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Shout out to Tama as they are supporting RO now. Looking through their hardware line-up called Iron Works, I see solid looking stands we might be interested in. I never seem to have enough stands, these look well made and well suited for tight spots.
If anyone gets a chance to use this stuff, please share your opinions. The tripod cast base straight stands caught my eye.
dvdhawk have you used any of their stands?


A smarter, smaller footprint stand for vocalists or speakers working in limited floor space. Perfect for mic-ing classical stringed instruments or other instruments on crowded concert stages.

Introducing TAMA Iron Works…
microphone stands guaranteed to raise the expectations of professional sound contractors, engineers and musicians alike.
Just as many years ago, TAMA single-handedly altered the essence of the modern drum set through
its re-invention of drum hardware—TAMA now turns that same degree of engineering dedication to
yet another unevolved category of music gear: the microphone stand.

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DonnyThompson Mon, 03/28/2016 - 00:07

I HATE cheap mic stands.. they're one of my pet peeves in the studio.

These Tama stands do look incredibly solid... although at $129 for a boom stand, they are on the pricey side.

Then again, as we all know, you get what you pay for. ;)