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Add a second cymbal to your boom stand.
The C-1000 Uni-Lock Tilter Cymbal Stand is loaded with upgrades and improved features such as the WingLoc...
The ideal cymbal boom stand for hard-hitting drummers.
Rock solid stability achieved by not skimping on material used—the heavy gauge tubing, brace, connector, ball...
Heavy Duty cymbal stand double braced heavy duty with 360 Degree tilter.
The Yamaha CS-660A Straight Cymbal Stand features a light-weight compact design great for touring drummers. It...
For ultra-adjustment of your cymbal.
Re-position your drum hardware with ultra-adjust positioning.
B75 Retractable Boom Cymbal Arm.
Bang a gong, get it on.
A boom cymbal stand that is simple, stable, and flexible. Double-braced design with hideaway boom.
The DW 7710 Lightweight Single-Braced Straight Cymbal Stand has the player-friendly features you'd expect from...
A Quick Turn Handle for 9000 Series Cymbal Tilter cymbal stands.
Cymbal stands, at their very core, protect your carefully chosen cymbals. It takes a while to settle on a cymbal that suits your needs, so choosing a stand to protect it is just as important. When you set up your kit, you'll want an optimal position for your ride and crash. The base of your cymbal stand, often equipped with rubber grips, keeps your preferred position set in place on a variety of surfaces. You won't want to resist giving your cymbal a heavy crash so with a wide boom base and sturdy grips, you'll be able to practice for hours on end and not have to get up to move your stand. Depending on your cymbal size, you'll want to choose an appropriate brace. Double braced legs are ideal for heavier and larger cymbals, while the more pocket-friendly single bar legs can easily handle a lighter and thinner effects cymbal. The array of adjustable components in the braces allows you to figure out the perfect position for your playing style. Easy access allows you to really power through a solo or fill with little effort. Look for counterweights when you really need your cymbal to stay put in an upright position. They simply act as a balance to ensure your cymbal doesn't go crashing after an aggressive play. Both boom and pivot stands can be equipped with this handy feature. Your final consideration is the mount itself. A felt washer is the key to saving your cymbal from metal on metal contact while being held down by an easy-to-adjust wing-tip washer. Some drummers prefer a looser fasten for a more bellowing cymbal sound, while others choose to tighten it to the fullest for a crisper feel. Durable cymbal stands not only helps you play comfortably, but also can influence your overall sound. The range of adjustable capabilities allows you to place your cymbal perfectly and the screw top can be easily tightened to your personal specs. They probably aren't your first thought when purchasing a kit but are definitely a major part of an optimal drumming experience.