Pearl CX Air Frame Snare Drum Carrier

Model: PEA-CXS-1

Availability: In Stock

$234.95

The Pearl CXS-1 Air Frame Snare Drum Carrier features a solid rod, form-fitting upper shoulder frame attached to a thin aluminum belly plate with extreme range of motion. The ACS (Agility Control System) Belt unites the player to their in…
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Pearl CX Air Frame Snare Drum Carrier - Product Information

The Pearl CXS-1 Air Frame Snare Drum Carrier features a solid rod, form-fitting upper shoulder frame attached to a thin aluminum belly plate with extreme range of motion. The ACS (Agility Control System) Belt unites the player to their instrument for optimal stability in today's modern use of body movement. The shoulder and belly pads are removable for cleaning and are built with a "stealth-like" design. The CXS-1 carrier practically disappear under the uniform.

Elegantly Simple. Incredible Simple. These words best describe the new CX AirFrame and MX T-Frame carriers by Pearl Corporation. These carriers combine lightweight, simplistic desgins with rugged durability. Field tested by the acclaimed drum corps, this revolutionary breakthough in carrier design is highly adjustable with minimal moving parts, making this the perfect carrier for players of all sizes and skill levels.

This CXS-1 Carrier includes the CXSA-2 Snare Attachment

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Comments:

More comfortable and stabilizes my marching snare better than the previous carrier - thanks Steve Weiss!

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Very Good Carrier

Comments:

This carrier was designed and built by the Pearl Corporation to replace Randall May's mono-posto carrier. The Pearl product is incredibly durable and comfortable, and the back strap really does its job of keeping the drum from moving around. The padding on this carrier has a memory foam quality, which makes it heavenly to wear, but it can tear easily, especially if you take the harness on and off many times during use. The use of j-rods is a hit-or-miss. The drum is very solidly seated once attached, but it can be difficult to correctly attach the drum to the carrier. I feel like the quick release system of May and Dynasty carriers is easier, as well as more premium. The biggest downside to these carriers wouldn't be a big problem if Pearl hadn't falsely advertised it. One of the selling points of these carriers is that it "disappears under the uniform." That is not the case. If your drumline is made up of skinnier players, the carrier will sit several inches out from their stomachs. This was designed to make the carriers universal, but it adds noticeable bulk. Despite these small problems, Pearl has created a product that is functional, reliable, and affordable for anyone from High School to DCI.

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