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Adding to their history of legendary hardware innovations, Yamaha Drums adapted the same hex shape that is synonymous with their tom arms and applied it to a newly-designed Hex Rack System™. These hex-shaped pipes also provide superior strength over the rounded pipes that dominate the market. With its matte chrome finish, a complete Hex Rack System™ makes a stunning visual statement under stage lights.

Furthering the product's groundbreaking innovation, Yamaha also developed a brilliant method for attaching toms, cymbals and accessories to the hex pipes. A two-piece combination gives drummers innumerable possibilities and infinite flexibility in setting up their kits: the Arm Clamp and Synthetic Open Sphere. The Sphere can be quickly and easily attached anywhere on the hex pipe with a Pacman-style spring, allowing the Arm Clamp to be easily secured onto it.

The use of this Sphere and Arm Clamp together is twofold. First, it allows for the Arm Clamp, when loosened, to provide additional adjustability as it spins on the Sphere. As the Arm Clamp is tightened, the Sphere grips the pipe at the six hex points and eliminates slippage.

"The use of hex-shaped tubing and rotating Arm Clamps is an industry first, and represents our commitment to pushing the envelope on drum set hardware," said Dave Jewell, marketing manager, Yamaha Drums, Pro Audio & Combo Division. "We are trying to make things easier and more reliable for drummers. That's why we're here."

Jim Haler, product manager, Yamaha Drums, added that "'Hexessories' will also be available, and provide limitless possibilities for creating unique and customized rigs."

The Hex Rack System™ delivers a reliable, strong, easy-to-use and visually stunning rack in one innovative package. This combination ensures that the new rack will be a major hit in the music product industry.

The HXR3L and HXR2L Hex Rack Systems™ is available now.

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