Gator Cases GP-XLA-MCA Attachment for Cymbals

Gator Cases GP-XLA-MCA Attachment for Cymbals

Gator Cases GP-XLA-MCA Attachment for Cymbals

Gator Cases GP-XLA-MCA Attachment for Cymbals

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Product Highlights

  • Mounts to Rim of Any Free Floating Drum
  • Will Not Muffle Drum Sound
  • Memory Lock for Quick Setup
  • Adjustable Positioning
  • Compact and Stable
  • Lifetime Warranty
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The Gator GP-XLA-MCA Attachment for Cymbals securely mounts to your drum and provides convenient and ergonomic access to the cymbal. It includes two pieces; the F-Mount that attaches to the drum and the Rod onto which your cymbal rests. The mount features a handy knob for tightening the rod at the preferred height. The cymbal easily slips on and off the Rod. The Attachment mounts firmly and securely and will not interfere with your drum's sound.

For any musician, protecting your instrument is critical - and if you've ever played in a band, you know that roadies and car trunks can be rough on gear. Loading and unloading under various climatic conditions puts your gear through stress - rain, wind, and snow. However, when it's time to play, you want to know that your gear has made it to the gig in one piece and is ready to go. Gator Marching Attachments are made with the needs of the musician in mind.

Affordable and efficient way to carry a cymbal on your drum
Sets up and removes with little effort
Adjustable positioning knob
Each rod comes with appropriate mounts, felts, and a memory lock to make set-ups quick, easy and consistent with maximum stability
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Gator Cases GP-XLA-MCA Attachment for Cymbals
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
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    • 1Description
    Dimensions Shipping: 6 x 4 x 12" (15.2 x 10.2 x 30.5cm) (WHL)
    Weight 2 lb (0.9kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.0 x 6.0 x 4.0"
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