A modern take on the classic rail consolette mount, The A.T.L.A.S. Arch offers infinite tom positioning and solid tom mounting with enhanced sustain and resonance in each drum.
The Arch easily mounts to your bass drum by replacing two lugs with two included A.T.L.A.S. Mounts; NO DRILLING REQUIRED.
Utilizing the revolutionary new A.T.L.A.S. mount, the rail and sliding tom mounting arm are totally isolated from the shell; insuring the tone of each individual drum without "cross-talk" when played together.
Installing The A.T.L.A.S. Mount and Atlas Arch
Select two adjacent lugs that will put your tom of choice in the best position over your bass drum
Remove the drum head, hoop, and selected lugs from the bass drum.
Position the A.T.L.A.S. Mount with the tension rod insert facing toward the bearing edge. Fit the bottom of the A.T.L.A.S. mount using the thicker of the two sets of included gaskets, adjusting the mounting bolt spacing to fit the existing lug holes. (for toms, use the thin gasket; for bass drums, use the thick gasket.) For Tom mounting, locate the A.T.L.A.S. mount in one of batter head lug positions.
Affix the washers and nuts to each mount until the mount can not be shifted in the mounting holes by hand. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
With each mount secured and heads/hoops re-attached to desired tuning, place bass drum in playing position.
Slide Keystone clamp around the rail and clamp in place. Loosely connect knurled posts to the rail using the included hex screws. The posts should slide freely in the slots. Slide the posts into the Bass drum mounted ATLAS mounts, and clamp them in place. Then, use a 5mm Allen Wrench to tighten the mounting posts to the rail.
Loosen the Arch clamp of the sliding tom arm to place arm into position, then tighten firmly. Loosen the 12mm L-arm ball clamp and position for preferred angle.