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The Sound Percussion Hinged Memory Lock "remembers" where your drum and cymbal hardware settings are so you...
No other instrument commands the same stage presence as a drum set. Surrounded by skins and cymbals, the drummer is a master of precise timing and accuracy. With such an emphasis on striking the exact target at the perfect time, it's essential that the drum set be solid and steady. Keeping everything in just the right position is where drum and percussion racks come into play. Any drummer who travels frequently will appreciate the benefits of a drum rack. Compared to individual stands, a rack takes up less space in transit and makes setup and tear-down faster and easier. Racks are also ideal for drummers with a taste for plenty of cymbals and expanded drum sets, allowing larger kits to be set up with much less effort. Since every drummer's setup is different, percussion racks are available in a variety of configurations to suit any kit. For starter sets and the most basic elements, a standard rack will take care of the most common drums and cymbals. More complex models add in support for larger sets. If you want the greatest personalization for your percussion, go for the individual rack segments and mounts you need to build your dream rack from scratch. A rack is the perfect way to reduce the complexity of your drum set. Whether you take advantage of the size and weight advantages for travel or just simplify your practice set at home, a good drum rack keeps the power of your percussion just where you need it. The incredible flexibility of a rack frees you to set up your kit exactly the way you want it, giving you the customized configuration you need to perform at your best. There are plenty of things to love about racks: customizability, ease of use, expandability and simplicity are only the beginning. Take advantage of a percussion rack's benefits and you can be sure your drum set will be solid and reliable from the beginning of a gig to the last note of the encore.