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Millenium CBC Set 2 Cymbal Arm w. Clamp

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Cymbal Arm with Clamp

  • Chrome model
  • Cymbal arm with built-in multiclamp
  • Adjustable in all directions
  • Sturdy design
  • For screwing to all widely available stands
  • 8 mm thread
  • 19 mm down tube
  • Arm length with head: 50 cm
with boom No
Incl. Memory Clamp Yes
Item number 174732
15,50 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
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Great value for money!
Anonymous 13.03.2017
I bought this item 8 years ago (2009 - yeah...late review...I was busy) when I wanted a kit larger than my skill (who doesn't right?) and it is still going rock solid.

If you're looking for a nice, sturdy and reliable arm and clamp without the price tag of the top brands look no further.

The clamp is pretty solid with a nice chrome finish same as the arm. You can easily place it in any existing cymbal stand that you have, plus you can pound your way "Hulk" style with your biggest drumming rage and it won't move or even flinch out of place.

The joint between arm and clamp is also pretty sturdy and solid.

The actual arm has a nice build just like a top brand and also in smooth chrome finish which is rust free and easy to clean (After those gig stand up poses between songs while you hang to the stand looking to nail the chick in the front row). The only downside is the felts which are quite thin.

In all seriousness it is in my opinion the best value for money cymbal arm and clamp out there beating quite a few of the other brands options.

Pros - Great value for money, great build, solid

Cons - Thin felts
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Perfect for the job
Paul4175 16.11.2017
Got this to hold a 10? splash cymbal on my daughters drum kit, rather than using another full stand , does the job perfectly and can be manoeuvred well. The clamp is a lot better than I was expecting for the price and has been in use for a few months now and not worked loose. The supplied cymbal bushings worked really well and don?t feel a need to change them. ( using with Zildjian S splash, full kit is an old refurbed session pro with Remo heads and now using all Millenium stands so clamp may not be as secure on a different brand stand) . The clamp arm looks good and does the job. I?ve only got experience of setting this up on a kit that doesn?t get moved so can?t comment on how this will hold up for a gigging drummer but if your kit stays pretty much in one place or for home/practice or beginner use I can highly recommend it.
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Cheap but It shows
Cartmin 11.04.2018
At first glance it seems like good value, but I find that the tube slips in the pivot mount when played and that?s with a small e cymbal. It doesn?t have a knurled arm so the clamp can?t grip very well.
The cymbal mounting thread is only 6mm not 8mm like the norm, I found this out as the nasty plastic retaining collar that it comes with stripped within a week.
Spend a bit more and buy the Gibraltar grabber arm.....this one is for the spares draw, not sure for what purpose though.
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you must be kidding
Jonathan2293 07.10.2015
I hate cymbal stands - but i love cymbals - I have loads 10 or 11 usually. This little cymbal arm will clamp to anything ( mine is attached to my hi hat stand ) and will comfortably take a 16 inch cymbal. The cymbal nut is a bit rubbish but i just replaced it with another one. It's 12 Euros - you can't even uy a multiclamp for that. So if you want to clamp some extra bits to your drums - buy it. Buy it now. Stop reading reviews and buy it. You won't be disappointed. you're still reading ...
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