This DWCP3300 Series Snare Drum Stand features steel double-braced legs. It offers optimal support for heavy snares, while the scaled-down footprint make it easy to position in between multi-pedal set... Read More
This DWCP3300 Series Snare Drum Stand features steel double-braced legs. It offers optimal support for heavy snares, while the scaled-down footprint make it easy to position in between multi-pedal setups.
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This stand for the price is 100% the best bang for your buck. I have played on yamaha stands most of my gigging career, and I can say that it broke my heart to switch over. When I sheared the metal on the tilt gear on my old yamaha stand, I was in a bit of a pinch. I started pricing every stand that was good quality. This stand always ended up in the mix day after day. Eventually, I ordered it and was very happy with what this stand gave me. This stand is SOLID! very well put together piece of hardware with memory lock for the height adjusting tube. The basket is easy to set tight without over tightening on the snare with one of the best feeling turn knob I've used (not that this is important, but it is one of my favorite parts of the snare aesthetically). Next is the fine toothed tilt gear for the basket angle. This is no doubt my favorite part of the snare's functionality. I can have that snare tilted exactly to the angle I wanted it. Most snares in this price range offer larger toothed tilt gears, making your snare either too flat or facing you at a harsh angle. This stand takes confort to the next level! Lastly is the double bracing legs, and this is actually where I took a star off. The legs themselves are very easy to adjust and well made, however, you have to set them to spread while on the floor so the middle tube does not stick down too far, and the low profile of the footprint while great for double pedal players, is higher than I would have like and a little wobbly. This is not any way hindering it's overall performance though in terms of being stable and maneuverable. Overall, I do believe this stand inside the $75 - $100 range is the best snare stand you can buy. for more money, you can get all the other "perks" of hydrolic lifts and blah blah blah. I didnt need it, nor probably do you.
If you're looking for a rock solid stand at an affordable price, you won't go wrong with the 3000. Typical DW craftsmanship, which is to say excellent, and very sturdy. It doesn't rock or sway, maintains a death grip, and it's easy to set-up and lock your preferences into place. Don't be fooled by the "cheap" stands, especially if you break down your stand a lot. You hit your snare more than any other drum, give it the support it deserves.
This stand is a great value! It's got some strength though it isn't really heavy. Not as many features as the higher-end stands, but its got everything you need. Perfect for the gigging drummer on a budget!
Great stand for the price...good quality
this is a great stand for the money and for dw too. its pretty light good for the gigging drummer who needs something strong than the true cheap stuff. its over all a great stand it doesnt have all the bells and wistels but sometimes simple is better. if your looking for an affordable stand that ges the job done right go for it
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