TAMA Roadpro Series HC83BLS Light Boom Cymbal Stand

TAMA Roadpro Series HC83BLS Light Boom Cymbal Stand

TAMA Roadpro Series HC83BLS Light Boom Cymbal Stand


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Product Highlights

  • Tripod Base with Single-Braced Legs
  • 25% Lighter Than Double-Braced Leg Model
  • Boom for Positioning Flexibility
  • Boom/Straight Convertible Tilter
  • Durable Mechanism
  • Fast & Easy Cymbal Setup
  • Quick-Set Tilter for Any Desired Angle
  • Easy to Transport
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Configuration: Light | Boom | Cymbal Stand

Boom | Cymbal Stand

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Light | Boom | Cymbal Stand Light | Straight | Cymbal Stand

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Straight | Cymbal Stand

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TAMA HC83BLS overview

  • 1Description

The Roadpro Series HC83BLS from TAMA is a road-worthy boom cymbal stand designed to provide a secure and durable support for all types of cymbals, with 25% less weight compared to the Roadpro double-braced-leg model.

The HC83BLS features a 15.7" long boom which offers positioning flexibility to best suit your playing style. In situations where space is limited, the stand can be converted to a straight stand with the boom neatly stored in the upper tube.

The HC83BLS is equipped with a Quick-Set Tilter which can be adjusted to any desired angle and a Quick-Set Cymbal Mate which makes attaching and detaching cymbals fast and easy. The tripod base with single-braced legs gives this stand plenty of stability and makes it lighter to transport to your gig.

Tripod Base
  • Tripod base with single-braced legs provides stability with 25% less weight compared to Roadpro double-braced leg model, for ease of transportation
  • Offers positioning flexibility for crashes, splashes, and effect cymbals (15.7" long boom)
Quick-Set Tilter
  • 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
  • Mechanism has a more durable structure than a conventional gear tilter
Quick-Set Cymbal Mate
  • 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
  • Fine adjustments to the cymbal's swinging motion can be made by rotating the unit
Boom/Straight Convertible Tilter
  • Convertible tilter lets you convert the stand to a straight stand in situations where stage space is limited, and the boom arm stores neatly in the upper tube
Steel Insert Nut
  • Placing a threaded, steel insert nut inside the tripod base provides more strength and makes stripping much less likely than with the traditional method of cutting the threads directly into the die-cast section
Reversible Bottom
  • Cymbal bottom protects the cymbal's center hole from the tilter's shaft and threads
  • If part of the nylon sleeve wears out, you can continue to use the cymbal bottom by turning it upside down
Glide-Tite Grip Joint
  • Glide-Tite Grip Joint allows for a more secure attachment by using a metal-to-metal contact point which provides a solid anchor and complete isolation for a tom or cymbal
  • Because the stand does not move with the cymbal, the natural resonance of that instrument is maximized
UPC: 887802235737
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TAMA Roadpro Series HC83BLS Light Boom Cymbal Stand
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    TAMA HC83BLS specs

    Type Boom cymbal stand
    Boom Arm Length: 15.7" / 400.0 mm
    Height Adjustment Range 31.13-72.88" / 790-1850 mm
    Legs Single-braced
    Base Lower Tube Diameter: 1.0" / 25.4 mm
    Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
    Weight 8.6 lb / 3.8 kg
    Packaging Infocyccvdxqbzucsfatettbtexera
    Package Weight 9.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 23.2 x 5.2 x 4.1"

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