This throne is stable and sturdy. The lock holds it in place. There is a memory lock for how much you want the legs to be spread, which is nice. The seat doesn't spin which is a big plus, considering there are drum thrones with much worse seat locks.
BUT - if you are a big guy, I would suggest buying a throne with wider seat. I am about 175cm/60 kg and when I play with a double pedal in high tempos, I feel a bit unstable.
It is light and easy to carry/store. I would definitely recommend it if you are looking to buy your first drum throne and you are on a tight budget. I would NOT invest in any smaller throne though. In my experience, anything smaller than this won't do you good if you are anywhere after a super-beginner player.
It would be ideal for your kids/students if you are school teacher.
I am happy with my choice of buying it, especially given how much it cost, but I next time, I will invest a bit more and get a more stable throne.
I'm a beginner drummer but wanted to replace my cheap stool as it seemed to rotate quite easily and was creaking as it did so, which was a nightmare for recording.
This stool (I struggle with the term throne, being opposed to the concept of monarchy) is very solid by comparison, doesn't move in use, makes no noise and also has a much better height range, which has allowed me improve my drumming position. In fact it goes much higher than I need, and would probably work as a small bar stool.
It seems perfectly comfortable but I'm not particularly heavy and spend at least an hour a day on a cheap bike saddle so I don't have very high standards there.
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