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Old 03-09-2010, 04:07 AM
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Default DW 9000 Tom/Cymbal stands - question

Sorry I had this thread in the drum section by accident.

hi All,


Im purchasing 3 DW tom/cymbal stands for my new drums and would like to know what you guys think of them? I will have one positioned on each side of my bass drum with 1 rack tom and cymbal on each, and the other holding my floating floor tom and another cymbal. I have a choice between the 9934 tom cymbal stand (with the boom arm) or the 9999 tom stand (with the dogbone attachment).

Which one would be better for versatility in positioning my cymbals? The 9999 looks as though the dog bone would be more difficult to adjust. I like to be able to adjust my cymbals high or low depending on the music I am playing

What are your thoughts/experiences with these tom/cymbal stands? Can you recommend one over the other?

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Old 03-12-2010, 01:45 AM
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Default Re: DW 9000 Tom/Cymbal stands - question

Either stand will work well. I have used all kinds of DW stands. I think you could probably get away with only two stands. On my set I have had four toms and five cymbals on two DW stands, using Dog Bones and Puppy Bones as well.

I have now gone to a four-piece and changed the stand use quite a bit. One thing to consider is putting a ball-ended cymbal holder into the socket that would normally have the ball-ended tom holder.
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