9000 Series offers heavy-duty and lighter weight stands in both straight and straight/boom configurations and now even with Airlift™ options. DW designers, drummers and techs around the world insist on memory locks on the tube joints and the tripod leg as
Adjusting your rack toms and snare drum just got easier. With recent advancements in drum manufacturing and hardware design, everything seems to weigh more these days. From counter hoops to metal shells and lugs, more than ever, instruments are built to last. As a result, making a simple height adjustment on toms or snare drums has become a challenge. Enter, revolutionary new Airlift™ hardware. The secret is a pneumatic shock that effortlessly allows drums to float on a cushion of air for quick, effortless and exact adjustments every time. The patented (U.S. Patent No. 7,718,878), Randall May-designed system is available in our top-selling, road-proven 9300 snare stand and 9900 tom stand.
Neoprene pads increase isolation and resonance
The Mega-Tripod™ base gives the 9399 the largest footprint of any DW snare stand.
The snare drum angle adjustment can be firmly locked with the Large Reset Handle and double locked with TechLock™.
Plastic Tube Insulators inside the heavy gauge tubing are a necessity in recording situations to avoid rattling when drum mics are placed close to stands.