Drum Department Upgrades!

Over the last few weeks we’ve been working quietly and stealthily putting up new shelving for drumheads and a new rack for sticks. It’s no secret that Main Drag is the poster child for Triboro Shelving, and we’ve leveraged their extensive catalog once again. The heads are now living in two 12′ high shelf units that allow short and tall alike easy access to the most used sizes. The flimsy, hard to reach bass drum head shelf above the door to the amp testing room has been blitzed and replaced by two grey towers, almost gleaming in powdercoat gray. But here’s the best part: We have room for a lot more variety now. Look for more Evans and finally expect to see Aquarian.

The drumstick rack has been moved, redesigned, and repositioned. For those of you familiar with the store, we decided that the corner where the heads remain was a bit gloomy and crowded (sorry heads) so we moved the stick rack under the wall of drums over in the corner by the parts. It’s a straight shot into the store and back to the sticks, which is good due to the steady procession of stick buyers. The rack itself is once again from Triboro, and a plinth was built to go underneath it built by David Hollier that will hold backstock drumsticks so that ultimately, we’ll never run out of your fave sticks again. We hope that all of this makes your supply shopping easier. Next project will be a cymbal shelving unit so that crappy old box full of cymbals on the floor will be be trashed. Everybody complains about it, and we want Main Drag customers to experience fahrvergnügen every time they walk in.


One Comment to “Drum Department Upgrades!”

  1. I liked the old set-up and shelving much better! The Aquarian heads are now positioned way too low since I can not bend my back due to my numerous paddling back injuries.

    I am kidding!!!

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