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Millenium CBS-718 Stage Boom Stand

1984

Cymbal boom stand

  • Stage series
  • Cymbal stands with boom arm
  • Douple-braced
  • Memory clamps for height adjustment
  • Height is adjustable from 70-150 cm
  • 8 mm Threads
Double Braced No
Boom With Adjustable Height No
Boom With Counterbalance Yes
Item number 107124
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Excellent value for money
Paul4175 21.05.2017
Excellent value for money , feels sturdy and not awkward to position. Purchased this for my daughter who's about 6 months in to her drumming career, standard kit only had a crash ride and as she's getting better upgraded her cymbals to Zildjian set and needed another stand for the 16" Crash.
Setting up out of the box took a bit of working out but once it was up and positioned it's been absolutely fine and has taken a battering this week and held up.
Reading some of the other reviews I was in two minds for buying this but as it's for home use thought I'd give it a go. I am sure there are better stands out there for the more advanced players and performers but this fits the bill perfectly, also purchased a extension arm for a splash which attached ok , but some of the bars are a little thinner than normal so would only attach in a couple of places .

To sum up if you're a beginner just after a cheap stand if your expanding your cymbals whilst learning it's a good buy, if your a gigging drummer looking for an extra or replacement weighing up what others have said you should probably opt for a better make! Time will be the judge of reliability.
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It works!
Bockwurst 15.07.2019
We use it to support an 18" china in our thrash-metal band, so it's safe to say it gets hit quite a lot.
It hasn't failed us once and we're using it for about six months now.
We haven't been transporting it, only using it in rehearsals (weekly).
The felt cushion is not the best, we replaced it but it will do the job.
The rubber feet keep the stand where you place it. The stand does not have the tendency to tilt over. Doesn't weigh a ton either and it feels sturdy enough.
We cannot say anything about the extensive use of the joints and clamps but we don't think that will prove any problems.
For the price paid it is a real bargain!
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Great stand with also a great price!
Anonymous 01.03.2017
I needed a boom stand for holding my ride cymbals. I was expecting for this price that this stand had poor qaulity and didn't last, I was really surprised to see that this stand has really good quality and it is really sturdy!

I have two ride cymbals, and both are heavy, specially my paiste power ride signature is really really heavy! I can even try to crash my ride (which is really hard due to its weight), and the stand doesn't even move! It is really sturdy and can hold hard hitters and heavy cymbals!

The attachment (wingnut) for the cymbal could be better, it is made of plastic, and for my experience this tends to ware really fast with time, metal with felt would be better for sure.

Nevertheless as a good quality cymbal stand and a sturdy one, for this price you can't go wrong!
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A Decent Basic Cymbal Stand
Schengis 23.06.2019
I've been using these stands for several years on the road and in studio. In my opinion, they're a decent stand for the price. I take good care of my hardware, and from what I've seen, the only major problems that come from these stands are from poor maintenance.

That being said, the stand's base can wobble back and forth at times of heavy use or under a lot of weight. I mostly use these stands for cymbals that don't take much of a beating (splash/light crash).

Pros:
- Price
- Can support the weight it needs to and fill its role in a kit
- Lightweight for transportation

Cons:
- Base can be wobbly at times
- Can deteriorate quickly without good maintenance practices
- Plastic guard screws on from top (personal preference)

To sum it up: Good stand for the price, but I wouldn't use it in high-stress situations with heavy/pricey cymbals.
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