Ludwig 70's Hercules Double Tom Stand USED
This is an excellent condition Ludwig Hercules double tom stand that is ready to be added to your kit. Comes complete with tubular legs, oversized rubber feet, and oversized black plastic thumb screws making height adjustment easy! The original blue and olive sticker is still on the stand with some nicks and scratches in the sticker surface.
Everything on the stand works perfectly. The ratchet teeth are also in great condition so heavy toms will lock positively into place. A Ludwig console wrench is needed to adjust the tom arms into imaginable position. This heavy duty stand is the stand you need to add tom toms to your vintage 1970's Ludwig outfit.
There are some scratches/scuffs on the chrome but it is cosmetic only and does not affect the functionality or strength in any way.
- Ludwig 70's Hercules Double Tom Stand USED
- Chrome Hardware
- Heavy Duty Tubular Legs
- Rubberized Feet
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