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A straight-forward design that fits 12", 13", and 14" snare drums.
A snare drum stand with double-braced legs. Built to withstand heavy-duty use.
Precision shell-gripping mechanism with perfect angle adjustment. Double-braced legs with heavy, nonskid...
A snappier snare setup.
The HS700WN snare stand mounts the Omni-ball Mounting System to the snare basket, allowing adjustment to any...
Single-braced tripod legs for lighter weight.
A concert snare drum stand that offers a great balance of stability, functionality, and weight.
Improved design for extra stability.
Highly adjustable, sturdy, and stable, it makes snare positioning fool-proof.
The snare drum is a fundamental part of any drummer's kit. Countless rock anthems are characterized by the distinctive sound of the snare, and its versatility makes it an invaluable instrument that you can play in a variety of ways to get just the right sound for any song. In light of how integral these drums are to your set, they deserve the best possible snare stands. While snare stands tend to look alike, subtle differences set each model apart from the next. The range of adjustment is an important factor to consider so you can be sure the snare will sit in the sweet spot no matter your height or how you prefer to sit. If you are a hard hitter on the drums, a stand with a wider footprint delivers added stability to keep your snare steady. Since snare stands are designed to tilt, the movement is an important aspect of each stand's design. Traditional tilters are basic and functional, providing a good range of motion to customize the position and orientation of the snare drum. For easier adjustment and smoother travel, step up to a basket or ball tilter that delivers improved mobility and makes the process a snap. Designed to collapse easily for storage or packing when you hit the road, snare stands can be stashed easily along with the rest of your percussion hardware. If you are a fan of rack or multi-stand setups, a legless stand will integrate with the rest of your hardware and take up even less room in the trunk. Whether you're on tour or just heading to a weekend rehearsal with the band, your snare stand is ready to go. The guitarist and bassist take their instruments off the stand to play them. As a drummer, you don't—so your stands have to hold up to the same hard knocks as the drums themselves. A quality snare stand holds your drum steady, so you can spend less time adjusting and more time focusing on your performance.