Tama HS30W Stage Master Snare Stand - Light Weight

Snare Drum Stand with Universal Gearless Tilter and Swiveling Basket
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This Sturdy, Affordable Stand Has the Features You Need!

Trust the TAMA Stage Master Snare Stand to keep your snare exactly where you want it, even during the biggest hits! Tailor your snare's tilt position with TAMA's Universal Gearless Tilter — no more ratchety compromises with this stand. The Stage Master Snare Stand has a Swiveling Basket, so you can place the strainer in any position without affecting the rest of the stand. Add fatigue-fighting Escape Claws rubber cushions and over six inches of height adjustment range, and you've got an affordable stand that's built to fit any player or style. Check out the Stage Master Snare Stand today!

TAMA Stage Master Snare Stand at a Glance:
  • For 12" to 14" diameter snare drums
  • Universal Gearless Tilter
  • Swiveling Basket
  • Escape Claws
  • Height adjustment range: 25¼" - 31½"
  • (Height adjustment range indicates the distance from the batter head on the mounted 5.5" depth snare drum to the floor)
The TAMA Stage Master snare stand fits you — and your snare — perfectly!

Tech Specs

Snare Sizes 12"-14" Snares
Height 25.5"-31.5"
Legs Double-braced
Manufacturer Part Number HS30W

Customer Reviews

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Tama HS30W Review

This stand is absolutely great! I bought it for a 13" x 3" snare but also tested with a bigger 14" x 7.5" and there were no issues with stability. The tilting mech is not notched which is a bib plus-was able to dial it in like a ball joint. Very light weight considering its average stability-another plus. I highly recommend....enough so that I will mostly likey buy a second as a lower cradle stand for a tom.
Music background: Drumming since '94

Great Affordable Snare Stand

I like my new Tama snare stand I use it for my Alesis sample pad and its good and sturdy.
Music background: studio musician
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