Yes, and balancing the weight of the added components across the leg stance is key to stability.So the CS3 Cymbal Stand´s top tube is 12,7mm / 1/2inch - meaning any other 12,7mm arm assembly can be used instead.
The variation in ID of the plastic insert between loose and tight settings is minimal and I doubt that it will hold 10.5mm or 9.5mm rods securely. But I can test it later today to be sure.Can any of the CS3 owners confirm if the nylon gasket will also hold smaller rods securely?
i.e. 10,5mm Z-Rod or even 9mm Rod for mounting Cowbells / Percussion.
What´s the minimum?
You’re quite welcome. I just tried 10.5mm and 9.5mm L-rods (Gibraltar SC-LRM and SC-LRS respectively) and both are indeed too small in diameter... and significantly so. Considering the 2.2mm difference between 10.5mm and 12.7mm alone I guess it shouldn’t be surprising, but we now know for certain.Thanks - that would be nice!
Hey LesThe hope is YAMAHA will expand the CROSSTOWN line, boom stand, throne, big challenges... but what else they got to do?
Maybe not the same featherweight spec's on the boom and throne, but looking the same sexy as the other CROSSTOWN stuff, and lighter than one would expect. GO YAMAHA!
Yes & it cannot be moved. I found it a royal pain trying to use my double pedal with it that I have gone back to using my usual HH Stand & will save the Crosstown for whenever I just use a single.Has anyone tried undoing that screw and seeing if the hi hat legs will rotate so that a double pedal can be squeezed in there?