, protective felts. I have two: One holding up my 16" ZBT rock crash, and one holding up my 20" ZBT rock ride. There is only one complaint though: The memory lock is as stubborn as a donkey in the morning. The drum key screw thingy works fine, but the actual memory lock hugs on to the shaft like a tick. With some good drumming induced strength, you can get it to slide down a little, but the whole problem is that I can't get the stand low enough just because of the memory lock. Don't get me wrong, it may just be the one I got, and I eventually fixed the problem. This is a really good stand.
The weight is pretty heavy so it won't go running away when you hit the cymbals alot. the boom arm is cool but can be a little rough only when it slips though. Tighten it down very tight and you'll have no problems. I like it alot.