Bestselling Drum Set Mounting Arms in 2020
Gibraltar Mounting Arm for Electronic Drum Module
- Mounting Arm for Electronic Drum Module
- This mounting arm is an accessory for the Electronic Drum Module (SC-EMARM) and attaches to a cymbal stand or hi-hat stand tube allowing you to mount your module right off the stand
- Mounting arm has two 360-degree grabber sections with an 18-inch rod in the middle
Pearl PPS37 L Arm Rod with Adapter
- Mult-Angle "L" Arm
- attaches to a cymbal stand
- Extremely versatile design
- Lifetime Warranty
Taye Drums TC91 Drum Set Mounting Arm
- 10.5 mm mounting arm.
- Fits on most cymbal stands
- Ball tilter
Pacific Drums PDTS999 Drum Set Mounting Hardware
- PDP 900 Series
- Heavy Duty
- Model # PDTS999
Ozonics HR-150/200 Tree/Blind Mount
Pacific Drums PDSRSIDE -inch Drum Set Mounting Hardware
- Side Rack only
- Fits DW and PDP rack systems
- Model # PDSRSIDE
Ludwig LAS12B Atlas 12mm L-Arm Ball Drum Set Mounting Hardware
- Brand: LUDWIG
- Product Code: LAS12B
Gibraltar SC-BALRM Medium Ball Arm 10.5Mm L-Rod
- This Gibraltar L-rod ball arm tom mount allows secure and flexible tom positioning
- The Gibraltar Ball Arm Pad Mount is an all-in-one, ready-to-go 10
- 5mm L-rod with an ABS plastic base and an adjustable ball
- Mounted on 7/8" diameter vertical post
Cymbal Boom Stand & Straight Cymbal Stand Combo (Pack of 2) by Griffin|Percussion Drum Hardware Set for Mounting & Holding Crash, Ride, Splash Cymbals|Arm Counterweight Adapter Kit|Double Braced Legs
- MOUNT YOUR CYMBALS WITH SAFETY: Keep your peace of mind and focus only on your music with a top quality, reliable cymbal stands that won't let you down. Equipped with double braced legs for maximum stability and an excellent cymbal tilter gear system (steel washer, wing nut, vinyl tubing and cymbal felt) that promises slip-proof cymbal positioning, this is a lightweight to medium weight stands, great for accommodating your crashes, splashes and effect cymbals in the studio or on stage.
- ADJUST TO YOUR PREFERRED HEIGHT: Boasting a highly convenient adjustable height feature that allows you to accommodate your changing needs, this percussion hardware piece enables you to move from 29" to 48" without the boom or up to 67" with the boom, while the memory locks will make sure your personal settings remain in place for every practice session. The shiny chrome finish gives these stands a stylish appearance, ideal for your on-stage performances.
- UNMATCHED FLEXIBILITY AND VERSATILITY: Why spend money on cymbal stands that will only support the weight of lightweight, standard cymbals, when you can have these durable stands that will easily accommodate any type of cymbal? Perfect for both lightweight cymbals like your 18"crash, as well as heavy rides or China, these deluxe boom stands features a counterweight end piece that will safely hold the weight of all your standard and heavy cymbals with ease.
- PACK YOUR CYMBAL STANDS ON THE GO: Designed with the needs of mobile drummers and touring musicians in mind, these premium quality cymbal boom stands fold down to a compact size, easy to pack and take with you everywhere. Thoughtfully designed with rubber tipped feet for ultimate stability and protection from falls, these cymbal boom stands will stay securely on the floor, even during intense playing. Specifications: Boom arm length: 18". Base pipe diameter: 19 mm. Gross weight: 6.5pounds.
- OUR PROMISE TO YOU: Being so sure about the top quality and excellent performance of these cymbal stands, the factory offers you an unmatched 1 year replacement warranty.
Yamaha TH-904A 3-Hole Receiver; No Ball Clamps Included
- 3-hole receiver
- CL's not included
- Fits into all 700, 800 and 900 series cymbal stands lower sections.
- 5-year warranty
Yamaha CL-945BW Tom Ball Clamp (YESS)
- Ball and socket design
- One bolt universal adjustment
- Shorter hex rod for non-YESS mount
Gibraltar SC-268R Bass Drum Hoop Bell Mount 9.5Mm Rod
- This classic holder mounts on most cowbells on the bass drum hoop in the optimal playing position for playing
- Attach the Gibraltar cowbell mount to your bass drum counter hoop
- 5mm (5/16") post with "U" clamp and wing screw
Ludwig LAP3S5 Atlas Short Scissor Lift Drum Set Mounting Hardware
- Brand: LUDWIG
- Product Code: LAP3S5
- Short Version
How to Choose Between Electronic and Acoustic Drums
Electronic or Acoustic Drum Set? Find out which one best suits your musical lifestyle.
As a drummer, many a person has asked me if I prefer electronic or acoustic drums. Every time I am asked this question, my answer is always the same: yes. After giving the inquirer my pointless answer, I then proceed to tell them the facts.
In regards to the electronic drum set, it has many great qualities such as having a wide variety of instruments and effects with which to create a customized sound, having more control of the overall volume of the set, and most important, portability. The electronic drum set is ideal for gigs in which one plays in a small room with less overall volume. Also, if he plays these small gigs on a regular basis, it is much less work to pack up and move than an acoustic set because it weighs so much less and almost every piece is attached to the main rack. Another great feature of the electronic drum set is the absence of the sound of the sticks hitting real drumheads. The use of rubber pads reduces the volume vastly and takes the edge off of the overall sound of the set. The downside to playing electronic drums is that you lose the feel of acoustic drums. Yes, the sticks do bounce easily off of the rubber pads, but the feel is just not the same. Also, when one goes to crash heavily, he is let down by the lack of power that is felt when crashing on an acoustic set.
Concerning the acoustic set, the feel of hitting real drums and real cymbals is simply incomparable. With acoustic sets, the drummer is hitting real drums and this allows him to feel the music in a way that electronic drums do not. Acoustic drums are ideal for larger settings where massive volume is a must. Also, acoustic drums engage audiences more than an electronic set ever could. Audiences at larger gigs such as concerts in auditoriums to smaller outdoor music events want to feel the music, and acoustic drums fulfill this desire. The downside to acoustic drums is the lack of control of volume when needed and the fact that they are much heavier than electronic drums and have more detached pieces. This causes the acoustic drum set to be much less portable.
As you can see, there are many pros and cons to each type of drum set. The set most preferred is the one that meets the requirements for the gig at hand. For anyone wondering about my experience with these types of drum sets, I own a Pearl Forum Series acoustic set with Zildjian A series cymbals and a Roland TD-6V electronic set. I love both sets and I prefer playing the set that meets the needs of the current gig.