Hamilton Trombone Stand, Black Finish
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- Folds to about 29"
- Collet adjustment is fast and secure
- Supports both tenor and bass trombones
- Durable powder coated finish
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|Item Dimensions||14 x 19 x 19 in||14 x 19 x 19 in||4.3 x 24.1 x 4.3 in||3.5 x 23 x 3.45 in||14 x 19 x 19 in||13.31 x 5.31 x 4.53 in|
For 130 years Hamilton Stands has been synonymous with quality and durability and is one of the oldest music products companies in the US.
Top customer reviews
- K&M 14990: Absolutely the best. Extremely heavy duty. I feel totally safe leaving my horns (even a large bass) on this thing for extended periods of time. It's currently the stand in my studio that is always setup with my primary large-bore tenor on it.
- K&M 14985 : It's like the sports car version of the 14990. Still very sturdy, but much lighter. This is my go to stand for gigs, but I might hesitate to use it with a bass trombone.
- Hercules DS520B: Similar to the 14985, but it holds the horn by the handgrip and tilts to the side. I personally don't like it, except for the fact it's the only stand that could hold a horn with a mute or clip-on mic easily.
- On-Stage: Very cheap and super light. Has the annoying spring thing. I like the design a little better than the Hamilton
- Hamilton: Very cheap and super light. Has the annoying spring thing.
I bought this Hamilton hoping it would be a good, cheap stand. It's really only useful for holding a light (small-bore or alto) around the house – I wouldn't trust its stability on a gig. I overcame the spring issue by putting a long sock over top of the stand. It now stays in put and doesn't make bouncy noises every time you pick up a horn.
I would only recommend this stand in two situations, and would just as soon point you in the direction of the On-Stage stand.
- You don't own a trombone stand and can't afford a better one yet. (K&M!)
- You use it as a secondary stand for a specific purpose (I keep a small-bore on it in my studio all of the time)
I was surprised by the quality for the price that I paid.
But be careful when using with a plastic trombone. You could split the scene if you place it on the stand with too much force. Not that I would know. LOL. Don't forget a sock for it.