• Account
  • View Shopping Cart

Menu Search View Shopping Cart Call Us

Gibraltar GSVMS Stealth Vertical Mounting System  From Gibraltar

Take the stealthy approach to hardware.

Gibraltar

Available for Special Order

See something you like? This item is gone, but not forever. It can be special ordered, and even customized!

We can get it fast!

Because of our special relationship with Gibraltar we can get this as fast, or faster than anyone in the industry. In some cases, we even have preferred build slots we can offer you.

Want to know when one lands?

Notify Me

Want to discuss a special order?

Manufacturer's Description from Gibraltar

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.

 
Gibraltar

About Manufacturer

From pedals and stands all the way up to their iconic racks, Gibraltar have been manufacturing high-quality and affordable drum hardware for over 25 years. Much like the namesake rock, Gibraltar hardware is built solidly to last through years of gigs and studio sessions. The variety of options that Gibraltar offers for the rack system allows drummers to assemble almost any rack configuration imaginable. 

Specifications

Features

  • 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