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As a drummer, you know that keeping a steady beat requires sturdy stands that will support your drums and cymbals through countless practices and performances. Of course, it's for this reason why drummers and percussionists from around the world count on PDP to provide them with stands that are constructed carefully with only the finest components. Throughout this selection, you'll find everything from snare and hi-hat stands to mega clamps and boom arms, all of which are tried and tested by PDP's dedicated team of drum experts.
PDP's catalog is loaded with top-rated items and best sellers, and it's easy to understand why when you consider how strong their reputation is throughout today's music industry. In fact, PDP boasts an ever-growing roster of top-recording artists that currently includes Brooks Wackerman of Bad Religion, Joey Castillo from Queens of the Stone Age, and legendary Rush drummer Neil Peart. In other words, you can take comfort in knowing that the drum and percussion stands you choose from PDP are the same ones that are used by the pros.
Every performer needs a strong snare stand for the most important drum in their set, and the 800 Series Snare Drum Stand is one of PDP's most popular items. Offering premium features like double-braced legs, slip-resistant feet, and a telescoping snare basket, this middleweight, economical stand is ideal for both intermediate and advanced players. Or, maybe it's a boom stand for your crash that you're after... in which case, check out the P/D 700 Boom Cymbal Stand. Versatile and lightweight, this stand is a compact and affordable solution to ensuring every cymbal hit you make is an accurate one.
To mention every exceptional PDP drum and percussion stand would take us all day, but as you can see, the stands you're looking for are most likely waiting here in this section. In the end, just remember that PDP has been a go-to name amongst professional and amateur percussionists since the turn of the century, so whatever you choose, you can bet that you'll be happy with the results.