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Hercules Stands Trumpet/Cornet Stand

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The DS510B Stand features an adjustable and detachable peg that is foam coated to protect the interior finish of the trumpet or cornet bell. A 3-leg ...Click To Read More About This Product

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Stable and won't mar finishes.

The DS510B Stand features an adjustable and detachable peg that is foam coated to protect the interior finish of the trumpet or cornet bell. A 3-leg swivel design allows you to fit your trumpet or cornet around other equipment on a crowded stage. The 510B folds to a compact length of 13".

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  • Weight: 1.4 lbs (0.6kg)
  • Folded Size: 13" L x 5" W (330mm L x 99mm W)
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Legs are too short on Hercules DS 510 BB


from Tempe AZ

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Comments about Hercules Stands Trumpet/Cornet Stand:

I own three trumpet stands. I have had a Hamilton KB500 trumpet stand for 20 years. The rubber portion that the bell sits on started to dry-rot and break apart. (I live in AZ where the air is very dry.) I glued some felt to this and it still works very well for my home practice area. When I purchased a new flugelhorn, it came with a free Konig & Meyer 3-legged trumpet stand. I really don't like the K&M, because the hard plastic construction has scratched the bell of my new horn, and it is not as stable as my Hamilton. I suppose the 5-legged K&M will be very stable, but it would still suffer from scratching the bell and being too close to the floor. I like the Hercules because it does not scratch the bell, but its 3 legs are too short and it is not as stable as a Hamilton. When musicians are moving around on stage, I don't want my horn to fall over. I recommend getting a Hamilton KB500 and adding some extra padding/felt; the Hamilton is very stable, very durable metal, and it holds the trumpet a little higher off the floor, so that I don't have to bend to pick up my horn during a gig. Every trumpet and flugelhorn stand manufacturer could have more stable designs and higher quality horn holders. Now that I have some experience, I'm planning to get another Hamilton stand.

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