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Timbal stand - Izzo

Timbal stand - Izzo

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2,6 kg

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Timbal stand - adjustable height, light, handy for stage gigs Easy to handle, 2,6 kg light... more

Timbal stand - Izzo

item number: A322190
instruments: timbal
weight (net): 2,6 kg
MPN 10684EX

Timbal stand - adjustable height, light, handy for stage gigs

Easy to handle, 2,6 kg light timbal stand with adjustable tripod. The stand is perfect for stage gigs and players who change instruments a lot in their performance. The tripod is especially designed for timbals and is equipped with all necessary features:

  • padded support ring (nylon rope with caoutchouc sealing)
  • Adjustable height for 70cm, 80cm and 90cm timbals
  • crossbar: put on one foot and play with more stability 
  • anti-slip covers on tripod feet

In Salvador da Bahia's traditional blocos, the timbal has a special position - it plays the intro, sets the pace and introduces the bloco to the piece. The bloco's showband (banda) plays mostly on stages and uses exactly this type of stand for their timbals.

For 70cm timbals, the stand can be set to approx. 88-98cm playing height.
For 90cm timbals, the stand can be set to approx. 103-113cm playing height.

Space between the holes for altering the height: 5cm
Nylon rope wrapping with caoutchouc closure.
Passage diameter (inner width including cord wrap): 275 mm

Please note:
Depending on the surface of your timbal and last but not least also on your playing style, abrasion on the shell might occur.

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Customer reviews for "Timbal stand"

28 Mar 2022
Great item, well made. It’s

Great item, well made. It’s the ideal stand for not scratching your instrument.

2 Jul 2018

scheppert ein wenig, fällt aber beim Spielen nicht auf.

6 Aug 2017

Sauber verarbeitet. - Sehr funktional und robust.

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