Tycoon’s New Percussion Tables, Racks and Drumset Hardware Put Contemporary Percussion Sounds Within Drummers’ Reach
2 June 2010 — In addition to its extensive collection of pro-quality, mounted percussion instruments, Tycoon Percussion now offers a complete, affordable line hardware of that allow drummers and percussionists to position these popular instruments within easy reach of their sticks and hands. The industry leader’s 2010 catalog features a variety of clamps and arms for mounting percussion effects on existing stands, a bracket that connects percussion instruments to any standard bass drum pedal and accessory percussion racks, including a mountable model with a universal clamp that accommodates four accessories and a free-standing version that can hold a combination of up to a dozen mountable percussion instruments.
Tycoon’s new percussion tables are available in large (TPT-L) and small (TPT-S) sizes and are recommended for all types of drummers and drumming situations. The trays are attached to height-adjustable, heavy-duty, double-braced stands and feature padded surfaces that can accommodate multiple accessory percussion instruments, sticks and mallets as well as electronic multi-pads and laptop computers.
Along with a wide assortment of Tycoon’s mountable and hand-held percussion instruments, Tycoon Percussion hardware is available at local and online drumshops and music dealers everywhere.
Photograph (from left to right): Tycoon Percussion TPT-S and TPT-L Percussion Tables.
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