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Pearl BC-100S Boom Cymbal Stand
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Pearl's BC-100S Stand is a lightweight boom cymbal stand featuring a low-profile, flush-base design that converts into a traditional tripod base. The...Click To Read More About This Product
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Whether tripod or flush-base, keep your cymbals in place and rattle-free.
Pearl's BC-100S Stand is a lightweight boom cymbal stand featuring a low-profile, flush-base design that converts into a traditional tripod base. The BC-100S features a gear tilter and is specifically designed to be lightweight and highly portable.
- Gear Tilter ” Provides accurate cymbal positioning.
- Reversible Cymbal Seat Cup ” The BC-100S's tilter features the patented Reversible Plastic Cymbal Seat Cup that floats for free movement or locks for rattle-free performance while recording.
- UltraGrip Wingnuts and Wingbolts ” Feature an ingenious ergonomic handle with notches, allowing your drumsticks to be used for loosening if needed.
- Die Cast Pipe Joints ” Extra-tall die-cast pipe joints provide greater surface area for unrelenting grip. Stop Locks assure rock solid performance and repeatable setups.
- No-Rattle Tubes ” Industrial-designed nylon bushings inside the tubes prevent metal-to-metal contact for rattle-free performance, making this stand ideal for recording session work.
- Extra-Large Non-Slip Feet ” Keep your instruments firmly planted and absorb unwanted overtones and vibrations.
- Single Braced Legs ” Reduce the stand's weight, and the wide flat base provides superior stability.
- Flat Base ” As a flat-based stand, the BC-100S can be positioned closer to your bass drum and can fit where other stands can't.
- Tripod Base ” By converting the stand to a conventional tripod base, multiple stands can overlap in very tight quarters.