Description:The assortment of boom cymbal holder and MC61 multi-clamp. By connecting to stands from 15.9mm to 28.6mm in diameter, you can add any cymbal easily.
Description:The MCA53 is a simplified attachment based on the functionality of the MCA63EN. Add cymbals by securing this attachment to stands from 15.1mm to 28.6mm in diameter.
Description:Combines the MC66 universal clamp and the MCB30EN boom arm. Works perfectly for adding cymbals and accessories to stands with pipes from 19.1mm to 28.6mm in diameter.
•Quick-set cymbal mate
Description:Combines the MC5 compact clamp with the LCYE L-rod for mounting one cymbal to one boom arm. Can be clamped to rods from 9mm to 12mm in diameter or to the L-rod of a tom holder.
Details:•Quick-set cymbal mate
Do you ever feel like you need three hands to attach a drum clamp?
Are you constantly frustrated by having to search the floor for dropped and scattered parts? That's why TAMA's hardware designers came up with the FastClamp. It really is as easy as 1-2-3.
1. Open the FastClamp just like a clothespin.
2. Close the FastClamp on the stand just like a clothespin.
3. The FastClamp holds the clamp in place so you can tighten the T-bolt.
You're all done! Who knows, you may even start to enjoy setting up your kit as much as you do playing it! Probably not, but if your kit requires a lot of clamps, set up will be a lot faster and easier with attachments that feature the FastClamp Easy Set-Up System.
TAMA's patented toothless Quick-Set Tilter marks another TAMA advancement in hardware. Relying on basic principles of physics, the Quick-Set Tilter holds its position using the friction of six smooth metal disc plates instead of traditional toothed gears, so you can adjust it to any desired angle. This mechanism also has a more durable structure than a conventional gear tilter.
By simply gripping and pressing the two buttons on the both sides, users can attach and remove the Cymbal Mate with just one touch, making cymbals setup/breakdown a snap. Like our standard Cymbal Mate: fine adjustments to the cymbal's swinging motion can be made by rotating the unit.