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Musician's Friend Low-Profile Round-Base Mic Stand with Regular Boom
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Stand base is too light to support boom arm when all but the lightest of microphones are attached unless the boom is kept in a position such that the mic is right over the base. In such a setup what is the point of the boom arm - to look cool? It seems sturdy enough, and you may be able to use it to mic a guitar cab, but it definitely won't do for micing bass drums.
This stand is much too topheavy to be used anywhere but on a desk with a very light microphone. The boom is practically useless with a kick drum mic because of its length. The kit comes with rubber feet which make it even more unstable. I leave mine off when I use it. I only use it for bottom-mic'ing a snare drum.
This stand is not practical for all of the reasons the other reviewers gave...a waste of money. If you intend to use this as a kick mic stand, you're far better off stacking a couple of pillows and resting the mic on them.
I bought this stand for miking my kick drum and guitar amp. The base of the stand is so small and light that whenever I extend the boom at all the stand just falls over. I didn't realize the base would be so light when I bought it. The boom arm is good quality, I just need to buy a larger base for it. I'll use the small one for a talkback mic stand or something.