Look Like The Cadets This Fall

Quality instruments, equipment and props available now at great prices

Here's a little insight on the loops from The Cadets' recent alum and colorguard instructor Katie Hopkins:

We went through a few versions this past summer, trying to find the best loops. The laminated lumber loops were the final version The Cadets Guard used. They are sturdier than the plywood loops and closer to the material of a real rifle. The two weigh about the same, thought, and the plywood ones are good as well. It really depends on your needs. If they are going to be tossed a lot, then I would recommend the laminated lumber. They are a bit more durable in case a drop should occur. However, if they are primarily going to be used for spinning and effect, and not so much tossing, then you can go ahead with the plywood. 

I hope this helps. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.


Katie Hopkins




The Towers

There's no denying the effect of ten-foot towers, whether one stands solo, or several side-by-side.

The Cadets' field props are now for sale, with both new and used models available.


Each tower is 10 feet tall and 4 feet wide and comes apart for storage.


New Frame with Caster & Inside Shelf: $789.00

Used in The 2013 Cadets' production: $650.00

*Volume discount available for orders of 8 or more
*Prices DO NOT include fabric covers

For more information and to arrange delivery or pick-up, please contact our music product specialist in the YEA! office at 610-821-0345 ext. 133 or marketing@yea.org.


For covers and assistance in all areas of design and structure, we recommend that you contact Field and Floor FX at 888-785-9478 or by visiting fieldandfloorfx.com.


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