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There's no getting around it. Cymbal and tom stands have their limitations. Under heavy play, they can creep. Stand bases tend to get in the
way of one another. Your setup never quite feels the same from gig to gig. And, as you know, there's a lot to tear down and haul around. Not
so with Gibraltar Racks. Memory locks ensure that your drums and cymbals will be exactly where you want them.
Always. No clutter on the stage floor. And, remarkably, without all those stand bases, there's actually less to transport. Check out this tutorial to learn how Gibraltar Racks can help put your energy andfocus where it should be - your drumming.
Basic Rack Setup Overview:
What drummers are saying about racks vs. stands on web drum forums:
I use my full kit, I generally use a rack. It just makes life
easier, and my 'full kit' isn't all the big. Having the rack
keeps everything in the same place and makes set-up a whole
years ago I changed my 9 piece setup from stands to a rack,
and have never regretted it. I even use a rack for my 4 spice
set, because it lets me use more cymbals with less hassle."
don't break my rack down. It just fits in the back of my station
wagon. There's no tear-down at all, except for raising two of
the cymbal booms. When I'm not mic'ed, I'm ready to roll in
about 10 minutes. It takes longer to get my drums out of the
cases than it does to set up the kit!"
currently have three racks, two of which are used for gigging,
and enough parts to make another if needed. i only use stands
in very rare settings, and have never regretted the move to