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How to Assemble the Curved Gibraltar Gong Stand (GCSCG-L)


by Max Holmquist July 29, 2019

Inspired by the natural curvature of space, the Curved Gong Stand from Gibraltar (GCSCG-L) reminds us to embrace the strength and beauty of our own curves. The perfect arcs of this stand match the curvature of your beautiful gongs, a great way to hold and mount your 34" to 40" gongs.

Because of the modular nature of Gibraltar percussion stands and parts, it's really easy to add parts and pieces and customize these stands.

They are pretty easy to take apart and put together, but everybody needs a little help sometimes. That's why we had Jules put together this in-depth "How-to Assemble" video!

If you own one of these Gibraltar stands but you need some help learning how to assemble it, or if you're thinking about buying it but you want to know how it works, take a look:


To purchase this stand in our store, click here.

Looking for a great gong to go with this stand? Read about our Lunar Flare Gongs.

To take a look at our other Gibraltar Gong Stands and Parts, click here.

In the mood to learn more? To check out our blog on the best way to clean a Nickel Silver gong, click here.



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