TAMA Iron Works Studio MS756BK Telescoping Boom Stand

TAMA Iron Works Studio MS756BK Telescoping Boom Stand

TAMA Iron Works Studio MS756BK Telescoping Boom Stand

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Product Highlights

  • Tripod Base
  • 38.4 to 65" Height Adjustable
  • 19 to 33" Telescoping Boom Arm
  • Vice-Grip Boom Tilter
  • Silent T-Handle
  • Iron-Core Legs
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The Iron Works Studio MS756BK from Tama is a Telescoping Boom Stand. It has a 19 to 33" telescoping boom arm and is the perfect solution for miking bass drums, amplifiers, and more.

The boom stand features a Vice-Grip Boom Tilter, Iron-Core Legs, and a Silent T-Handle, and the base is 23.8" in diameter. The stand's height is adjustable from 38.4 to 65.0" and is suitable for virtually any miking situation where lower height is required. Plus, it folds down for easy transport and storage applications.

The Iron Works Studio MS756BK stand provides convenience for use in recordings, live performances, speeches, or any situation calling for flexible yet secure placement of high-quality microphones.

UPC: 887802200841
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TAMA Iron Works Studio MS756BK Telescoping Boom Stand
  • Limited 5-Year Warranty
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    TAMA MS756BK specs

    Height 38.4 to 65.0" / 97.5 to 165 cm
    Base Type Tripod
    Base Dimensions 23.8 x 23.8" / 60.5 x 60.5 cm
    Length 19.9 to 33.3" / 50.4 to 84.8 cm
    Material Iron
    Weight 11.8 lb / 5.4 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 12.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 40.75 x 4.5 x 4.25"

    TAMA MS756BK reviews

    Iron Works Studio MS756BK Telescoping Boom Stand is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally!! Finally a great mic stand. This thing is well built, and well weighted so that your microphones wont tip over when bumped or have a heavy mic on it fully extended. I have owned many many mic stands in my 15+ years of professional engineering, ultimate support stands are expensive and are straight junk, all models. On stage stands are cheap and complete junk too that also doesn't last, same with all the $ average range mic stands out there as well. This is the first one that I have seen that has an ok price and is a great product that you only need to buy once, this will last. $ isn't cheap for most, but think about having to buy 2 to 3 cheap stands over 2 years. If you have the money, buy this one and don't worry about it breaking down. looks like there is a 5 yr warranty included, not sure what that all covers. The mic stand is heavy cause the legs are of solid metal, great for supporting mics, not light weight for travel tho.
    Date published: 2016-01-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Simply the Best Tripod in the Industry Preface: 1. I'm not a big product reviewer but I was compelled to write about this stand. 2. I'm extremely wary of the use of superlatives in reviews but I'm using them for this stand. I've been a touring and studio engineer day in and day out for the past 15 years. I've touched every mic stand brand from On-Stage to Ultimate, K & M to Atlas. I have never used a tripod mic stand as nice as this Tama Iron works. The boom tilter mechanism is pretty clever and looks to be based on the filters used in their cymbal stands. It's multiple discs, and washers all on the same skewer. That added friction mean a heavy mic will not move from the set angle. Even the thumbscrews feel solid and well built. I bought this specifically to hold a Shure SM7 boomed over for a keyboard vocal in the studio. Between the weight of the base (solid core legs, not open tubing) and the movable counterweight, my SM7 has stayed put even fully telescoped (provided the weight is over a leg). This stand is HEAVY! If you're looking for a bunch stands for a sound company, this is not the one. A bunch of these stands in a case would be a rough push for any distance. If you're just moving it around a studio or you only need a couple for a venue, this is great option. It's also a great alternative to the massive atlas Studio booms, provided you don't need the extreme height. Buy this stand. You will not regret it!
    Date published: 2016-09-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A solid hunk of metal! I've wasted money on 3 cheap mic stands in the last 3 years... Well, no more. This Tama stand has no problem holding my heavy large-diaphragm condenser mic in place. I've only had it for a couple of weeks, but none of the connectors have slipped, and there's no gradual sagging as I've had with cheaper stands. When you take this thing out of its box and lift it, you immediately feel its weight. This is not something you want to lug around to nightly gigs if you have several of them... It's something to put in place, and forget about. The adjustment points are really solid, not soft. There's not much give. My Rode NT1000 lives at the end of its boom arm now, hanging as solidly in place as I remember other large mics would hang at the end of big, old Atlas boom stands years ago. I can swing it out of the way when needed, without fear of any of the adjustment points loosening in the process. These are my first impressions based on a couple of weeks of use. I hope it stays strong, and every indication is that it will. A great purchase for someone who needs to hold a heavy mic in place over the long term!
    Date published: 2016-11-14
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