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Yamaha CS-755 Boom Cymbal Stand - Medium Weight, Single-Braced, Boom Stand
- Medium weight
- 5-year warranty
- Hideaway boom arm
- Medium weight and single braced.
- Hideaway boom arm and 5 year warranty.
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Professional single braced boom cymbal stand. Yamaha's innovative hardware is legendary for reliability, durability, and versatility. Utilizing manufacturing processes perfected in the Yamaha motorcycle factory, Yamaha system drum hardware is the most requested hardware in the industry
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The fight is on for market share and this redesign of their hardware to flatter the second generation Recording series (co-developed with the legendary Steve Gadd) packs a killer punch.
Weighs 14lbs. Came sealed in a Yamaha, Japan box, boots are standard, one piece nylon cup and sleeve, two dense felt washers, heavy dbl brace legs, Florentine finish highlights, sound isolation sleeves on extension tubes, extends like really, really high.
* What catches my eye is the unique tilt mechanism. Never seen one like it and I love it. Check out the pics as they a thousand works plus.
* Everything catches and locks with very little force at all. You won't need your channel locks for this one. Boom arm is convertible to straight post or boom; had a notched counter lock on boom extension only.
* Sleek, sturdy, graceful, out right pretty, holds my 17" K dark crash no problem.
One comment was it was rather pricey (which is relevant to the buyer) but to me, the stand is VERY comparable to the 150-200 units out there.
I will be selling most of my Pearl collection and buying three or four more instead of DW or Mapex.
August 2019: Still my favorites, still have them. No problems and no indication of wear. Kills me to say it, but the folks at Yamaha did this one really right! My Michael Johnston 21" sits very stable with a good reach across the bass drum. By accident, the tripod base slipped down to a "flat base" and is to snuggle up to the bass drum if you need it.
THE BEST. Do not hesitate to buy this. It IS expensive, it IS the best. Beautiful. Stunning. I've never been so emotional over stupid drum stands. I'm telling you, you will not regret buying this. One of these will be holding a remote hi-hat with 14" cymbals and an 18" crash. The other I ordered will be holding a 14" tom and a 16" crash. They could've held twice as big of stuff EASILY.
buy as many as you can afford and never buy another stand again.
Yes, better than DW.
Yes, better than Pearl.
Yes, better than Tama.
Yes, better than everything.
Yamaha's hardware is so well engineered. All of the parts hold well without slipping, and without having to over tighten. Very trustworthy. If you are new to the hardware world, rest assured that this is the best bang for your buck- without spending too much, nor sacrificing quality that you'd hope for that'll last you a long time. Totally recommended!
Anyway, this is one of the best stands that I've seen or own. Very solid stand. I added a 18" crash and after playing on it, I noticed that it never once wobbled. This is a really good buy and will buy more of these stands whenever I need another; currently, I have plenty.