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May 2, 1950
2,505,882
S. V. CASSATO
DRUM SUPPORT
Filed Ooi. 25, 1946
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Patented May 2, 1950
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Application October 25, 1946, Serial No. 705,513
201e-inns.
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This invention relates to a new and improved
hinged to a second pair of members or arms C
supporting device for a bass drum and more par
and D which project outwardly and horizontally
therefrom. Each of the second members C and
D have a longitudinal slot I0 therein adapted to
ticularly and speciñcally to a supporting device
of a non~skidding construction.
The primary object of this invention is the pro
receive the set screws II and I 2 which hold a
vision of a unit adapted to be añixed to a bass
drum which will form a non-rolling and secure
support for the drum as well as a means for pre
cross bar I3 in place across the faces of members
C and D. The cross bar I3 is similarly provided
with slots Iâ and I5 adjacent each end thereof
venting the skidding or sliding of the drum.
Another object of this invention is the provi
in which the set screws II and I2 are secured. A
sion of a device of the character described which
may be easily and quickly formed into a compact
unit with the drum so that it may be packed and
a chair or stool leg I8.
cut out space I5 is provided in the center of the
cross bar I3 adapting it to receive the foot I'l of
The above described arrangement allows for
transported with the drum.
Another object of this invention is the pro
the cross bar I3 to be slidably positioned and se
cured at any point longitudinally along the mem
vision of a device of the character described
bers C and D, thereby selectively positioning the
which is of a durable, simple and inexpensive de
sign.
Still further improvements and advantages of
this invention will readily appear to those skilled .
in the art when the following description is read
in the light of the accompanying drawings in
which:
Fig. 1 is a side elevation of the securing device
bar I 3 in relationship to the drum I9 which is
secured transverse the members A and B. This
arrangement also provides for the selective po
sitioning of the members A and B longitudinally
the cross bar I3 so as to adapt them to ñt any
desired bass drum, the selectively positioning
means of the outside hooks l0 and II adapting
the members A and B to selectively secure bass
with a drum and drummer’s stool with the arms 25 drums of varied width.
of the device in transporting position illustrated
It can be seen that by the placement of the
in dotted lines.
foot Il of the leg I8 of a chair or stool 20 within
Fig. 2 is a top plan view of the device shown in
the aperture I6 of the cross bar I3 that the
Figure 1.
weight of the occupant of the stool will, when the
Fig. 3 is a vertical view of Fig. 1 taken on 30
set
screws I I and I2 are tightened, prevent the
line 3-3 thereof.
sliding of the drum to or away from the occupant
Fig. 4 is a vertical cross section taken on the
of the stool.
line 4-4 in Fig. 2.
It can also be seen that when the stool 20 is
Referring now to the accompanying drawings
removed from its engagement with the cross bar
in which like numerals indicate similar parts 35 I 3 that the members C and D, being hinged to
throughout, the drawings which illustrate the se
the members A and B, may be vertically pivoted
curing device comprising a pair of horizontally
to an adjacent position to the drum, as illustrated
placed legs A and B which are adapted to lie on
at X in Fig. 1, so that the entire unit may be
the iioor I in a desired spaced relationship. Po
easily transported from place to place.
sitioned at similar places on each leg are two 40
Having thus described and explained the con
raised blocks 2 and 3 to which are secured hori
struction and operation of this invention what
zontally hooked members 4 and 5. A second pair
I claim is:
of blocks 6 and ‘I of greater length than blocks
l. In a device for supporting a drummer’s stool
2 and 3 are secured to the end of each of the
and a drum having a rim disposed on its pe
members A and B and are provided with a plu 45
riphery adjacent each edge thereof, a pair of
rality of spaced holes Il which are threaded to
receive and securely fasten the bolt 9 which is
aiïixed to a second pair of hooks I0 and Il, thus
enabling the hooks to be selectively positioned
relative to the ñrst said hooks 4 and 5. This ad
justable relationship between each pair of hooks
adapts the members to securely fasten each outer
horizontally-disposed spaced parallel legs for the
support thereon of said drum, clamping means
on said legs for securing the drum in an upright;
position on said legs, said clamping means com
50 prising a iixed block having a projecting hook on
each of said legs for engaging the complemental
rim of said drum, and a movable block having a
hook projecting therefrom on each of said legs
for engaging the opposite rim of said drum, a
rim of a bass drum on the blocks carried by the
members A and B.
The inner ends of the members A and B are 55 pair of longitudinally-extending arms each hav
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ing an end pivotally~ connected to one of said
legs, a cross-bar arranged at right angles to said
arms and mounted on the latter -for slidable
movement toward and away from said drum, said
crossbar being arranged to support said stool in
termediate said arms, and means for releasably1
securing said cross-bar in its adjusted position on
said arms.
2. In a device for supporting a drummer’s stool
and a drum having a rim disposed on its periphe 10
ery adjacent each edge thereof, a pair of hori
zontally-disposed spaced parallel legs for the sup
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from said drum, said crossbar being arranged tó
support said stool intermediate said arms, and
means for releasably securing said cross-bar in
adjusted position on said arms.
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SAM V. CASSATO.
REFERENCES CITED
The following references are of. record in the
file'of this patent:
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UNITED STATES PATENTS
Y
Number
' 994,289
port thereon of said drum, clamping means on
1,022,149
said legs for securing the drum in an upright po
sition on said legs, a pair of longitudinally-ex 15 1,604,670
tending arms each having an end pivotally con
nected to one of said legs, a cross-bar arranged
Number
at right angles to said arms and mounted on the
590,494
latter for slidable movement toward and away
Name
Date
Unger, Jr. ________ _- June 6, 1911
Maphet __________ __ Apr. 2, 1912
Willis et al. ______ __ Oct. 26, 1926
FOREIGN PATENTS
Country
Date
France __________ _.. Mar. 19, 1925
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