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Offworld Percussion Practice Pad Stand

Model # IMS2 By: Offworld Percussion
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  • Overview

    • Collapsible Basket Fits Any Pad Or Drum
    • Extends up to 40" Tall
    • Black Nickel Plated Anodized Finish
    • Ball-Tilting Orbital Basket Adjustment
    • Heavy-Duty Double-Braced Legs
    • Large Grippy Feet
  • Item Details

    The Offworld Percussion IMS2 multi-height practice pad and snare drum stand is a second generation platform specifically created for use with OffWorld practice pads and also works with snare drums. The marching height stand works perfect with the Invader V3 series for solo practice and ensemble rehearsal situations.

    A Unique 3-tiered lightweight construction extends pads and drums to a wide range of player heights to an astounding 40" tall (98 cm). The device can also compact all the way down to drum-throne level to accommodate pads and drums for seated use.

    The basket is also threaded to allow it to collapse and fit any pad or drum less than 14" including the Offworld Shuttle.

  • Specifications

    Name Offworld Percussion Practice Pad Stand
    Brand Offworld Percussion
    Model # IMS2
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  • Returns & Shipping


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    Every single order that goes out the door has a tracking number that will be emailed to you, and all of it is completely insured. Everything is carefully packed by hand - we know just how delicate this stuff can be, and how important it is to you.

    We ship from centrally-located Dallas, Texas. Howdy y'all!

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    • December 1, 2012
    • by Robert P.
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    • Robert F
    • Houston, TX
    • Drummer (28 yrs), Teacher (21 yrs), Student (28 yrs)
    • Pros

      • The least-expensive, best-quality stand-for-all-ages-and-things
    • Cons

      • Difficult to adjust for younger students because of ball joint and so many lolocks
    • 5
    • The best stand for the money, hands down.
    • August 23, 2016
    • by Robert F
    • As a percussion educator for over 20 years, I have searched every year for one snare stand that can do all things for all students. This is a difficult task when considering the needs of the smallest beginner students and pads through the tallest high school students and marching drums. I was beginning to think that I would not ever find a good option. Most stands either (1) do not have a wide enough height range for all students, (2) do not have a basket that will open and collapse for all sizes of pads and drums, or (3) are built so cheaply that there are multiple inherent problems from the beginning for any single group of percussionists. The Offworld stand seems to address all of these issues without being as expensive as other stands that do less. Yes, there are chemicals present on the stand (mainly due to lubricants). I suggest getting some cleaner and wiping things down. No, it does not seem to be the bombproof build that other more expensive stands are, but I have found that it holds everything from pads to Pearl marching snares just fine during lengthy rehearsals—and without the help of the memory locks for holding weight. Yes, it does take a little longer to teach younger kids how to use the stand, and it requires more patience from them to get all of the adjustments right. I mean, we sometimes teach them bassoon, saxophone, horn, and other complicated things, right? So more teachable moments, and a stand that will stay in adjustment and LAST. So please try to get past all of that, and then... realize that once students purchase this stand in 5th or 6th grade, they not only will have their individual needs taken care of throughout their future band years, but these stands enhance your overall programming when the need arises for more stands in your educational settings—whether this is simply a few more stands for a concert band performance, additional set-up capabilities for large percussion ensembles, drum line try-outs/auditions, and more. If you have students buy a higher-quality stand, they will pay more for less capabilities. If they buy a cheaper stand, it won't last, won't serve their needs over the years, and/or won't enhance other aspects of your program. I suggest really thinking about this so that you might make one decision early on that positively affects your programming for years to come. I highly recommend this stand to you.
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    • Dexter H.
    • Raleigh, NC
    • Drummer (10 yrs), Student (10 yrs)
    • Pros

      • Extremely adjustable
      • Very tall and very short
      • Feels Solid
    • Cons

      • Cheap Materials
      • Build Quality is Lacking
    • 3
    • Great features, build quality eh
    • July 6, 2014
    • by Dexter H.
    • This stand has lots of cool features - It comes with memory locks, a drum key, it has a ball tilter, it can adjust to fit anyone. HOWEVER: The plastic and rubber feel slightly flimsy and cheap, the washers used are made of very soft, low quality metal, The threads cut on the bolts and wing nuts are large and rough, making tightening and loosening very difficult, and the ball tilter doesn't lock very well. I have decided to sell mine and buy a better one. (Pearl) Ultimately, there are a lot of cool features, but in execution, they fall short of expectation. For the price point, I would recommend a more basic stand that is built well. If you want these features done right, you will most likely have to pay much more.
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    • Eric
    • yes
    • 4
    • good stand
    • May 5, 2013
    • by Eric
    • This stand is very durable and is tall enough so you can put a pad on it and adjust the height to a comfortable level, unlike most other stands. It has a ball tilting mechanism that allows you to tilt the stand to any angle you want. The only bad thing is that the ball doesn't stay in place very well, so the stand eventually starts tilting by itself, and you have to readjust it constantly.
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    • Alford
    • Magnolia, TX
    • 1
    • August 30, 2012
    • by Alford
    • The rubber on the stand's feet and drum grips smells horrible! I can't believe that they allow students to practice in a small room smelling this terrible chemical order. WILL BE SENDING THIS BACK!!!!!!!!!
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    • Dylan Brown
    • Katy, Texas
    • 5
    • WOW!!!
    • December 23, 2011
    • by Dylan Brown
    • Just the Sturdiest stand you'll ever own. Holds the HQ real feel very nicely.