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3 sections for optimum adjustment capabilities, double-braced legs for stability, and a ball tilter for...
Rock solid stability achieved by not skimping on material used—the heavy gauge tubing, brace, connector, ball...
A cymbal stand that is simple, stable, and flexible. Double-braced, rachet tilter, and 3 sections.
Hold any djembe from 10" to 15" in diameter.
Solid support for the Meinl Woodcraft Series Congas.
The role of a drummer in the band is a crucial one: you set the rhythm, maintain the timing, and keep every other member in sync. Percussion is the foundation of the music, and if you want it to be a solid one, then your instruments are going to need solid foundations themselves. For that, you're in the right place - the drum stands, racks and accessories that you'll find here are more than up to the task of anchoring all your drums while you pound out the pace for the band.Instruments are things that are always on the move. From rehearsals to tours to your day-to-day local gigging, there's no end to the occasions that mean packing up your drum set and moving it. Collapsible stands are the go-to choices for portability, allowing you to compress your whole setup into a much smaller footprint in the van. Another popular option that lots of drummers swear by is the rack. Like a collapsible stand, racks can be broken down for transport. And when you set everything back up, the rack's relative positioning will make sure that every drum is in exactly the same place every time, so you'll never miss a beat due to a stray skin.You can find virtually any type of stand here, with tom and snare stands ranging from basic to more complex articulated models. There are also hi-hat stands, with their built-in pedals. All the variety means that it's easy to put together a totally customized setup, and that includes instruments too, with stands available for world percussion such as congas, bongos and djembes. Putting those exotic drums on stands makes it simple to integrate them into your traditional drum set, putting even more percussion sounds at your disposal.Whenever you play the drums, whether it's at practice or on the stage, there's no avoiding the fact that they've got to have something holding them in place. Here are the drum stands and racks to do it, and with tons of different styles to choose from as well as a huge range of accessories, you can build an ensemble that's completely your own right from the ground up.