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Tama Drum Throne HT65WN, round

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The Tama HT65WN Drum Throne is a drum stool, featuring a round top, with double braced legs, height adjustable from ...  All product info

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TAMA Drumhocker HT65WN

The Tama HT65WN Drum Throne is a drum stool, featuring a round top, with double braced legs, height adjustable from 43cm to 66.5cm, with fully chromed hardware and a black top. The new addition to drum stools of Tama offers a solid seating while playing drums. No more and no less. A firm grip with user-friendly features and a comfortable round seat make the HT65WN a reliable companion. For necessary stability and perseverance the leg frame comes in a double braced design with a screw thread that allows a grid-free height adjustment. A generous positioning of 430 mm up to a maximum height of 665 mm is possible. The locking screw is made of plastic and the rubber feet of the HT65WN drum stool reduce the potential of leg slipping.

The main features of the Tama HT65WN Drum Throne include:

  • Seat: round
  • Material: leatherette
  • Height adjustable 430-665 mm
  • Double braced legs
  • Fully chromed
  • Colour: black

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Tama
  • Min. Height (mm): 430
  • Maximum Height (mm): 665
  • Finish: Chrome-Plated
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