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Percussion instrument mounting apparatus










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #5520292.

An articulated support apparatus for percussion instruments comprising first, second and third upright legs, a primary elongated bar structure extending generally horizontally between and supported by the first and second legs, and a secondary elongated bar structure extending generally horizontally between and supported by the second and third legs; the primary bar structure including multiple primary elongated segments, and there being a primary hinge structure connecting at least two of the primary segments to relatively pivot about a primary vertical primary hinge axis, and whereby the second and first legs may be selectively relatively pivoted about the axis; and support structure on at least one of the bar structures to support percussion instruments; the bar segments having substantially rectangular cross sections to slidably support said support structure.








 
 
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