Another staggering value for money product which does what it says on the tin.
It's not the most attractive nor well finished piece of metal work you could adorn your kit with but mine hasn't fallen to bits or taken to spinning around the main stand I've bolted it to.
If I was a thrash metal player crashing out on a 22" crash I'd look elsewhere - I'm a 'leccy kit player so I don't have huge heavy cymbals hanging on this arm. However, I use it to mount the hi hat pad on so it gets as much use as I can give it, and it hasn't budged.
It would be perfect to add an accessory cymbal/pad on without breaking the bank and there is a lot of adjustment available.
One work of caution that I did have to fiddle with some spare cymbal mounts and felts to get a non-Millenium cymbal pad to fit satisfactorily. I got there in the end, but you may end up reaching into your spares box.
This is an effective additional cymbal arm - once you have it in place. But it is rather tricky to get the main joint to behave if you want to make the lower boom arm quite long. I also get a bit frustrated with the upper boom arm when trying to move it through the elbow joint. It's quite heavy and the hatching is sharp and very grippy so doesn't slide through the joint very easily. Overall finish of the metal isn't top-drawer, but it doesn't look out of place amongst quality hardware.
But it is a great price and once it's in place it's solid, so I'm happy with it.
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