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A 12.7mm Ball L-arm with 1" Down Tube for Bass Drum mounting.
A stand gives you two independently adjustable tom holders.
Choose from several sizes of Tom / cowbell attachment arms, fits directly in multi-clamp. Fits SCSTL2 and...
Any drummer will tell you that there is a certain joy and excitement that comes with the opportunity to expand your kit. Adding new elements to your sound keeps you learning and helps to ensure that your groove stays fresh. By mounting toms to your kit, you will be one step closer to that classic drum sound you know and love so much. Mounting toms to your existing drum kit is a rather simple process. How you decide to do it truly comes down to personal preference. If you want to attach two toms at once, the Double Tom Holder from Gretsch Drums is definitely worth investigating. It easily attaches to your bass drum and allows for independent adjustment of each arm, allowing you to perfectly angle your toms based on your playing style. If you are only attaching one tom, but versatility is a must, an L-Rod Ultra-Adjust Tom Arm from Gibraltar will definitely work well for you. It allows an almost limitless number of adjustment angles, giving you ultimate comfort and control. It is definitely important to note the size of your tom when choosing a mounting option. While most mounts can adjust to fit to the size of your drum, it is crucial that you double check to ensure that your drum is designed for, and can fit, the mount you choose. Setting up properly and with optimal hardware can save a lot of hassle down the road. Toms are a great addition to any drum kit and can definitely provide a fantastic element to your sound. It is important that you mount your toms securely to ensure they ring out powerfully for years to come. With a quality mount, you can adjust the angle of the drum to make sure you are hitting the sweet spot every time you play.