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Telescopic boom arm adjusts to fit most djembes. Ideal for adding a djembe to a drum set.<br />
This djembe stand allows integration into any percussion or drum setup. Holds various sizes securely.
Specially designed to hold chimes, not cymbals!
Holds two LP Congas and is among the most heavy duty stands available. It is height adjustable and...
Matador Basket fits most conga drums.
Allows drummers to add a djembe to their drum set at a suitable height for playing.
Professional conga stand designed to fit most congas. L-bracket mounting system, heavy-duty mounting assembly,...
90° angled legs give added stability, spikes attached to leg bottoms prevent movement, and height adjustment...
The PC-900 fits virtually all conga diameters and other "odd" shaped drums such as djembes.
The Futurelite II Conga Stand weighs just 5-1/2 lbs, comes assembled, and adjusts to fit all standard size...
Toca Sit Down Conga Stands are perfect for keeping your congas at the lowest possible height while yet...
Basic, effective support for your djembe!
Holds any djembe in a traditional or angled position with 2 adjustable nylon straps plus an adjustable sliding...
Congas and djembes come in a variety of unique sizes that all provide a signature sonic experience. The versatility and eclectic sounds offered by these timeless instruments require a stand that can easily allow the drummer to perform freely and comfortably. Usually played within the confines of a band, congas and djembes require a sturdy stand to help accept all of the powerful energy the musician is putting out there. Stands were often used to allow the percussionist free reign to play. Having previously been made out of a series of sticks or rope straps, conga and djembe stands have come a long way. An adjustable metal construction now allows you easier access to this entertaining instrument, and even the height of the stand can be determined, depending on whether or not you prefer to play sitting or standing. Some stands offer a pivoting feature to allow you to send the sound straight out into the audience or mic without making much effort. This speaks to the traditional communal nature of the drum itself. When playing these energetic instruments it's ideal to incorporate a durable stand hold them securely. Professional grade stands offer an array of adjustable leg options as seen on the Meinl Professional Conga Stand. More casual sit down stands like the Toca stand are better suited for at home sessions yet still offer a range of adjustable options. If your next gig is at a loud club or bar, you might try a djembe strap that holds the djembe in front of you so you can easily interact with your other band mates. With an ergonomic construction, you can truly get into the feel of the rhythm. These signature percussion instruments deserve to be well cared for and protected. A durable stand or strap allows you to use them to their full capacity and ensure they are present at any party that should pop up for years to come.