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This Cymbal Sizzler fits cymbal stands with 6mm threaded posts only. Please confirm you own a cymbal stand with a 6mm thread before purchasing. If you message us indicating it does not fit your cymbal stand, it is because you did not verify the thread size. Most modern cymbals stands (DW, Gibraltar, Pearl, Mapex, Tama, Ludwig, Yamaha) have 8mm thread posts. These manufactures have or have made cymbal stands with 6mm posts but modern posts typically are again 8mm. Most of these manufactures have sold cymbals stands with 6mm threaded posts. Note that this will not mount on vintage U.S. made cymbal stands either as these stands usually had 1/4-20 threads.

Add this sizzler to your existing cymbal and stand (with a 6mm threaded post) for a sizzle effect. Each Arm folds back so you can easily switch to having the sizzlers on or off the cymbal surface. The arms can also be extended in either direction so you may experiment with placement of the sizzler on part of the cymbal to your desire. The ends of the arms where the sizzlers are at can also be bent to up or down carefully to counter to the cymbal as well. Please take care when doing so.

Please see photos for illustrated purposes of how sizzler attaches and operates. Please see photo to show the difference between a 6mm, 8mm and 1/4-20 threads. This listing is for new in package Cannon Percussion Sizzler Only. Cymbal, cymbal stand, cymbal felts are not included and photos of again are for illustrative purposes only.

ConditionBrand New (New)
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  • Cymbal Sizzler For 6mm Cymbal Stands
  • Chrome
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  • Taiwan

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