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In a marching band, the operative word is "marching" - you're always on the move, so you can't mount your tenor drums on stands. That's why every tenor drummer needs the right hardware for carrying the instrument, and you'll find that here in this selection of tenor drum carriers. Designed to hold your tenor drum (or drums) in the right position for playing while marching, they're built with wide, padded surfaces to fit comfortably even during long performances. Most of these tenor drum carriers are low-profile, too, allowing them to be worn over or under your uniform's jacket. Whatever your band's standards and style, there's a carrier in this section for you. The standard attachments on a tenor drum carrier are a pair of J-bars, as you'll find on the Mapex Qualifier Tenor Carrier, Pearl CX AIRFRAME Tenor Carrier with Back Bar, and the Ludwig LF-6744 Marching Quad Drum Vest. Though they have that in common, some things about those three examples are very different: the Mapex is a traditional design while the other two are made of lighter, more futuristic materials. Choosing the right one for you comes down to your preferences and budget, so don't hesitate to read up on each one before making a decision. If your hardware needs are a bit different, you might be looking for another type of mount, such as those found in the Dynasty P23-MTQBK - T-Max SEM Carrier for Multi-Toms, or the Mapex Biposto Tenor Carrier and Backrail with ABS by Randall May. And speaking of hardware, if all you need is a mount upgrade for a carrier you already own, then check out the Dynasty Multi-Tom T-Max SEM Mount Receiver, Yamaha FCAT6 Marching Tom Attachment, Yamaha RM100 Small Marching Quad Spacer, and all the other bits and pieces available here to choose from. Whether you're searching for a brand new tenor drum carrier or making a change to an old favorite, there's something good waiting for you in this lineup. Although tenor drum carriers may seem like simple things, the truth is that they can be pretty detailed, and having an excellent one to call your own is the first step in making those long marches and parades more comfortable and - let's face it - downright bearable in the first place.