Great feedback, thank you. I kind of wish they had memory locks. What you’re saying about the nylon inside the tubes... I experienced that years ago w/their 80s/90s heavy duty hardware (ironically). Though I’m guilty of being an over-tightener. Back then especially, not so much now.
Thank you, but I think you’re referring to the vintage ones (which I also have). I’m asking about the modern “Atlas Classic” series of flat-based stands. I’ve edited the title of my post to be more specific.
I’m likely going to pick up a few of the modern Atlas Classic flat-based straight cymbals stands, but wanted to hear from anyone that’s really put em through the paces by gigging on them regularly. Just a couple of questions about things I’ve heard that give me pause:
Any issues with build...
A buddy of mine here in L.A. (who I'm guessing might chime in eventually) has a 5". I'm not positive, but I think I recall it being a Trans badge. Could be wrong. Amazing drum though! I got to play it a bit one night.
Very happy w/this find & wanted to share. Thanks to a fellow DFO-er & close friend in Tulsa (who’d like to remain nameless) for finding this listing right after it went up & texting me as I was travelling back from a run in TX last Sunday.
I'd casually been looking for a 14x24 &...
awesomeness is what's there. :) looks like a Super Classsic 13/16/22, w/a Supraphonic snare. would be amazing if the snare was actually a COB "Super," but too hard to tell by the pic. Speed King pedal, 1123-1? hi hat stand, original throne. cymbals, Zildjian? is that red a "sparkle?"