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Pearl B70W Double Braced Cymbal Stand with Gear Tilter

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The Pearl B70W Double Braced Cymbal Stand with Gear Tilter has 2 sections and double-braced legs. Has positive-locking gear tilters for slip-proof cy...Click To Read More About This Product

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The Pearl B70W Double Braced Cymbal Stand with Gear Tilter has 2 sections and double-braced legs. Has positive-locking gear tilters for slip-proof cymbal positioning.


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3.3

(based on 23 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Light-weight stand

I've had various cymbal stands in the past, Yamaha, Pearl, and Tama. I have the B-790 which looks exactly like the B70W. Basically the lower tube is the diameter of the...Read complete review

I've had various cymbal stands in the past, Yamaha, Pearl, and Tama. I have the B-790 which looks exactly like the B70W. Basically the lower tube is the diameter of the middle tube of a normal three-tiered cymbal stand. So that tube is narrow and goes all the way to the base, which makes this a very light-weight stand. I have a Pearl S-900 snare drum stand which weighs much more. With the top tube extended all the way up, it's an easily shakeable stand even though it's double-braced at the bottom. It extends quite high. I find this boom stand very stable with the upper tube positioned very low and the legs spread out wide. So, I'm using this stand for a lower positioned cymbal.I don't recommend this stand if you need to position your cymbal high. It's an inexpensive stand so it has it's weaknesses. The boom arm end cap comes off easily so it good to put something on the end of the pipe to make the end cap stick.

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Pearl B70W

this cymbal stand was ok but the boom arm would move around on me. the only way you could fix it was by bolting the wing nut really tight with a pair of pliers...Read complete review

this cymbal stand was ok but the boom arm would move around on me. the only way you could fix it was by bolting the wing nut really tight with a pair of pliers ha ha but that made it even worst it ended up breaking the gear tilter:|, after that one of the bolts that adjust the hieght of the stand striped on me so i had to drill and tap some new treads into it and use a bigger bolt. i still have it but i use it as a straight cymbal stand.:)

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4.0

OK for beginners....

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This is a pretty good cymbal stand for the newcomers to drumming. It's lightweight and doublebraced, which are bonuses for the beginners, but not for the more experienced players. Players that play a lot more often or play a lot harder (like Metallica, Pantera, or other heavy metal bands) should steer towards other cymbal stands. I don't even play too hard but I still stripped mine. So this stand is ideal for the beginner with it's cheap price and decent enough durability, but the heavier, more experienced players should probably look out more for the other stands.

 
5.0

This is a great stand for...

By NoSuchLuckDrummer

from Clemmons, NC

This is a great stand for anyone wanting to move up to a boom stand from a srtaight stand. I got this stand a couple of weeks ago. It is my first boom stand and I love it!! I'm already planing to get another one for a ride cymbal that I don't even have yet!!

 
3.0

it's ok

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

the stand is not that great. i've had mine for about one year and the gear Tilter is starting to break.

 
5.0

Rockin stuff yo!

By Odlid534

from Kalamazoo, MI

This stand is the shit, like the dog that always comes in my yard...but anyways..I love it.

 
2.0

DO NOT BUY THIS STAND!!!

By Herb5b

from Midwest

If you plan on repeated set up and tear down the set screws WILL strip and the boom WILL slip. Spend the extra cash for the 1000 series so you don't have to keep replacing.

 
2.0

Not very durable

By Patrick-0ZMkA

from VA

This stand was ok at first but then the arm started slipping all the time and it is only holding a 16" crash. I took it apart after having my cymbal fall several times and found that the rivet had broken on the inside of the gear tilter. Do not recommend buying for heavy cymbals or a heavy hitter. Pearl dropped the ball on quality for this one.

 
2.0

Pearl B70W

By oscar-wT300

from houston, TX

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this cymbal stand was ok but the boom arm would move around on me. the only way you could fix it was by bolting the wing nut really tight with a pair of pliers ha ha but that made it even worst it ended up breaking the gear tilter:|, after that one of the bolts that adjust the hieght of the stand striped on me so i had to drill and tap some new treads into it and use a bigger bolt. i still have it but i use it as a straight cymbal stand.:)

 
1.0

crap, crap, crap

By zackosd_13

from conroe, texas

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i just resontly bought a pearl forum drum set from one of my teachers. everything wasin perfect condition, and perfect untill i got to the pearl stand. i put my 16 inch cymbal on it. i had to put to legs all the way down and it still shakes and moves alot. also during sound check it fall. this is a peice of crap, never get it.

 
4.0

Light-weight stand

I've had various cymbal stands in the past, Yamaha, Pearl, and Tama. I have the B-790 which looks exactly like the B70W. Basically the lower tube is the diameter of the middle tube of a normal three-tiered cymbal stand. So that tube is narrow and goes all the way to the base, which makes this a very light-weight stand. I have a Pearl S-900 snare drum stand which weighs much more. With the top tube extended all the way up, it's an easily shakeable stand even though it's double-braced at the bottom. It extends quite high. I find this boom stand very stable with the upper tube positioned very low and the legs spread out wide. So, I'm using this stand for a lower positioned cymbal.I don't recommend this stand if you need to position your cymbal high. It's an inexpensive stand so it has it's weaknesses. The boom arm end cap comes off easily so it good to put something on the end of the pipe to make the end cap stick.

 
3.0

Worst stand ever

By PearlexportNB-XXWTM

from Broadalbin

DO NOT BUY THIS STAND!!! Spend your money on something better. This stand is misleading "slip-proof cymbal positioning". I have lost two cymbals because the arm slips. If you want to hold a splash cymbal that is no problem, a Ride...think again.

 
4.0

Nice

By crazy22003

from Maplewood,MN

This stand came free with my Paiste 502s. Well I think it is pretty good. It's a little wobbly but who cares?. Overall buy it.

 
4.0

It won't last forever.

By MetalMoO

from Covina, CA

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Mine just broke. Sorry, well, it was one of my oldest stands, but I know other stands can last lopnger for about the same price.

 
5.0

4 years so far

By Drumdevil31

from Bham, WA

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I have 2 of these, had em for about 4 years and they're still holding up, the arms do slip but a little tape fixed that, if you take care of your equipment no problems will be had.mine hold 18" and 16" crashes, just use commonsense and dont expect this stand to hold a 22" ride fully extended.Its a good value, decent stand, and i think im going to purchase a 3rd.

 
3.0

Don't Like It

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This stand stinks i had it for 6 months and doesn't hold good and i hate it.

 
2.0

Done W/The B7OW

By Drummer1965

from Maryland

I have replaced 3 of these stands. The height adjustment screws all stripped out. POOR quality stand from Pearl. Do not waste your money on these.

 
5.0

Good quality item

By ECFNW

from Emory, VA

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I have used this for a year and it has worked great and held up well. No complaints.

 
1.0

Easily Tips

By Sonordummer

from Andover, MA

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I got this stand and mounted a china on it. It is ok when the cymbal is close to the stand, but when the boom is pulled out far, the stand tips almost every time you hit it. I wouldn't reccomend this stand to anyone who hits just a little heavy.

 
4.0

Good stand for the price

By Rev3:20

from So. Cal.

We added this stand to my son's kit and it works great. It isn't chinsy. It is a basic stand which meets our needs. We are buying another. The value priced Pearl hardware we have has been great for a teenager learning to play basic rock style of music. It looks great and has held up well.

 
1.0

Worst stand ever

By AnwoDrummer

from Nashua, NH

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This is the worst stand I have ever owned! When I first bought it the gear tilter wouldnt even catch. So I micky moused it and put new supports on it that later stripped because all the pressure was going on it...Then in the middle of one of my gigs It falls right ontop of my ride cymbal with my favorite crash on it. So over all this stand it poor.

 
5.0

Excellent item for the price!

By Drummer-B0tTz

from Canada

Let me start by saying that now that the Pearl 900 series hardware is available, you should look to that before the 70 series, because it's a much better product for a few more dollars.If you look after it properly, it WILL last you a long time. Currently I'm using my B70W to mount my Mapex Saturn 14x11 tom and a 17" medium crash. That's a fair bit of weight (and dollars) hanging from such a humble stand. Mine holds up perfectly, and proper placement and set up ensures it's as stable as I'll ever need it. I've had mine for over 2 years and it's still functioning perfectly. Even the boom arm is still in great condition.With that said, if you can afford a better stand, by all means go for it. But if you need a decent stand at a cheap price, this is the way to go. It's more than enough to hold a fair amount of weight without tipping or falling apart. It's all in how you use it.

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