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  • Snare stand choice in a crammed space

    I'm about to upgrade to a 14" diabolo snare but I'm sceptical about what kind of snare stand to get so it can fit with the 3 noise-eaters, a three-leg hi-hat stand, my double pedals and of course my drum throne. In the attached photo you can see how it looks right now - I put a rubber foot around where I expect the center of the snare to be.


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    Is there any 3-leg stand that can work in my case without hassle? I'm not sure if it would be better to look into stands with long-reaching feet so I can place the stand on 2 NE's, or short feet so it could fit between the NE's (but then there might be an issue with impact noise). I have a couple of small noise-eater feet if necessary.
    I have also been looking around for no-leg snare stands instead (or one-leg stands), but I'm wondering if anyone else has had that issue.
    Last edited by Excessium; 08-20-19, 12:03 PM.

  • #2
    I have this setup. No issues.

    https://www.amazon.com/Gibraltar-RF-...%2C217&sr=1-11
    Pearl Mimic Pro; Custom Acrylic Shells; ISM-6 Snare Conversion Kit; UFO eBridges; ATV/Roland Cymbals.

    TD-50DP => SD3; KD-10; PDX-100(x4); VH-13; Roland Cymbals.

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    • #3
      Looks like people are saying the included extension arm is too short, but I could always buy the one-leg stand separately. Unfortunately the 9706NL is out of stock where I'm from. I'll have to keep an eye out for it. Thanks!

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      • #4
        This combination might work.

        https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

        https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
        Pearl Mimic Pro; Custom Acrylic Shells; ISM-6 Snare Conversion Kit; UFO eBridges; ATV/Roland Cymbals.

        TD-50DP => SD3; KD-10; PDX-100(x4); VH-13; Roland Cymbals.

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        • #5
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          Pearl Mimic Pro; Custom Acrylic Shells; ISM-6 Snare Conversion Kit; UFO eBridges; ATV/Roland Cymbals.

          TD-50DP => SD3; KD-10; PDX-100(x4); VH-13; Roland Cymbals.

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          • #6
            Hah, I literally just spotted the longer extension arm. It gets a bit pricey buying them all separately but I imagine it should be worth it. By the way is it actually better for stability to mount the stand on the rack at a low point like in your pictures, as compared to higher up on the rack? I was actually half expecting to have to buy a second arm (mounting one low, one high) to hold the stand even firmer.

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            • #7
              I have my snare height set so low that I had to mount the stand at the low point on the rack. It is very stable the way I have it positioned...it doesn't lean or feel like it's going to tip over.
              Pearl Mimic Pro; Custom Acrylic Shells; ISM-6 Snare Conversion Kit; UFO eBridges; ATV/Roland Cymbals.

              TD-50DP => SD3; KD-10; PDX-100(x4); VH-13; Roland Cymbals.

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              • #8
                I have the Gibraltar no leg stand as well ,but with a SC-EA300 arm:SC-EA300.jpg

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