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[NAMM] Mapex B1000 & S1000 Stands

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Mapex announced two additions with the B1000 Boom Stand and S1000 Snare Stand.

The B1000 stand‘s new position tilter/lock system is designed to allow cymbals to ‘go where you want and stay there’ according to Mapex. Boom arm positioning and adjustments are possible by using a single wing nut, and the actual boom arm can be secured by the use of a memory lock. The cymbal stem has also been made longer for accessory attachment, and B1000 stands feature a quick-release OS accentuator in lieu of a wing nut for cymbal placement.

 

The S1000 snare stand features an omni-ball adjuster that can be manipulated with a quick-adjust handle. The S1000 stand comes equipped with spikes on the three stand legs that are adjustable and can be engaged for a firmer grip on the floor. MSRP for the S1000 snare stand is $169.00.

 

You can find the S1000 and B1000 stands at Mapex Drums Retailers throughout the United States.

 

For more information on the 1000 Series Hardware, visit MapexDrums.com.

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