Sonor CC5215 Cymbal Clamp

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Cymbal Clamp

  • Individual
  • For securing cymbals
Thread M6
available since December 2002
Item number 159054
sales unit 1 piece(s)
£5.40
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degroovemeister 15.12.2020
These are an excellent product from SONOR. They are well made, and should last. Quick to clamp the cymbal and quick to release. The only thing I noticed, is you need to make sure the clamp covers the cymbal stands thread by at least 1/2 inch, or the clamp can pop off during use. I have been using these on all my stands for some time with no problems. Another benefit, if you do drop the clamp it will not damage your drum shells the way a meta wing nut will..
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Simple but effective
Aussie Drummer 10.10.2017
I've been using these clamps for 20 years - you can place it on or off by squeezing with one hand, but once its in place, you can rotate it to adjust the tension. Saves so much fiddling with wingnuts at the end of the gig. And the round base holds the cymbal lightly but evenly, and covers less of the bell.
This version has the slightly smaller thread for 6mm stands. It will squeeze onto an 8mm stand and hold firm, but its harder to remove.
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Works as described but too bulky for my liking
Anonymous 02.05.2016
The sonor cymbal clamp does what it says and works great if you have rather large cymbals such as 18"+ but for 16" crashes and cymbals of a smaller size I found it held them too tightly and almost choked the sound. I have also on occasion managed to loosen this my riding constantly on the 16" cymbal.
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Not a reliable fixation
Mickaël D. 18.08.2017
I usually use the Tama's system but I wished to compare them to this one: no comparison, after the few first hits a bit less gentle on the cymbal, it jumped away ... then I spent my entire gigs to look after it each 30 seconds ...
I don't advice them.
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