The Iron Works Tour Series MS456BK telescoping boom stand with tripod legs offers remarkable, innovative features in terms of value, performance, and...Click To Read More About This Product
Telescoping boom stand with tripod legs.
The Iron Works Tour Series MS456BK telescoping boom stand with tripod legs offers remarkable, innovative features in terms of value, performance, and usability. The MS456BK provides secure, versatile mic positioning that makes any miking job faster and easier. The MS456BK is Tama’s "standard" telescoping boom stand with versatile, solid positioning capabilities that make it ideal for any work environment.
The die-cast locking thumb nut’s larger, sure-grip design allows greater leverage for faster, easier set-up and breakdown. And Iron Works’ sturdy zinc, die-cast adjustment collar will be appreciated by musicians previously burned by the performance failure of flimsy plastic collars.
A cleverly designed Latch-Lok Sleeve Insert inside the main height adjustment mechanism prevents the collar from wearing out over time—so you’ll never have to worry about endless collar turning that fails to ever tighten its grip.
Abandoning the weak standard gripping methods used by economy grade stands, the Iron Works Tour stand Cast-Grip Boom Tilter utilizes two zinc die-cast pressure pads that maximize surface gripping area to deliver optimal holding power.
A uniquely shaped tripod base and cavity cradles the boom when folded for storage—a simple detail that helps pack gear tightly. With its solid-core telescoping iron boom arm and counterweight, Iron Works boom stands safely and securely hold heavy microphones and accessories.
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Comments about TAMA Iron Works Tour Telescoping Boom Stand:
After 38 years of performing live everywhere from civic centers to bars to churches I can say that the Tama Ironworks mic stands are the best I've ever used. Hands down. I keep my mic at an odd angle over my pedalboard coming from the right side as I've done for years. With the Tama I don't have to counterweight the tripod to keep the stand from falling over with the slightest bump which keeps my hands on the guitar where they should be. Adjustments are quick and sure. It's stable and reliable. It's about as exciting as the most boring piece of equipment you own can be and one less thing to worry about on stage. With the sound isolating feet and stability I wouldn't have a problem using it in the studio as well.
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