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Gibraltar Stealth Docking Station

Model: GIB-GSDS

Availability: In Stock

$249.99

The Gibraltar Stealth Docking Station is a small compact rack for players looking to mount cymbals and drums. A U shaped bar designed to contour the shape of a 22″ bass drum features a 1.5″ diameter bar that discreetly hugs th...
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Gibraltar Stealth Docking Station - Product Information

The Gibraltar Stealth Docking Station is a small compact rack for players looking to mount cymbals and drums. A U shaped bar designed to contour the shape of a 22″ bass drum features a 1.5″ diameter bar that discreetly hugs the bass drum for players who do not want the bulky look of a traditional cross bar. The Stealth Rack comes with the ability to mount 1 rack tom, 1 crash cymbal, and a ride cymbal with the ability to add a clamp and a cymbal boom to make 2 crashes and ride cymbal.

  • Removes clutter from tripods on the floor
  • Extremely low profile
  • Light weight, and easy to transport
  • No cross connector clamps which are normally used on front rack
  • 3pk of hex locking nuts with rubber stoppers for multi clamps
  • Height: (inner dimension) 24-3/4″
  • Width: (inner dimension) 24-1/4″
    • Included Components:
    • (1) U shaped rack bar for 22″ bass drum
    • (2) GCSQCLTLA Chrome T leg assemblies
    • (2) GCMAMC Multi angle multi clamps
    • (1) GCRMC Standard multi clamp
    • (1) BCLR-M 10.5mm Clam style tom arm
    • (1) LBL 12.7mm ball L arm

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Great option for a streamlined look

Comments:

This rack looks amazing and is very functional, as advertised. It took me hours of adjusting and trying different setups to find what I preferred, but I was also trying to integrate an Octapad above my kick...which didn't really work in the end (unless I use no rack tom at all), but in the standard 4-piece set up, it's amazing. I use a Bass Plate on my 22" kick, so I did have to put a 1/2" spacer into the feet of the Rack to lift it up so that the clamps wouldn't hit the top of the kick, but it's fine for a standard 20" or 22" drum. My final setup includes (L to R) a 13" tom, 10" pic snare centered, Roland pad, and ride cymbal on this rack, so it accomplished what I wanted, which was to open up that space above the center of the kick and simplify the floor space.

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Posted By:

Dwayne Corbin

Rating:

5.00
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