A simple, sturdy stand to keep your woodshed space organized.

The Practice Station by noted New Jersey–based drummer/educator Pat Petrillo provides an easy solution for arranging all of your daily practice tools into one tidy place. All of the components are made from sturdy metal that has all been powder-coated black.

The primary frame comprises two layers of metal spaced about 0.5" apart and held in place with hex screws. There are two oblong cutouts near the back of the frame so that the Station can be mounted securely onto any standard-size snare basket. There’s also a thin rectangular cutout on the left side to hold pens and pencils and a wider rectangular cutout on the right side to hold a small pad of paper or a compact metronome. Additionally, there’s a cup holder that’s large enough to hold a bottle of water or a small cup, and there’s a pair of slotted cutouts for hanging large marching sticks and standard drumset sticks from the frame.

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