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Pearl D70W Drum Throne
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The Pearl D70W Drum Throne boasts a thickly padded, round, vinyl-covered cushion for the ultimate in comfort. Die-cast seat bracket for security and ...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Pearl D70W Drum Throne boasts a thickly padded, round, vinyl-covered cushion for the ultimate in comfort. Die-cast seat bracket for security and durability. Height adjustment can be set to your ideal height rather than dealing with preconfigured settings. The throne's height settings are Stop-Lock secured and memorized.
- Thickly padded, vinyl-covered cushion
- Die-cast seat bracket
- Stop-Lock secures and memorizes height settings
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There isn't anything very fancy about it, but it does its job very well. I like to sit very high when I'm at my set, and this is one of few thrones that can satisfy that need. There are some reviews saying that the seat drops w/o using the memory lock. Well DUH! It was designed to use the lock, so use it and you won't have any problems. Pretty pricey for a "no-nonsense" throne but I've had mine for 6+ years and I still love it.
I had one of these for a year or so. It's your basic throne - nothing special. The issue I had with it is it would move down (get shorter) no matter how tight I cranked the set screw thing - even with the 'memory lock' stopper on the upper part of the tube cranked as tight as possible as well. Since I'm not a big guy or a hard hitter, and don't bounce around on the throne, this REALLY irritated me. Enough to get a Roc-N-Soc with the screw-type base instead.
I know that this is a cheap throne, but save your money. I played for about three hours two days ago and my back is still in knots. I've had it for a few years, and the padding is flimsy, and the seat wont sit flat.
It's good, but not all that good. It hurts after a while...
Overall, this is a good throne. I've had it for 2 years and it has been fine. The only problem I have is that the throne slides down unless you tighten the memory clip as well. If you just tighten up the knob that adjusts the height, it slides back down when you sit on it, so you have to get a drum key and then adjust the memory clip to the same level. I only weigh 140lbs so I don't think my weight is whats driving it down. Its not super comfortable, but it never starts to hurt. For the price, its a great deal.
WEll, I own the pearl d70 drum thrown, and let me tell you, my butt is in heaven the whole time. THe downside is the memory clip has to be very well tightened for this thing to work. ALso, it makes you very sweaty in "the region" so i recomend a towel underneath. But otherwise you will be in heaven.
This throne is pretty good. You're getting a pretty good deal and for a drummer of my size 6' 210 lbs. You're gonna want something like this. It's true when you tighten the screw to make it higher it does slide but if you juts tighten the memory lock to your position, you're fine. It is a little expensive for a really low budget person like me but not too bad. Best part is I've had it for about 18 months and its still standing strong.
The Pearl D70W really is nothing more than a bog standard drummer's stool, it does the job but becomes extremely uncomfortable after a short period of time.