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 Do You Have Issues With Load Cymbals?

Just like a drum shield, our plexiglass cymbal shields damper the sound from cymbals. These are great from small venues, indoor and outdoor stages, and venues with less than ideal acoustics. With its up close wrap-around design, the Cymbal Shield will block more sound than any other shield on the market. Avoid the bulky, expensive full drum shields while still decreasing volume up to 40%. We designed these Cymbal Shields for large or small stages, churches, and rehearsals. Clean up your live sound by decreasing loud cymbal frequencies from traveling out onstage and into surrounding vocal microphones. 

Cymbal Shields are easy to mount so you don’t have to build a drum isolation chamber or drum enclosure. Your group and front house engineer will thank you after they hear the difference the Cymbal Shield makes. Made of high-grade acrylic plastic, the Cymbal Shield is light, flexible, durable, and compact.

Attach the shield to any cymbal stand post "anywhere you can attach a cymbal" and tighten it down with the wing nut. If you do not have extra hardware, you can purchase our grabber arm here for custom positioning. 

Recommended Cymbal Shield Sizes

Small 10"H x 24"W - cymbal & hats 14” or less

Medium 12"H x 26"W - cymbal 19” or less

Large 14"H x 28"W - cymbal 24” or less 

Your purchase of each shield includes the attached metal bracket and 3 rubber washers to adjust your thread height when mounting. 

We will deliver this item in the USA within 2 to 4 business days by FedEx. You will receive tracking updates via email as soon as it ships. If you need faster shipping use the “Contact us” link for a quote. 

International shipping is now available through DHL at checkout. Shipments are delivered within 2 to 5 days worldwide.

Boom arms, cymbal stands and cymbals are not included in the purchase of a Cymbal Shield.

Designed, manufactured by hand in the heartland of the USA.

Provisional Patent Pending



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