PDP Concept Series Boom Cymbal Stand
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A redesigned PDP hardware line with premium features at an economic price point.
Engineered from the ground up, the complete line of Concept Series hardware is designed to compliment the full line of Concept Series drums, but is also the perfect upgrade to any touring or studio kit. The range of stands includes a 2-legged and 3-legged hi-hat, snare stand, straight cymbal stand, boom cymbal stand, and a throne. All stands feature heavy-duty steel tubing, double-braced legs, and a new Concept tube joint.
Both cymbal stands employ a German-engineered QuickGrip clamp that functions as a toothless tilter and, when combined with Concept Series QuickGrip accessories, becomes a modular system that is highly versatile. The cymbal stands can easily, and inexpensively, be turned into multi-cymbal stands, percussion stands, microphone stands, fixed hi-hat stands, and more.
- Heavy-duty steel tubing
- Double-braced legs
- Concept tube joint
- German-engineered QuickGrip
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- Large Diameter Tubing
- Tilter Assembly
- Heavy Cymbals
- Large Cymbals
Comments about PDP Concept Series Boom Cymbal Stand:
I am still shocked at the difference between a lower priced stand and this stand. The difference is like night and day. This is so well made, it makes everything else appear to be flimsy. I realize DW is the parent company, so maybe I should have expected the quality right out of the box. It is so much heavier than any of my existing stands (except for my Ludwig snare stand). This is pro quality, and can take large, heavy cymbals with no issues. I would say there is no reason to even think of purchasing anything cheaper, because once you have this model in your hands, you will know you made the right decision. This stand will last! Music123 Custer Service is the best! My parents purchased my first snare drum from them decades ago in the Philly area under their original name (before the internet existed). I wish I still had it today as it is now a collectors item!