Quick Pictorial FlexMount Step-By-Step Starter Page

One Way to Begin a FlexMount Starter Sequence, In Pictures:

Start with just one FlexMount FM-TBase
Using your sturdy cymbal stand base, that accepts the 3/4″ FM-TBase down-tube, and one FlexMount FM-TBase
Inserting the FM-TBase into your cymbal stand base, and tightening the cymbal stand thumb screw to make your FlexMount TBase foundation secure.
Attaching a FlexMount FM-12Bar to the horizontal landing plate of a FlexMount FM-TBase, or any of the other FM-Bars available, i.e., FM-4bar, FM-6bar, FM-10bar, or the pictured FM-12bar.
Attaching a FlexMount FM-12Bar to the horizontal landing plate of a FlexMount FM-TBase.
Tightening/securing the two TBase cap screws into the FM-TBase landing plate with the 5/16″ FM-Wrench Note: FM Bars can be fastened to the TBase anywhere along their entire FM-Bar length. Performers must keep the overall balance of their FlexMount setup in mind as a result of this creative setup freedom. Ron Vaughn FlexMount hardware does also include frame-to-floor foot extensions to steady cantilevered instrument setup creations. See Ron Vaughn FlexMount, ‘other’ FlexMount accessories.
Adding/installing one FM Signature Wood Block Mount into one of the available FM-12Bar ports,
Installing/inserting the first FlexMount pin into one Ron Vaughn Signature Wood Block pin port.
Installing/inserting the second FlexMount pin into the Ron Vaughn Signature Woodblock pin port.
Ron Vaughn Signature Wood Block, mounted in FlexMount hardware, ready to play.
Adding other accessories: Ron Vaughn Stick Tray with (included) integral FlexMount Stick Tray harware.
More expansive Signature Block & FlexMount array.
Ron Vaughn Signature Block Quartet Array, front view:
Ron Vaughn Signature Block Quartet Array, perspective view:

Another custom FlexMount example, including multiple instruments: stick tray, high-control key chime, and compound block angles for more diverse performance requirements.

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