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Incorporates wind chimes into just about any setup.
With a pipe diameter of 19.1mm, these cymbal holders can be connected to stands using either Tama's MC61 or...
Short ratchet arm (300mm - 11 3/4 inch in length)
The Meinl Güiro Holder attaches to standard knurled rods and allows you to mount your Gurio on a drum set or...
A versatile cymbal holder that mounts about anywhere.
Play cowbell via foot (bass drum) pedal with the Meinl PM-1 Cowbell Pedal Mount!
The Meinl Cymbal Stacker enables a space saving set up of various cymbals on top of each other.
This cymbal attachment consists of a multi-clamp and a cymbal boom arm. It works perfectly for adding cymbals...
The Triangle L-Rod from Meinl is perfect for mounting triangles via any L-rod mounting situation. Works great...
With over 5,000 years of rich history, cymbals have been a staple of many cultural and musical traditions throughout the years. From elaborate ceremonies to their modern day position as an absolute essential part of the drum kit, cymbals are truly a must-have for any percussionist. And now, with a wide assortment of holders and hardware, it's easier than ever to achieve the perfect cymbal set up. When seeking out new cymbal holders and hardware, it's important to narrow your search down from out of the gate. Ask yourself what you're looking to achieve, and odds are you can make it happen. Do you just want more cymbals to fill out your sound? If so, there is a wide assortment of arms that can mount on your kit and stands that allow you to add cymbals to your heart's content. From the ride to the splash, you can easily add cymbals both large and small to your kit. Maybe you're looking for a way to amp up your sound? If so, there are a wide variety of mic mounts and claws available for you. These are perfect for when you're recording everything from your first demo to your next hit single. They're also ideal for filling larger rooms when you're playing live. Solidly miking your kit can go a long way when it comes to recording or broadcasting your sound. And this only scratches the surface! There are so many options when it comes to holders and hardware that it's safe to say if you can imagine it, you can make it happen. With brackets and mounts for everything from additional cymbals to chimes and triangles, there is a full range of gear waiting at your fingertips. You've got that dream kit built in your mind, now it is time to make it a reality.