DW 9000 Series 9701 Low Boom Cymbal Stand

Regular Price: RRP $329

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DW 9000 Series 9701 Low Boom Cymbal Stand

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DW 9000 Series 9701 Low Boom Cymbal Stand

Whether you chose the versatile 9700 straight/boom cymbal stand, beefy 9710 straight stand or new 9701 low model, you’ll be playing a cymbal stand that’s used by more top professionals than any other. Drummer-friendly features like toothless tilter with Techlock, adjustable cymbal seat, integrated memory locks and heavy-gauge tubing make these stands road worthy and reliable beyond compare.

[9701: 1" upper tube, 1 1/4" base tube] [9701 & 9700: 1/2" boom arm]


Adjustable Cymbal Seat
The patented Cymbal Seat Adjustment can be raised or lowered and quickly locked in place to adjust cymbal movement as needed. (U.S. Patent No. 4889028)
Integrated Seat Felt
Integrated Cymbal Seat & Wingnut Felt keep your parts on the stand or in your hand... not on the floor, where they always seem to diappear!
Infinite Toothless Tilter
The Toothless Tilter with TechLock® allows for infinite adjustment and secure positioning.
The TechLock® secondary drum key locking system is inspired by working drum techs. On all DW 9000 hardware, it's a safe-guard against slippage.
Plastic Tube Insulators
Plastic Tube Insulators inside the heavy gauge tubing are a necessity in recording situations to avoid rattling when drum mics are placed close to stands.
Hinged Memory Locks
Hinged Memory Locks are included at tube joints, cymbal arms and tripod leg assemblies to guarantee 100% repeatable, precise height settings every time.

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