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  • V-Club Rack Height?

    Could you please tell me
    the height of the v-club rack?
    I want to incorporate the kit into a acoustic-like set-up (e-converted Pearl RT).
    Hoped, is the rack can be higher
    than my bass drum mounted toms.
    Checking one out on the weekend! Yah!
    Thanx in Advance

  • #2
    Originally posted by HolShot:
    Someone had posted earlier asking the height of the cross-bar on the V-Club rack so they could possibly fit part of their A-kit under it, but they've since deleted the post.

    In case that person's still interested, it is 32" (give or take a bit...) from the bottom of the cross-bar to the floor with the cross bar set to the very top of the columns, i.e., the tops of the cross-bar clamps are flush with the tops of the columns that it's mounted on.

    HTH,
    Bob

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    • #3
      Thanks for reposting my reply in the right place, Dr. K. This was, indeed, the post I was replying to earlier. Good catch!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by HolShot:
        Thanks for reposting my reply in the right place, Dr. K. This was, indeed, the post I was replying to earlier. Good catch!
        No problem. I read the posts back to back and seeing as you had taken the time to provide such a good response even though GraVity had already moved the inquiry, I thought I'd copy your answer (with credit) to here also to better the chance of it being seen.

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        • #5
          Xcellent!
          20" Kick Drum & My Shallow Shells Should fit Perfectly underneath.
          I like my kit low anyway.
          Thanks for the Measurement

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          • #6
            Happy to oblige, GraVity!

            Maybe sometime you could post a photo of your set-up when you're done putting it together?

            Bob

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