Millenium Drumrack

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Professional Drum Rack

Extra strong construction with 2 adjustable brackets and 2 cymbal arms, as well as adjustable feet. Easy setup via screw caps.

  • Two cymbal arms
  • Curved front bar
  • Two adjustable mounts
  • Non-slip feet
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 120 x 60 x 160 cm
  • Transport dimensions (L x W x H): 120 x 17.5 x 19.2 cm
Curved Rack Bar Yes
Side Parts No
Tube Profile Round
Item number 121553
sales unit 1 piece(s)
144 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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Delivery approx. between Wednesday, 26.01. and Thursday, 27.01.
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Millenium Drumrack
Julian B.. 28.06.2013
I purchased this for my son, and to be honest I wasn't expecting great things considering the price, but, slap my face and call me Shirley, what arrived was a very sturdy, very well made, ergonomic rack that he, and I are absolutely delighted with.

It is steady as a rock even with 10,12,14 toms, 13,16,18" crashes, 6,8,10" splashes, 2 x bell chimes and an X-hat, not even a wobble. The cymbal arms extend to a height that would allow any kind of cymbal set up ala Mike Mangini.

If his kit gets any bigger I'm toying with the idea of buying another one and chopping the cross bar in 2 and using them as side extensions for a full 3 sided rack. 10/10
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Good alternative to more expensive options
ascension_drummer 28.05.2018
I bought this rack for an acoustic-electronic drum kit conversion. I have a Pearl rack on my regular acoustic kit, so I can make some comparisons. The front bar of the Millenium rack is curved and all of the pipes are cylindrical (in contrast to the Pearl where the horizontal bars have a square cross section). This means it took me a bit longer to set up the Millenium and make sure it was stable. Once it is assembled, it is just as stable as the Pearl rack.

The included cymbal boom arms are good enough, but the vertical rack bars are tall, so the lower limit of cymbal height may be too high for some people.

Overall, if you need a rack, but don't want to spend the money on a Pearl (or similar), don't hesitate to get this one.
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Surprisingly stable
Mihy1101 12.11.2020
I have been using this rack for 6 months now. So far, I can only say positive things about it. While it seemed like it would be quite unstable when I first put it together, the moment I put the toms on it, it became rock soild. Add 2 crashes on either end, and the stabilty is even better. I can recommend this rack without a shread of doubt to all but the touring drummers, who need to take it apart and put it back together all the time, it might not survive much of that. The build process is not the easiest, and it did not come with instructions so I had to put it together using the pictures on the website. Like I said, highly recommended.
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Nice for the price
The OMSCT 11.10.2021
If you want to try out a drum rack for a low price, this is what you need.

This rack is built in great quality and provides great flexibiltity,

However, it may be a little tricky to set it up first but once you get it, it plays nice.
Also it may shake a little bit sometimes but like I said, you have to set it up at the sweet point so you don't have loose stability.
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