Ludwig Atlas Cymbal Mini Boom Arm
The Ludwig Atlas Mini Boom Arm offers a flexible mounting option for any size cymbal. The gearless Aero tilter allows for secure positioning at any angle. The 12mm mini boom is convertible between straight and boom. The standard diameter tubing connects easily to any tom mount or clamp.
- 12mm convertible mini boom
- Aero gearless tilter
- Standard diameter tube
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Mainland UK: £3.50 within mainland UK ( Orders over £99 are delivered FREE )
UK Non-Mainland: £ 12
Rep. of Ireland and Mainland Europe: from £ 15 (calculated at checkout). International orders over £250 are delivered FREE.
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1 Recommended Accessory
Specifications No On demo in store No Brand Ludwig
|Customer Comment||Our Response|
Cheaper products are available but I'm a Ludwig Lover so went for this one to match my excellent Bass Drum Pedal and Hi Hat Stand. Boom slots into the main tube which confused me on purchase and caused much amusement amongst the staff when I told them there was a problem.
Nice bit if kit.... Read More. Cheaper products are available but I'm a Ludwig Lover so went for this one to match my excellent Bass Drum Pedal and Hi Hat Stand. Boom slots into the main tube which confused me on purchase and caused much amusement amongst the staff when I told them there was a problem.
Nice bit if kit. Well build. Decent adjustment with lots of length in the boom for positioning. Happy :-)
|One of the best short boom arms there is|
|Ludwig equipment is pure class.|
|Great product and this was a repeat order by me as I was so pleased with the first one. Very sturdy, excellent finish and solid locking mechanism.|
|Great product, exactly as advertised. Can't be faulted.|
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