13 Best Drum & Percussion Stands & Racks

List Updated March 2020

Bestselling Drum & Percussion Stands & Racks in 2020


Latin Percussion LP472 LP Mini Everything Rack

Latin Percussion LP472 LP Mini Everything Rack
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Mini Everything Rack is a smaller version that is 7" long and will hold a variety of instruments by using two adjustable extra long Z-shaped rods.
  • Both will mount to any cymbal stand from 3/8" to 1" in diameter.

Gibraltar RF-LSS Rack Factory No Leg Snare Drum Stand

Gibraltar RF-LSS Rack Factory No Leg Snare Drum Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • 9506NL Floating snare stand
  • SC-EA100 Extension arm with adjustable grabber clamp
  • SC-GRSSMC Road Series Super Multiclamp

Topeakmart 2 Pack Boom Cymbal Stand Drum Hardware Percussion Double Braced Tripod Holder

Topeakmart 2 Pack Boom Cymbal Stand Drum Hardware Percussion Double Braced Tripod Holder
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • 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

DS100 Snare Dumb Drum Stand Rack Multiple Triangle Bracket Chrome Metal Percussion Gear Support

DS100 Snare Dumb Drum Stand Rack Multiple Triangle Bracket Chrome Metal Percussion Gear Support
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • .Brand new and high quality.
  • Material: alloy.
  • Stand height is adjustable.
  • Package included:1 x Stand.1 x Stand Bag.

Yamaha PS940 Stand for DTX-MULTI 12 Electronic Percussion Pad

Yamaha PS940 Stand for DTX-MULTI 12 Electronic Percussion Pad
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Heavy duty Yamaha chrome
  • Use with MAT1 module attachment

ammoon Professional Snare & Dumb Drum Stand Rack Multiple Triangle Bracket Braced Chrome Metal Percussion Gear Support

ammoon Professional Snare & Dumb Drum Stand Rack Multiple Triangle Bracket Braced Chrome Metal Percussion Gear Support
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Adjustable drum stand for snare drum and dumb drum.
  • Accommodate tom drums with diameters from from 0 to 40cm / 15in.
  • Adjustable height from 45-70cm / 18-27in.
  • Screw tensioner helps 180 angle rotation of the drum pallet.
  • Rubberized non-skid feet and arm ends.

Gibraltar 8713UA Ultra Adjust Flat Base Tom/Snare Basket Stand

Gibraltar 8713UA Ultra Adjust Flat Base Tom/Snare Basket Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Ultra adjust position basket adjustment
  • Extra-low height setting
  • Perfect for tom or snare drum mounting

Gibraltar SC-4425STMB Splash Tree Boom Arm

Gibraltar SC-4425STMB Splash Tree Boom Arm
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Splash Tree boom arm
  • 4425MB with Clara cymbal arm attachment
  • Sc-4425mb mini cymbal boom ratchet tilter - 7/8" Diameter tube 10" Down tube length

Gibraltar SC-GPR36C 36 Inch Curved Rack Tube

Gibraltar SC-GPR36C 36 Inch Curved Rack Tube
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Gibraltar 6713SP Double Braced Tom Stand Single L-Rod Platform / Cymbal Mount

Gibraltar 6713SP Double Braced Tom Stand Single L-Rod Platform / Cymbal Mount
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • 6000 double-braced tom stand single L-rod platform & cymbal mount
  • Sturdy double braced stand design
  • Hinged height adjustments with hinged memory lock
  • Choice of single ball L-rod, double, or new quad mount with dual tom mount and dual cymbal mount
  • Uses standard ball L-rod available separately in 9.5mm, 10.5mm, and 12.7mm sizes

Meinl Percussion Height Adjustable Doumbek/IBO Stand-NOT Made in China-Double Braced Tripod Legs and Padded Foam Ring, 2-Year Warranty (TMID)

Meinl Percussion Height Adjustable Doumbek/IBO Stand-NOT Made in China-Double Braced Tripod Legs and Padded Foam Ring, 2-Year Warranty (TMID)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • FULLY ADJUSTABLE: Achieve your ideal set up with complete height and angle adjustability for your ibo or doumbek. Easily play from a standing position.
  • FOAM PADDED RING: Mount your ibo or doumbek on the foam ring to protect it from ugly scuffs and provide maximum stability.
  • DOUBLE BRACED TRIPOD BASE: Sturdy double braced tripod legs give you a firm foundation for energetic playing.
  • EASILY COLLAPSIBLE: With smooth joints and an equipped memory lock, setup, and tear down, and traveling are be a breeze.
  • OFFICIAL TWO-YEAR MEINL WARRANTY: All Meinl stands carry a two-year manufacturer's warranty when purchased from authorized retailers.

Meinl Mini Percussion Rack for Tambourines and Shakers - NOT MADE IN CHINA - Clamps on Any Common Mic or Percussion Stand, 2-YEAR WARRANTY (MC-SHTA)

Meinl Mini Percussion Rack for Tambourines and Shakers - NOT MADE IN CHINA - Clamps on Any Common Mic or Percussion Stand, 2-YEAR WARRANTY (MC-SHTA)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • KEEP PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS CLOSE BY: With the Meinl Percussion Rack for mic stands, singers and other musicians can keep their tambourines and shakers right in front of them. No more reaching to the floor or keeping your percussion instruments stowed in random spots on stage. Grab a shaker or tambourine right when the moment calls for it.
  • CLAMP TO ANY COMMON MIC STAND: This percussion rack clamps to any common mic stand or other percussion/cymbal stand. The rack is designed to hold common percussion items like a shaker and tambourine. Place a shaker on the top portion and hang a tambourine on the bottom.
  • PERFECT FOR ANY MUSICIAN AND SITUATION: Any singer, string player or horn player may find this accessory useful in their playing. Take to any singer/songwriter round, coffeehouse set, or outdoor live show. The rack is made of black powder coated steel with soft foam rubber padding.
  • SECURE PLACEMENT: This rack secures to mic stands with two wing nuts, which are designed for easy and quick use. Loosen them to open up the clamp and tighten them down in seconds.
  • OFFICIAL TWO YEAR MEINL WARRANTY: All Meinl percussion hardware comes with a two year manufacturer's warranty when purchased from authorized retailers.

CB Drums JRX07C Hi-Hat Stand with Cymbal - Junio Size

CB Drums JRX07C Hi-Hat Stand with Cymbal - Junio Size
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Junior Size
  • Hi Hat Cymbal Included

Movie Review :: Beware of Mr. Baker (2020) (Not Rated)

A documentary about a man whose artistic gifts are matched only by his deficiencies as a human being. This would be Ginger Baker, the English drummer best known for his associations with the bands Cream and Blind Faith.

Beware of Mr. Baker is a documentary about a man whose artistic gifts are matched only by his deficiencies as a human being. This would be Ginger Baker, the English drummer best known for his associations with the bands Cream and Blind Faith. All interviewed subjects are basically in agreement: He's one of the greatest, most influential, most innovative drummers in the history of music. Most of those that knew him personally seem torn between respecting the art and condemning the artist; widely regarded as a madman, he remains infamous for his drug addictions, his antisocial behavior, and his self-imposed alienation from his family, his friends, and his former band members. He has had homes in England, Italy, Nigeria, and America, and he has been kicked out of all of them. A world map, which crops up periodically throughout the film, depicts him as a Viking ship that sails from one country to another, each time leaving behind a wall of flames.

Baker, now seventy-three, lives broke and in seclusion on a compound in Tulbagh, South Africa with his twenty-seven-year-old girlfriend from Zimbabwe, her children from a previous relationship, several dogs, and over thirty horses, the latter of which he grew to love after being introduced to polo during his first African visit in the 1970s. A sign posted just inside the front gate gives an ominous warning: "Beware Mr. Baker." His years of hard living, coupled with a recent diagnosis of degenerative osteoarthritis, have seriously deteriorated his health. He must now remain on a regimen of pain killers and a morphine inhaler. Despite this, he continues to chain smoke; his interview is conducted almost entirely in his living room with him lounging on a black leather recliner, and in every segment, a cigarette is either dangling from his lips or clamped between his index and middle fingers.

The film's director, former boxer Jay Bulger, was under the impression that Baker had already died after watching Ginger Baker in Africa, an episode of the documentary TV series Omnibus that originally aired in 1973. An internet search quickly revealed that Baker was very much alive; he was the subject of a news article documenting his most recent legal battle, in which he threatened to strip in court to prove to the judge that the woman claiming to be his lover couldn't possibly know about a very distinctive scar on his body. In 2020, Bulger went to live with Baker through a lie, namely that he was a music journalist for Rolling Stone magazine looking to cover Baker's trip to Africa. In a rather interesting twist of fate, the piece that Bulger ultimately wrote, "The Devil and Ginger Baker," did in fact get published in Rolling Stone.

Two years later, he would return to South Africa, this time with a camera crew. Baker tells Bulger his story, some of which is reenacted through strategically placed charcoal-line animation. The rest consists of archival footage and present-day interviews with people who knew Baker. Baker himself talks about his childhood: Losing his father, a war hero, at the age of four; being part of a school gang that shoplifted records; listening to the album The Quintet of the Year and being wowed by Max Roach's drumming; receiving his father's handwritten letter at the age of fourteen and taking to heart his advice of growing up as a man, of holding your own ground, and of learning to use your fists, as they are "your best pals so very often." He talks about banging on his school desk like a drum and being encouraged by his friends to use a real drumset, which he took to right away.

He talks about playing at a jazz nightclub as a young man and meeting one of his idols, Phil Seamen, who would not only introduce him to heroin but also to world music, specifically African drum beats. By the time the film gets to his professional career, footage of former band members is worked in; Bulger speaks with Cream members Jack Bruce, with whom Baker had an intense rivalry, and Eric Clapton, who admits that his knowledge of Baker's life is at best superficial. Bulger also devotes time to Baker's years in Nigeria and his relationship with radical musician Fela Kuti, which dissolved when Baker began attending upper crust polo matches. Far less time is devoted to Baker's personal life, although there are telling clips featuring estranged members of his family. These would include two of his ex-wives and his son, who very nearly bonded with him through drumming.

Although Beware of Mr. Baker is sometimes too broad in its scope, it does effectively capture the essence of its deeply embittered subject. The film's tagline is one of Baker's quotes, which is taken verbatim from Bulger's "Rolling Stone" article: "God is punishing me for my past wickedness by keeping me alive and in as much pain as He can." Baker's temper is almost never kept in check. He will, in fact, repeatedly berate Bulger, most notably during a montage of unused footage played during the end credits, for questions and statements perceived to be stupid. He doesn't like, for example, to be considered a rock drummer - he would much prefer to be called a jazz drummer. The single most startling scene is played at both the beginning and the end of the film; Baker, upset that interviews with the family and friends he abandoned would also be included, screams obscenities and uses his cane to bloody Bulger's nose. Bulger was enraged until he realized that the legendary madman was living up to his reputation.

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