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Dreammer Dreammer

«  The cymbal stand ideal 2in1 »

Publié le 05/27/10 à 12:07
I use it since 2005.

Before, I used on my old drumkit of Tama HC62R.
Very stable quality but nothing to say ...

The feet HC74BWN cymbal is really ideal function 2in1, thoughtful ergonomics, bearing positioning of the pole without notch, very stable with a cons-weight if necessary, robust, good quality workmanship and finish.

It is ideal for the following reason: it works 2in1!
Instead of buying without really knowing if we need a foot pole or a right foot to adapt to a place or position of the kit, TAMA ROADPRO HC74BWN does both!

To have a right foot pole fits into the main column.
Require the boom? It is fate, it turns rolling, we insert the rod and fixed. That's all idiot but had to think!

This deserves a 10 but I take off 1 point because of the weight of the foot.
6kg-cons with the weight of 1kg included.
Nothing too over the competition but when there are 4 to carry .... ;-)
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