Best Drum Set Tom-Tom Stands in 2020



Yamaha WS-904A Heavy Duty Tom Stand with 3-Hole Receiver Review:


Best stands out there if you have extra toms or a lot of cymbals and you don't want to buy a rack system. I place one of these on each side of my drumset plus I have one the three cymbal/tom holder coming out of my bass drum, so I basically have 9 things being held off of 3 stands. These are pricey but definitely worth it. It's better to buy one of these for 110 bucks and three cymbal arms for about 30-35 a piece then buying three cymbal stands for about 100 a piece (maybe even more if you compared quality).



DW DWCP3900 Light Weight Double Tom Stand Review:


I was hesitant at 1st to order the light weight double Tom stand till I read some of the reviews. I was really impressed that DW considers this a light weight stand being that this “light weight” stand is more heavy duty than most Tom stands that I have used over the years. I mounted 8” & 10” DW Toms on the stand & they don’t move at all. This Light weight DW stand is all you’ll need for two Tom drums! Excellent Quality & great looking stand!



ddrum RXDTS RX Series Double Tom Drum Stand Review:


As a drummer for 20 years, and former music store employee, I have encountered all sorts of drum hardware through the years. I bought this hardware pack to go with a second kit. For the price, I am simply blown away by the quality of this hardware. It's practically an entry-level price for mid-tier hardware that will easily last several years of moderate to heavy use. The bass drum pedal is exceptional for what you usually get in a hardware pack - it easily rivals and bests many pedals you'd in the $100 range, so that alone makes this set a tremendous value. The stands have great weight and the tightening mechanisms feel very secure. The hi-hat pedal has a solid construction and will withstand even more aggressive styles of drumming. I paid $176 for this set (the one that includes two cymbal stands) and see that it has recently dropped to as low as $160. At this price, you would be hard-pressed to find a better value.



DW Drum Workshop Single Tom Stand Review:


Greetings - I have (3) - two double and one single 9000 series DW tom stands to hold five DW rack mount toms. These stands are made for 1/2" diameter DW mounts, and they are built like a tank/brick poop house - precisely like all DW equipment. Those of you with "sour grapes" regarding this product simply misunderstood what YOUR responsibility was pertaining to confirming the diameter of YOUR equipment...



Complete Drum Hardware Pack 6 Piece Set by Griffin | Full Size Percussion Stand Kit with Snare, Hi-Hat, Cymbal Boom, Throne Stool and Single Kick Drum Pedal | Lightweight and Portable|Perfect for Gigs Review:


I came across this and liked it because of the price. I was looking mainly for the clamp and saw this as a perfectly good alternative. The tom arms are your typical pearl type, so I took em off (pro tip for all you newbies, save everything, you never know when some hardware will come in handy) and added my l rod arms, they fit perfectly. The only thing I disliked was the cymbal tilter didn't get a tight grip on the threaded boom, even with me taking it apart it and putting it back togrether it was no good, so I just disassembled it and kept it off because I just wanted it as a stand alone tom stand, it would have been nice if it worked as a cymbal stand for me as an added option but no loss here, the price for the tom clamp was good enough.



Snare Drum Stand by Griffin | Deluxe Percussion Hardware Base Kit | Double Braced, Light Weight Mount for Standard Snare and Tom Drums|Slip-Proof Gear Tilter| Sturdy Clamp Style Basket Holder Review:


I came across this and liked it because of the price. I was looking mainly for the clamp and saw this as a perfectly good alternative. The tom arms are your typical pearl type, so I took em off (pro tip for all you newbies, save everything, you never know when some hardware will come in handy) and added my l rod arms, they fit perfectly. The only thing I disliked was the cymbal tilter didn't get a tight grip on the threaded boom, even with me taking it apart it and putting it back togrether it was no good, so I just disassembled it and kept it off because I just wanted it as a stand alone tom stand, it would have been nice if it worked as a cymbal stand for me as an added option but no loss here, the price for the tom clamp was good enough.