Yamaha Stadium Series Marching Snare Stand With Airlift

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The Yamaha Stadium Series Marching Snare Drum Stand with AIRlift is designed to promote correct playing position on uneven bleachers and in the band room. Two unique technologies, the AIRlift adjustment system and patented Advanced Tripod System (ATS), make this possible.The AIRlift system uses a gas strut to make height adjustment smooth and effortless. ATS technology allows height of one leg to More
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