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TH650 Tom shaft and arm set for V & M Series. Includes two TH684 tom arms.
Ultra Adjustment tom arm with 10 inch down tube. Available in a 3/4" or 7/8" ratchet style tom arm.
You know better than anyone that drumming is hard work. Keeping perfect time, hitting every skin at the precise moment, and nailing those difficult transitions takes a lot of concentration. The last thing you want is to have to worry about whether every piece of your drum set is staying in the right place. Good-quality tom and timbale stands are the important foundation of your kit, holding each drum steady so you can focus on the music, knowing that your instruments are secure. The tom-tom is one of the basic building blocks of your drum set. You hit your toms a lot, so it's important to have them well-mounted. Choose an arm that fits your down tube or stand, or opt for a clamp arm that fits any size tube. Most tom arms allow you to adjust the angle of the tom so you can get it into the perfect position. It may be named after the tom-tom, but a tom arm is a versatile mounting platform. Most models are capable of supporting other gear as well. A cowbell or other percussion instrument can easily be at home on an L-rod tom arm, making this hardware a handy piece of kit with multiple applications. Timbales are great drums for spicing up your percussion with a little Cuban flavor. Naturally, a unique instrument merits a unique mounting solution. A purpose-built timbale stand gives your specialty drums the stable support that they need. From tom-toms to timbales, along with any other percussion instrument designed to fit a tom arm, these tom and timbale stands are the ideal mounting solution to expand your drum set. When you're performing, you need everything to stay where it belongs, and good stands do just that. Whether you're just starting out or you're a veteran expanding your existing kit, the right stands and arms are always essential.