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 Post subject: For Sale Concert Tom Field Drum Rack
PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 1:38 pm 
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2 Cool Percussion

Concert Tom Field Drum Rack for Sale

Giving your aux. player a lot to do with more instruments

Built for rough terrain, move a lot of instruments super easy all at once with one player, saving time and a lot of trouble, plus taking the stress out of getting equipment on and off the performance area.


Clamp on cymbal booms, drums, bells, wind chimes, triangle, djembe, 5 note chime holder, brake drum, congas, bongos, trap table and music stand top and much more.

Used as a mobile percussion rack.

-Model 7236 LT --- $1075.50

Has 4 - 8" no flat castors and is height adjustable, 12" up or down, includes 11 multi mounts and measure 72" width and 36" depth.

Also a 5632 LT model also available. --- $886.00

LT can fold down for easy storage.

http://www.2coolpercussion.com/product-lt-concert-drum-racks.html

Email me at 2coolpercussion@gmail.com or call any time 423-462-2059

Thanks for looking.

Click here to Pay Pal Buy Now link 7236-LT https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=YAU692QKWKPDN

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