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Pulse Pro Double-Braced Boom Cymbal Stand
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Pro features include wide-stance, double-braced legs for faultless support. Nylon bushings ease height adjustment. The unique one-touch cymbal adjust...Read More
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Pro features include wide-stance, double-braced legs for faultless support. Nylon bushings ease height adjustment. The unique one-touch cymbal adjuster allows smooth, easy cymbal adjustment.
- Wide-stance, double-braced legs
- Nylon bushings
- Unique one-touch cymbal adjuster
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This stand is an absolute MONSTER!!!
Wow! From the moment I pulled it out of the box, I knew that this was the absolute heaviest and sturdiest cymbal stand I had ever seen! The tubing is super thick! I...Read complete review
Wow! From the moment I pulled it out of the box, I knew that this was the absolute heaviest and sturdiest cymbal stand I had ever seen! The tubing is super thick! I thought it was a speaker stand for a PA System! The exterior diameter of the bottom section (tripod) tubing is 1 1/4"! (Consider that a U.S. Quarter is 1" in diameter. That's beefy, baby!) This stand will also go higher than any stand I've ever seen. If you put the boom arm straight up and down (and the tilter as well), the max height is 6' 10"! You could probably mount three toms and a heavy ride on this thing and it still wouldn't budge! Easily the heaviest and sturdiest stand around! The one touch cymbal adjuster is great and very handy! Two MINOR complaints: 1. The boom arm isn't very long (only 12.5"), but it is knurled and still works great! 2. The memory locks are heavy duty, but they don't have a "notch" to actually lock into the section below it, but it certainly holds your height setting! This will make any other stand run and hide! Get a few!!
Most Liked Negative Review
I bought this stand about two weeks ago, I put a 20" ride on this. It was all good and i loved the stand but then i tried to adjust it. ...Read complete review
I bought this stand about two weeks ago, I put a 20" ride on this. It was all good and i loved the stand but then i tried to adjust it. When i tried, both sides of the part you screw in to adjust the cymbal extension part, both got stripped as soon as I took them out. (first time doing it) I went to put the screws back in and they would only go in crooked. Just beware for that. Other then that this is a good stand but I cant use it right now because of the reason listed above. So it is out of commision right now which isn't good. Thanks for reading and hope this helped.
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I purchased one of these about three years ago and let me tell you, the quality is shockingly superior and you can hang a US military tank from this baby with any wobble. GET IT NOW.
This is by most tests, an excellent stand. It is incredibly sturdy, wobble-proof, and rated to survive a nuclear war. It's also a very good price. The one problem is that the nifty quarter turn adjuster closest to the cymbal will, depending on the angle, jut up into the cymbal itself. As long as you keep the arm at an acceptable angle, this isn't a problem.Overall, this is a perfect ride stand.
When I first got the cymbal stand I had alot of trouble with it. The black piece that held the cymbal on top snapped within a week, (and I'm not a very hard hitter), so I had to tape it up. Also, the screws take forever to put in, and the cymbal would fall over or spin around. Eventually I found out how to keep it in place, so that was a major relief. Basically, it's an okay, if not then good cymbal stand. Buy it: it's cheap and works pretty well.
This stand is VERY heavy...you spread legs and its like concrete. I never move with two 16" crashes and a 10" tom so its a GOOD stand, I'd say well worth the money you put in it!
I have 3 of these and 2 booms which hold all of my arsenal SUPER HEAVEY DUTY..Fabulous for the BUCKS. As stated by most everyone the ratchet WILL BREAK I don't care how careful you are, mine got it in transport and I'm very careful. Just put the little guy in your pocket with your key and live with it..It's still faster to adjust..The stands are worth 3 times the money!!! Totally awesome!!KUDOS to PULSE!!!
I use two of these in my percussion rig, along with some additional arms. Between the two, they hold bar chimes, cluster chimes, goat toenails, a short bar with triangles, a long bar with mounted high and low jam blocks, vibra-slaps, mounted tamborine, mounted cowbell, mounted agogo bells, mounted cabasa, an 18-inch crash-ride cymbal, a splash cymbal, and closed hihats, plus a small percussion table for my hand-held items. They are solid and do the job flawlessly. As a big plus, they are tall, and help give a great visual appearance to my set up. Definitely one of the best buys I have made.
After reading some reviews, I bought three of these stands. Also, a motivating factor was that they were the "stupid deal of the day" and I was going to save $10 on each stand. I worried a bit because I didn't know what I would find when I opened the box. Well, HAVE NO FEAR! These stands are just as sturdy as my old Pearl double-braced models. There are a couple items to note. They may seem "rickety" until you clamp them down. Once that is done, you're good! One other item to be careful of is the plastic tilt adjuster. On one of the stands, it broke off. I now have it in my gig bag and pull it out to adjust the tilt on that stand when needed. I figure for the price that this is acceptable. I have three and I'm going to order one more when I buy a new cymbal soon. For the value, you can't go wrong!
I bought 4 of these about 6 months ago and they are solid stands! I play a variety of music and I'm also a fairly hard hitter. The bases are wide and the stand is heavy. If you are concerned about travel weight, then this stand may not be for you due to its weight. The quick ajustment handle isn't a problem either. The simple answer to equipment abuse is simply don't abuse your equipment. Anyway, I highly suggest this stand. I gig every weekend and I am proud I found a strong yet inexpensive stand like this one. I just ordered 3 more myself!
I bought a couple of these a while back, so I don't know if they've changed the design or not, but the tip is anchored to the arm with a roll pin. Over time, mine have worn so loose that they move about 45 degrees either way when tightened. If I was Pulse, I would've used an Allen screw to retighten when this happens, as basically you can do nothing once it loosens up. I'm going to thread mine and use a screw to regain it's composure. (hopefully) Other than that, great stand, great concept for a bargain price.
I ordered 2 of these a while back and they are great. They are very very heavy stands but they are amazingly strong and huge you can get them really high and the base on them is large. The weird plastic wrech thing to adjust the angle with kinda made me mad though. They break very easy I was being careful and still broke them but the stands are great other than that. Better than any other I have seen and they are cheap. I have a 14 in tom and an 18 in crash on one of them and it doesnt move at all...great buy, you would be stupid not to get one, really.