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Old 06-28-2019, 10:56 PM
vyacheslav vyacheslav is offline
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Default Slingerland "Buddy Rich" Cymbal Stand-Model #66

Greetings,

Excellent shape overall. Chrome is very good. New rubber feet. New carriage screw and washer on base section. I believe everything else is original, save for maybe the felts and top wingnut? Not 100% sure.

One small issue: The t-screw that tightens the tilter section to the solid rod has either broken off (or was cut off by a previous owner). You can see the screw is in there. The only drawback to this is you are not able to take the tilter off the rod, it's permanently "stuck" there. You can still swivel the entire rod 360 degrees, though. Honestly, I don't know why you would ever want to remove the tilter from the rod anyway, but I just wanted to mention this.

A good looking stand that functions perfectly. $75 + shipping.

Thanks,

V
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Old 06-29-2019, 08:01 AM
idrum4fun idrum4fun is offline
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Default Re: Slingerland "Buddy Rich" Cymbal Stand-Model #66

Hi V!

The narrow-base #66 cymbal stand always seems to be in demand. I've got one going unused and just deciding what to do with it!

As you noted, it's really no big issue with the "stuck" cymbal tilter and it can be removed with a screw extractor if the new owner wishes to do this. I hope your stand finds a new home!

-Mark
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Old 06-29-2019, 08:13 AM
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Default Re: Slingerland "Buddy Rich" Cymbal Stand-Model #66

tell ya what. I had one and it was broken right above the lower large T- Bolt.

I took that T-bolt it matched perfect with the rail consolette (on a 20/12/14 RB) and used that as the strap tensioner in place of the 3/8 nut.
That T- bolt from the BR stand; is unique in the drum world; never To this day) has there been such a heavy T

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Old 07-07-2019, 06:28 AM
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Default Re: Slingerland "Buddy Rich" Cymbal Stand-Model #66

Any interest in this? I'll float it for a bit more time here before I go elsewhere.

Thanks.
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