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Yamaha Hex Rack DTXtreme III Curved Rack System
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Yamaha's hexagonal tubing prevents clamps from slipping and adds strength and stability to the rack. Cymbal arms mount from front vertical tubes and ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Yamaha's hexagonal tubing prevents clamps from slipping and adds strength and stability to the rack. Cymbal arms mount from front vertical tubes and clamps rotate on ball joints for superior adjustability.
This rack includes three 46" curved bars, six HXTC tom/cymbal arms, four tom arms, two CH-750 cymbal booms, and one CH-755 cymbal boom. With available accessory clamps and tubes you can create any custom configuration. The matte finish resists fingerprints better than chrome.
Hexagonal tubing prevents clamps from slipping and adds strength and stability
Matte finish resists fingerprints better than chrome
Clamps rotate on ball for superior adjustability
Includes three 46" curved bars, six HXTC tom/cymbal , four tom arms, two CH-750 cymbal booms, and one CH-755 cymbal boom
Cymbal arms mount from front vertical tubes
Available accessory clamps and tubes for you to create any custom configuration
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Comments about Yamaha Hex Rack DTXtreme III Curved Rack System:
The Yamaha Hex Rack is by the far the best rack on the market. I would like to see a smaller foot option like Gibralter has but I'm not complaining. Be prepared, this rack will cost you. If you are wanting a rack for your drums, forget about the other brands. This rack will make your drums look "goosebump" awesome. Request: Could Yamaha hire a few drum techs to put together 15-20 different configurations of this rack so customers can get an idea of what they want. I can't believe I have to tell you to do this. I had to search for pictures on Google and there aren't that many. This is a cool looking rack but if you want to sell more of them you will have to hire a few creative techs (like me) to show some ideas of the many different ways this rack can be set up and how it will look with different drum setups. Put together "rack kits" and price them accordingly. You only have two or three and everything else is seperate. How stupid!! Give us what we need in one whole kit with 15-20 different configurations to choose from and price them accordingly. If everything is included, there would be no questions. The product would sell itself and there would be very few complaints. Best of all, you would sell more Hex Racks and make more money. Great rack, two examples? Yamaha needs regime change in their marketing department. Very nice rack though.