Aluminum Hardware Has Changed My Life!

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You could shed some extra weight by using the upper tube as a boom on the DW clamp too.


I love the crosstown series. Tried them together with the DW and these were so much better to me in terms of build and how solid they were.

I don’t need booms on them, but they can be added quite easily.

I got a second snare stand today.

It matches the ultra light Club Custom kit I got in Yesterday:

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The Yamaha DS-750 is a perfect match for them in terms of weight and matte looks:
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Is there a way to add a backrest to that Yamaha throne? My lower back needs the support that I get from my Roc-n-soc seat and backrest, but man is it heavy! I've already removed the locking collar, but the whole thing is still quite heavy.
 
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Is there a way to add a backrest to that Yamaha throne? My lower back needs the support that I get from my Roc-n-soc seat and backrest, but man is it heavy! I've already removed the locking collar, but the whole thing is still quite heavy.

This should work properly for that.


 

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WoW!! If the manufactures could increase the tube size at least one size larger, it might be possible to mount a rack tom on the side. Then I would be interested in purchasing an aluminum stand. I use two rack toms and really don't want to mount them on the bass. It'd be heavier but lighter than the heavy standard stands some of are using now. I would think....

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WoW!! If the manufactures could increase the tube size at least one size larger, it might be possible to mount a rack tom on the side. Then I would be interested in purchasing an aluminum stand. I use two rack toms and really don't want to mount them on the bass. It'd be heavier but lighter than the heavy standard stands some of are using now. I would think....

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You can with the Crosstown hardware.

With a dual or triple tom holder from Yamaha, or most other brands if you donmt use the Yess mounts.
 


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