The Iron Works Studio Series MS756BK stand is strong and;versatile enough for sensitive studio gear, the stand is also qualified for rugged roadwork. Instead of using common hollow metal tubing, Iron ... Click To Read More About This Product
The Iron Works Studio Series MS756BK stand is strong and;versatile enough for sensitive studio gear, the stand is also qualified for rugged roadwork. Instead of using common hollow metal tubing, Iron Works tripod legs are solid iron. This smart, bottom-heavy design provides steadfast positioning in a smaller footprint. Tama’s extra-thick rubber foot covers completely isolate the stand from floor vibrations.
The tilter features Tama’s unique multi-steel-plate Vice Grip compression approach cinches and secures this critical axis with remarkable strength and assuredness. Tama solves the age-old problem of metallic buzzing/rattling by embedding a plastic insert inside the T-handle stem.
The die-cast locking thumb nut’s larger, sure-grip design allows greater leverage for faster, easier set-up and breakdown. And Iron Works’ sturdy zinc, die-cast adjustment collar will be appreciated by drummers burned by
the performance failure of flimsy plastic collars.
A cleverly designed Latch-Lok Sleeve Insert inside the main height adjustment mechanism prevents the collar from wearing out over time—so you’ll never have to worry about endless collar turning that fails to ever tighten its grip.
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Comments about Tama Iron Works Studio Telescoping Boom Stand:
Liked this stand at first, but then it went bad. After about a month of use, It became loose. Where the boom extension attaches to the vertical stand, there is a threaded fitting. This fitting is pressed into the vertical extension tube, and then threaded into the boom when it is attached. The crimping did not hold up, and is now totally loose and wobbles. While it does not fall out, it is useless.