Gibraltar GSVMS Stealth Vertical Mounting SystemSku #491799000000000 Gibraltar 491799 DFDBD Rack Components https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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Removes the clutter of hardware and stands to showcase your drum set.
Gibraltar's Stealth Vertical Mounting System (VMS) takes a minimalist approach to mounting hardware by showcasing the kit and removing the cluttered appearance of bulky tripods and rack bars spanning the bass drum. Best of all, Stealth VMS means you have less hardware to break down and carry after the gig.
The Stealth VMS creates a low-profile vertical mounting plane for mounted toms and the snare, creating a rock-solid foundation for any setup. This innovative mounting system works with virtually any kit configuration and can utilize existing tom and snare mounting hardware no matter what brand or size kit you play.
GSVMS comes with 3/4", 7/8", and 1" adjustable sleeves that accommodate most brands tom mount and snare basket.
- Low-profile distinctive appearance
- Small footprint fits on any stage
- Accommodates double-bass drum pedals and deep snare drums
- No tripods. Creates a clean and uncluttered stage appearance
A minimalist drum rack. Order yours today.
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Comments about Gibraltar GSVMS Stealth Vertical Mounting System:
This thing is super useful! Looks great, breaks down and sets up easily, and is super stable. The bend in the pipe makes double bass shafts easy to sqeeze into tight set-ups. This thing is made out of sturdy rack pipe and probably isn't a whole lot lighter overall than a couple of double braced stands but it is much less cluttered, super clean looking, and very stable. Takes a little time to set-up initially and get how you want it but once it's set-up there's virtually zero adjustment every time after. This is great for a gigging drummer who wants quick set-up and take-downs, a clean look, and is annoyed by constant "tweaking" to get double bass pedal set-ups to fit along with everything else at your feet.