Bestselling Drum & Percussion Hardware in 2020
SKB Mid-Sized Drum Hardware Case with Handle and Wheels
- Model 1SKBDH3315W
- Convenient pull-out handle
- Built-in wheels for easy transport
- Heavy-duty web strap for reliable closure
- Sturdy high tension slide release buckle
Pearl PPS37 L Arm Rod with Adapter
- Mult-Angle "L" Arm
- attaches to a cymbal stand
- Extremely versatile design
- Lifetime Warranty
Stagg SPSB SET 5 Professional Gig Bag for Drum and Percussion Hardware
- Professional Nylon Wraparound Bag
- 5 Inner Pouches to Hold 3 Cymbal Stands, 1 Hi-Hat Stand and 1 Snare Stand
- Durable Nylon Construction
Topeakmart 2 Pack Boom Cymbal Stand Drum Hardware Percussion Double Braced Tripod Holder
- Material: Chrome-plated Steel
- Overall Adjustable Height: 36.2-52.8inches
- Steel tripod cymbal stand with double-braced legs in brand new condition
- The height fully adjusts to the player's preference, fitting all cymbals of standard sizes
- Boom arm with knurled sections for firmer grip
Gator Cases Drum Set Hardware Carry Bag with Removable Shoulder Strap; Dimensions 13" X 50" (GP-HDWE-1350)
- Durable 600-Denier nylon construction
- #10 zippers
- Reinforced carry handles
- 1 mm padding
- Reinforced carry handles, #10 zippers
Double Tom Drum Stand with Cymbal Arm by Griffin | Premium Percussion Set Hardware with Dual Drum Mounts|Medium Duty Tom Holder with Double Braced Tripod Legs|Accommodates All Standard Cymbals
- OUTFIT YOUR DRUM KIT YOUR WAY: Say goodbye to pesky drum hardware clutter and get equipped with this premium double tom stand with additional cymbal boom arm! Offering convenient adjustment options and saving you lots of precious space, this flexible, medium-duty, dual drum mount stand includes two tom drum mounting arms and an additional cymbal arm that will let you set up your percussion set your way!
- ROCK SOLID STABILITY: Boasting double braced legs for superior stability and strength and a convenient locking gear system that locks both arms securely in place, you no longer have to fear about loose drums and accidents. The special rubber tips on the legs provide maximum slippage protection and help keep the stand safely in place throughout your performance. The extra, 18" cymbal arm will easily accommodate all standard cymbals and can easily be adjusted from 22" up to 62" in height.
- NOISELESS DESIGN: Forget about annoying swaying and rattling and play with peace of mind, knowing that your double tom stand with cymbal arm is thoughtfully designed with a special nylon bushing joint to eliminate all unwanted noise produced by metal-on-metal friction within the tube. What is more, the durable gear system cymbal tilter with a steel washer, a wing nut, vinyl tubing and cymbal felts allows you to adjust the angle according to your preference for unmatched comfort and ease.
- ADJUST TO YOUR CHANGING NEEDS: With outstanding adjustable height options that allow you to set up this double tom drum stand according to your changing needs, you can easily raise the dual tom drum mounts from 20" to 55" or even add the arm mounts to the bottom pipe for even greater versatility. The tom drum pipe mounts will safely fit all standard 7/8 tubing. Specifications: Bottom pipe diameter: 25mm (bigger than most light duty stands). Gross weight: 10 pounds.
- BUY RISK-FREE: Being so sure about the top quality and excellent performance of this premium tom holder tripod hardware stand, we are able to offer you a complete piece of mind 1 Year full factory warranty which is included with all new purchases.
SKB 1SKB-DH4216W Large Drum Hardware Case with Handle and Wheels
- Roto-molded for strength and durability
- Convenient tow handle with built-in wheels for easy transport
- Two heavy-duty cinch straps for reliable closure
- Sturdy high tension slide release buckle
- Handles on each side for a two person lift
GOMILE Metal Heavy Duty Bookends for Shelves Desk Saving Space for Books CDs DVDs Magazines Organizer, Black (Small, 2 Pair)
DW DWCP3000PK Drumset Hardware Pack with 3300 Snare Drum Stand, 3500 Hi-Hat Stand, 3700 Boom Cymbal Stand and 3000 Single Bass Drum Pedal
- Includes 3300, 3500, 3700 & 3000
- 3000 Series pedals are designed for every drummer. Features dual-chain Turbo drive, bearing rocker assembly, 101 2-way beaters and heavy-duty all-metal construction and more.
- 3500 hi-hat stands features tube joints with integrated memory locks, lateral cymbal seat adjustment, 379 locking clutch and the fast action and quick response that's made DW hi-hats famous.
- The 3700 straight/boom cymbal stand and 3710 straight cymbal stand feature sturdy double-braced tripod legs with offer plenty of support for large cymbals, while lighter gauge tubing makes them a good choice for gigging drummers of all musical genres.
- Our 3300 snare stand has a straight-forward design that fits 12", 13" and 14" snare drums. Steel double-braced legs offer optimal support for heavy snares, while the scaled-down footprint makes it easy to position in between multi-pedal set-ups.
Gammon 5-Piece Junior Starter Drum Kit with Cymbals, Hardware, Sticks, & Throne - Black
- Absoloutely Everything You Need To Start Playing
- 5 Piece drum set with Cymbals Stands Sticks Hardware
- High Gloss Black Finsih & Black or Chrome Rims - Complete Drum Set
- Amazingly Low Price and Ships Fast
- Top Seller & Makes the Ultimate Gift!
Gator Cases Protechtor Series Classic Super Compact Drum Hardware Accessory Case with Wheels; 30"x14"x12" (GP-PC308W)
- Recognized as the industry standard rotationally molded drum cases
- Provides strength, durability, and simplicity for almost any drum size
- The rotational molding process gives added strength and durability to case corners and provides water resistance that non-roto molded cases can't match
- Custom depths and colors are available
- Comes with a limited, lifetime warranty against cracking
Union DHWP7001 700 Series Drum Hardware Pack
- Boom Cymbal Stand
- Straight Cymbal Stand
- Hi-Hat Stand
- Snare Drum Stand
- Single Bass Drum Pedal
Gator Cases Protechtor Series Classic Compact Drum Hardware Accessory Case with (2) Wheels; 36"x16"x12" (GP-PC304W)
- Extremely durable
- (2) wheels and handles
- XL's limited lifetime warranty
- 36" x 16" x 12"
How Cymbals Impact a Drum Kit
When you get a drum kit (also called a drum set or trap set) you get drums, cymbals and sometimes various other percussion instruments like the cowbell, wood blocks, chimes or tambourines.
Cymbals are the most common non-drum percussion instrument. The cymbals produced today to done sound a definite note, however the small cup shaped cymbals which resemble those of ancient times do have a particular pitch. Cymbals are a metal instrument constructed out of various alloys.
Not only do you hear cymbals in rock and roll music. They are also common parts of modern orchestras, military bands, concert bands, marching bands, and a variety of other bands. Even though cymbals became a part of drum kits later then many of the other non-drum percussion instrument mentioned above, you can usually find even a basic drum kit equipped with either a suspended cymbal or a pair of hi-hat cymbals. You can't beat the role a cymbal plays in a drum kit.
Two large, concave brass plate usually make up the typical cymbal. Many times cymbals come with leather hand straps. They are designed in a way that when they are hit together, it is not the interior that touches, but the outside edges. While cymbals go untuned, they are used in a variety of ways to produce a large variety of sounds.
You can find cymbals in a variety of sizes and shapes. You can find them small enough to simply play them with your fingers. If you have a cymbal suspended on a string or a stand, you can use a mallet or a drumstick to strike it.
How you plan on using your cymbal as a part of your drum kit will determine what role your cymbals will play. You can find a variety of cymbals in today's musical world, including: orchestral cymbals, crash cymbals, suspended cymbals, and ancient cymbals.
Let's first look at orchestral cymbals.
When cymbals are included in a drum kit they are usually used to make odd and surprising sound effects or to add a bit of military color. The penetrating sound made by cymbals can have a dramatic impact in conjunction with an orchestra playing fortissimo. Cymbals are usually used to denote frenzy, fury, or bacchanalian revels.
Now let's look at crash cymbals.
Many times cymbals that are included in a drum kit are played along with the bass drum in an identical rhythm. In older music, there are times when the composer wrote the music so that this pair of instruments were the only percussion playing. If the bass drum was to stay silent they wrote the musing as senza piatti or piatti soli (which is Italian for without cymbals or cymbals only).
However, in modern music cymbals are meant to have a parts designed specifically for them. When the two parts are played loudly, it will emphasize a note because playing the two instruments together produce a very low and a very high frequency. This produces a rewarding crash-bang-wallop.
Let's look at the suspended cymbal.
When a suspended cymbal is used as part of a drum kit, it can produce a variety of sounds. If the cymbal is struck hard, it will create a bright and slicing tone. If struck lightly and played quietly, it can make a creepy clear windy sound. You can go from almost inaudible sounds to an tremendous climax if you use a tremolo or a roll. In order to preform this, you need to play the cymbal using a couple of mallets. The mallets need to swap and strike on other sides of the cymbal.
Finally, let's discus ancient cymbals.
When ancient cymbals are used as part of a drum kit, the effect is dignified. Using these cymbals is very rare in modern music. The quality the produce is completely different from other cymbal styles. The sound resembles that of hand bells or of a keyed harmonica.