Tama Classic Cymbal Stand

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  • Tama Classic Cymbal Stand


Tama Classic Cymbal Stand

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Tama HC52F Classic Flat Base Straight Cymbal Stand

The Tama HC52F Flat Base Cymbal Stand is a durable, straight stand that brings stability and convenience to your drum setup. Based on the vintage cymbal stands from the 60s, but with the modern engineering expertise of Tama. The 9mm solid core upper rod and fine gear tilter allow for cymbal angle adjustments in as little as ten movements.
The flat base means you can position the stand in spaces tripod stands wont fit. You can place the stand closer to the bass drum, or between the legs of regular tripod stands, making it a flexible addition that can free up space in tight situations. The Tama HC52F isnt just space efficient when its set up though, it also features a compact folding design that allows you to fit the stand into a kick pedal bag - perfect if youre travelling with your own gear.

Lightweight and Space Efficient Design
The Tama HC52F features a vintage 60s design with the durability and convenience of modern TAMA engineering. The solid 9mm rod upper tube is more stable than a typical hollow pipe, yet remains extremely lightweight for easy adjustment.

The convenient flat base avoids the trouble of clashing with regular tripod stands in tight situations, as well as fitting closer to the bass drum. The incredibly lightweight and compact design makes it easy to move around your kit, as well as folding down into sizes small enough you could put it in a pedal bag. Its a great space saver for transport and an all-round durable stand at an affordable price.

  • 25.4mm base tube section diameter
  • Double braced legs
  • Boom/Straight convertible tilter
  • Fine gear tilter
  • 400mm boom arm (15 3/4)
  • Single braced
  • Lower pipe: 19.1 mm
  • Upper solid pipe: 9 mm
  • Weight: 1.48 kg
  • Developed in cooperation with Peter Erskine