Tama HT730B Ergo Rider

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Drum Throne

  • From the Ergo Rider series
  • Continuous height adjustment via spindle from 480 mm to 670 mm
  • Combination of round seat and saddle style seat
  • "Sit Tight" seat clamp
  • Extra wide tripod base
Item number 102099
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Fabric Imitation Leather
Design Of Seat Saddle Style
Height Adjustment Spindle Yes
With Backrest No
Removeable Backrest Yes
$222
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4.8 / 5

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Really cool, comfortable, sturdy chair!🤘👍
Rock n Roll Dragon 01.04.2022
I recommend to those who get tired back and lower back after long sessions and playing the drum kit!
Together with the Tama HTB5B Backrest, this chair becomes a chair in a spaceship! Moreover, this ergonomic shape of the seat cannot be compared with a motorcycle saddle, a motorcycle saddle is the last century, it is terribly uncomfortable to sit on it! And an ergonomic rider Tama HT730B Ergo Rider is something between a classic round chair and a motorcycle saddle!
HT730B Really cool, comfortable, sturdy chair!🤘👍
Peace, Love, Music, Rock n Roll ! ✌

Thank you Thomann, I love you!😍💓❤💖💕💗✨🎇
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THE BEST DRUM THRONE
Anonymous 23.04.2015
I previously had a standard drum throne but I wanted to get something that would help me with my double bass playing. I found that rounded thrones held me back and I wanted to try more of a saddle or bicycle style throne.

I tried out a few different Mapex and Pearl thrones but I found that the saddle was too large and harsh and made playing uncomfortable after half an hour or so of playing.

The Ergo Rider is the perfect medium between comfortable and the saddle shape I was looking for. My double bass drumming has improved due to this throne. It is a monster of a throne and as comfortable as any normal chair.

Tama make the best hardware and this is no exception. My only criticism of this throne is that it is very very heavy although it is the most sturdy and strong thing in my entire set up. It folds down very well into two parts for transporting.

This throne is the best there is, slightly pricey but 100% worth it.
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A great piece of equipment
Tino Margan 28.06.2023
I want to preface this by saying I don't have this chair for too long, so this isn't a long term review and I have upgraded from a 15 year old chair that wasn't the best even back then.
This is a pretty significant upgrade. I have started to develop lower back pain when sitting for longer than 15 minutes due to the flimsy chair that was wobbling all over the place. This chair is very sturdy, very adjustable, very comfortable, you can sit high (I like to sit a bit on the higher side and I'm 187 cm), great for transport and all in all is a great investment that will surely last me a long time.
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Great for proper posture but incredibly heavy
Bryan C 15.03.2019
It is a power house of a seat. Incredibly stable and reliable . Still no scuffs on the chrome. The only problem is the weight. If you have roadies to deal with it, it's possibly the best seat you can have , if not ? Then I'd recommend a smaller seat. The actual seat itself, although very comfortable , is HUGE and I don't weigh 400 pounds. It is a great seat but for the gigging drummer who has to lug around a seat 4 nights a week , it can become very cumbersome
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