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Pearl C150S Convertible Flat-Based Cymbal Stand
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Pearl’s 150 Series Flat-Based Hardware increases function at a fraction of the weight. Taking on the flush-based platform of classic drum hardware, 1...Click To Read More About This Product
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Hardware with increased function and reduced weight.
Pearl’s 150 Series Flat-Based Hardware increases function at a fraction of the weight. Taking on the flush-based platform of classic drum hardware, 150 Series Hardware are built to stand up to rigorous gigging and play at less than five pounds each. Each stand also changes quickly from flat-based to traditional single-braced legs by simply flipping the convertible tripod base.
This Pearl C150S Straight Stand features mainstays like the Uni-Lock gearless cymbal and basket tilters make finding the correct angle a breeze. All this, plus accessible pricing make 150 Series Stands essential for the gigging player.
- Uni-Lock tilter
- Plastic wingnut
- Cymbal cup
- Reversible foam washer
- Convertible single-braced tripod
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Comments about Pearl C150S Convertible Flat-Based Cymbal Stand:
I replaced my bulky, heavy, double-braced cymbal stands with these Pearl Flat-Based 150 series stands, and they do the exact same job for about half the weight. They take up so much less space when folded up that I was able to move into a smaller hardware trunk, making a big difference because I'm gigging a lot! I flipped over the base part of the stands, rather than use them flat-based. The legs reach down elegantly from the center, enabling me to arrange my six stands easily and close to each other. They don't fight over floor space the way my clumsy double-braced stands did. As an ergonomic minimalist, I LOVE THESE STANDS! They look great and have all the 'little features' (toothless cymbal tilter, big shoes, threadless spindle tip, coarse-threaded wing bolts) on a lightweight but sturdy steel body. The only thing that I replaced was the plastic wing nuts, as I preferred my tubular steel 'torpedo' wingnuts. I'm wondering why we think we need all that double-bracing. Unnecessary weight!