The Tama MCA63EN Cymbal Attachment works perfectly for adding splashes, effects, and small crash cymbals and accessories to stands with pipe diameter of 3/4" to 1-1/8" (19.1 to 28.6mm). Clamp (include... Read More
The Tama MCA63EN Cymbal Attachment works perfectly for adding splashes, effects, and small crash cymbals and accessories to stands with pipe diameter of 3/4" to 1-1/8" (19.1 to 28.6mm). Clamp (included) for attaching to existing stand features quick release to expedite attachment and removal process. Lightweight, solid, and secure, the MCA63EN features a quick-set tilter that uses a large multi-disk mechanism that offers more strength, requires less effort, and allows more flexibility than standard toothless tilters.
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definitely a reliable buy. i've had this for about a year now and it hasn't moved one bit from it's position on my straight cymbal stand. at first, i only used it to hold my mini-china, but then i figured i'd put my 20" ride cymbal and the china on top of it. i sense no sign of breakage or any wear for that matter, so if you're looking for something that can carry its weight around, this is the guy!
I bought this attachment for my 10" Sabian Hand Hammered Splash and it works great. You can put it in about any position you want, and it's also easy to maneuver. If you're going to put a heavier cymbal on it, like others have said, be careful not to tilt your whole stand over from all the weight. Even though I only have a little splash on it at the moment, I have this clamped to my double tom stand between my two bass drums since that's where I like my splash to be (over and between the two rack toms) but if I were to put a heavier cymbal there it won't fall since it's on the tom stand, which is obviously heavier. Overall I like this thing a lot, Tama makes the best hardware. All my hardware and drums are Tama.
great clamp. at first i bought it for a splash but ended up putting my ride on it. it held up like a tank. my only problem is now i use 2 of them for crashes and the boom could be a bit longer.
I currently have 4 of these on my kit, holding two 10" splashes and two 14" crashes. The crashes are both mounted to stands but I wouldn't go any larger than a 14" for these simply because from my experience, the stands can get a bit shaky (and I'm a mid to light hitter). For anything smaller tho, these are great and much cheaper than buying a new stand.
Like i said, heavy duty item. It's holding my 20" crash attached to a tama striaght cymbal stand with a 18" crash/ride on it. You have to have this, better than buying another cymbal stand. Rock On Dudes.
Bought this arm clamp not to long ago, about a month. mounted it on a tama boom stand with a 20" crash on it, the one without the counterweight, and slapped a zilbel on the arm and to the stand, and.. its pretty much staying put like ide want it to. its a great buy my opionion, really heavy duty
I use this for my 14" crash and it works great. Although it's a little on the heavy side. It started tipping my Yamaha stand a little, but I fixed it. Also ths is great if you already have too many stands, it saves lots of space
This thing is HEAVY. However, I think I got a little lucky by connecting it to my DW cymbal stand (which was already holding an 18 inch Sabian) and to my surprise the whole thing didn't topple over. It is GREAT quality (this thing can probably withstand nuclear warfare) and it (hopefully) isin't heavy enough to topple your stand over. I currently have a 14 inch Sabian splash on it. If you plan on holding anything dark and heavy on this clamp, connect it to a tom arm. Careful with cymbal stands with this thing. If you can't find the Gibraltar Cymbal Grabber arm, this makes an excellent alternative, in spite of the weight. Overall great clamp!
The Tama MCA63EN does exactly what it is supposed to do: hold a cymbal without having to buy another stand. I have used this product for over a year, and it has never one failed me. Although I only use it to hold a splash cymbal, I have full confidence it would hold up to a sixteen-inch crash, quite possibly even more. The limiting factor in the use of this product is the stand it is clamped to. I say this because a stand will tip over before the cymbal attachment becomes loose. The cymbal attachment can be positioned any direction or angle a drummer would want. The wing nuts tighten the product to several different widths securely, making it very versatile. Over all, I love this cymbal attachment. It offers everything I need at a reasonable price. If the need for another cymbal attachment arose, I would buy this product again.