Taye Drums ACS 008 Cymbal Arm PackProduct #502244 Taye Drums 502244 DFEB Cymbal Holders & Hardware https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Easy and flexible cymbal solution.
Taye's ACS-PK008 cymbal arm pack is a height-adjustable boom cymbal arm that connects to either a tom arm, or another boom arm (up to 12.7mm). It's an excellent solution for adding an additional cymbal to your kit without having to buy or make room for a whole other cymbal stand. It is easy to adjust and set to your specific needs. The main tubing extends from 7" - 8".
- Height-adjustable (7" — 8")
- Knurled boom arm is 12"L x 12.7mm
- Easy to setup
- Flexible adjustments
- Clamps fits up to 12.7mm rod
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Comments about Taye Drums ACS 008 Cymbal Arm Pack:
I was concerned that it would make the floor tom unstable. With a 20 ride (sort of medium weight, it washes nicely with enough of a "point" to supply the beat) you can definitely tip the floor tom (13x14 in my case), but I wouldn't describe it as unstable. I was concerned that the radial movement would not be secure enough. It is secure enough. I have to loosen the wing nut to adjust it. There's a moderately limited range of positioning options, but for mounting a ride on a four piece kit from the floor tom leg it is flexible enough to get the cymbal where I want it. It would also work OK with a L arm double tom mount's spare arm. It strikes the right compromise between flexible and light. There's a moderate amount of metal there, but it's still a fairly light weight solution. The standard old school Ludwig cymbal arm off the kick drum solution is lighter, as is running a mini boom out of the second hole of a dual post Pearl type bass drum tom mount. Other than those two, I haven't found anything lighter than this. The biggest negative about it is that you pretty much have to remove the apparatus in order to flip your floor tom over to tune the bottom head. That is, if you're running a cymbal off a floor tom leg, like I am. Because it works as advertised and does what I was hoping it would do it gets five stars.