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Black Swamp Percussion MultiLeg set
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The BSP MultiLegs are an idea that originated with the introduction of Black Swamp Percussion's landmark Multibass drums. With the MultiLegs, you can...Click To Read More About This Product
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Make any bass drum...a Multibass!
The BSP MultiLegs are an idea that originated with the introduction of Black Swamp Percussion's landmark Multibass drums. With the MultiLegs, you can take any bass drum and mount it at a flat or slightly angled position for use in multiple percussion setups.
The BSP MultiLegs come in a set of 3. The height is adjustable from 15" to 32" which enables the bass drum to be in a flat or angled position. To attach to your drum, just slip the MultiLeg on your bass hoop and firmly tighten the clamp. Only rubber touches the bass hoop and will neither leave a mark nor dent the hoop. The clamp handle is also rubberized to prevent the other drums around it from being scratched.
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- Inexpensive alternative
- No Hoop damage
- Well built
- Gong Bass
- Upright cocktail style
Comments about Black Swamp Percussion MultiLeg set:
For years I've lugged around my 30"x16" concert bass drum using it as a gong bass like Simon Phillips and Deen Castronovo. Unable to afford an expensive tiltable concert bass stand (@600+) or an even more expensive suspended stand (@1,200+), I was forced to use a standard folding BD stand, which is little more than a hotel luggage stand and I can't count the times I knocked the parallel drum off the back of the drum riser (sometimes taking my gong with it).
The Black Swamp multilegs which I spotted in the Sept. 2014 Modern Drummer New & Notable gear review have solved my problems. Retractable from 15" to 32" they offer plenty of height to mount the big drum at floor tom level with as much tilt (about 45°) as I need. The bass isn't flying high like Deen's and Simon's, but I don't care about displaying it, the sound is what's important and I'm "all about dat bass".
The legs have the added benefit of allowing me to experiment with the Sleishman twin pedal (in cocktail drum mode) ala Roy Futureman Wooten, getting absolute awesome bass drum rolls in the sub-sonic range with my hands free to bash.
The legs attach to the hoop in seconds making set-up a snap and the compact, lightweight legs stow in my trap case no problem. The heavy rubber insulators both protect the hoop and isolate the drum retaining low-end frequencies at every dynamic level and offers unrestricted access to the tuning rods. Here's a well-engineered product that will be around forever!
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