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Musician's Friend Deluxe Amp Stand
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Black powdered-metal construction with rubber feet. Adjustable at three heights from the floor to the bottom back corner of the amp: 14 1/4", 17" and...Click To Read More About This Product
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Get your amp off the ground and tilted back for better projection.
Black powdered-metal construction with rubber feet. Adjustable at three heights from the floor to the bottom back corner of the amp: 14 1/4", 17" and 19 1/2". Locking pins add extra security.
- Black powdered-metal construction
- Rubber feet
- Locking pins
Deluxe Amp Stand
- Angled leg length: 18 1/4"
Upright leg length: 16" from the floor to bracket
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Good idea, done well
When my stand arrived today, all I could think was "Good thing it's made of metal." The carton was in tough shape. I sliced through the surviving tape on the...Read complete review
When my stand arrived today, all I could think was "Good thing it's made of metal." The carton was in tough shape. I sliced through the surviving tape on the top flaps and lifted out the three plastic bags. There's a folding base and two 'L' sections that cradle the amp and adjust for height. The nut for one of the friction knobs (part of the height adjustment) was at an odd angle, possibly due to the beating it took while in transit, but the knob seems to screw in alright. There was no instruction sheet, but from the picture on the carton, I was pretty much able to puzzle it out on my own. My Marshall MG30DFX (9.6 kg, according to its manual) is sitting on the stand now, and so far, so good. Anything less wide than the Marshall (476 mm) would probably need an additional support between the two arms. (The arms are nicely padded, BTW, both under and behind the amp.) For me, the big advantage of this stand is not so much any improvement in sound, but being able to see the controls on the amp without tilting the amp back against a wall or having to lean over, stoop, squat, or go through other gyrations. (Middle age is not conducive to great eyesight. Heck, Clapton wears glasses now, right?) All in all, a good design and a good value.
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I Got it in the mail from UPS. As usual the box was all ripped and torn with a leg hanging out. There was no packing list or instructions. Not hard to figure...Read complete review
I Got it in the mail from UPS. As usual the box was all ripped and torn with a leg hanging out. There was no packing list or instructions. Not hard to figure how it works. Put it together and thought I dont want to do this 2 times a nite, 6 nites a week. I then grabed my amp (Roland KC 550 I bought from Musicians Friend ) and put it on the stand. It fell over on the face of the amp. It was on the lowest setting. The higher you put it, the more it's front heavy. Worst design I've ever seen. It would work better if the cradles were designed to go in the front legs. It may work with a practice amp. It's on its way back!
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I use this amp stand, I use it on the lowest height for my Spider III 75 Watt. Boy does it really get the tone up and in your face and off the floor. Worth the purchase.
Here is what you want to know. Yes, the bottom "A frame" legs do collapse closed for easier transport. The sliding brackets that hold your amp are also fully removable from the A frame base. These brackets have three locking positions. FYI, you can also push the brackets in slightly further than the lowest notch position (which allows the extendable brackets to actually rest on the A-frame supports, which is very stable). The following is the only major problem. The higher that you raise the extendable arms, the more that your amp's center of gravity is pushed out over the front support legs. Even at the medium height setting (of the 3 positions)the slightest forward pressure (i.e., from accidental guitar cord yank) would cause the whole rig to topple forward and crash. All in all, great quality product. Just realize that you almost have to use it at its lowest height setting (which is actually very comfortable) to avoid a catastrophic collapse of your amp onto its face.
This amp stand is incredible. The Sound quality of your amp gets alot better with this and the volume goes up. When you normally have your amp on the ground the sound shoots straight to the floor. But with this amp stand the sound goes to the celing and extends out(Thus increasing your sound). I use a Fender Princeton 65 and a Fender Tiwn on this baby and it holds just fine. I would not suggest putting a 300 pound amp or cabinet on here because it will probably collapse. This stand is great whether practicing, in the studio, or at gigs. Simple words of advice, "Get It".
this machine is way better than all the others i've ever tried! it actually works! I've tried other kinds of stands and none of them ever work.... i wonder why.......
This stand holds my Fender Blues Junior perfectly. I like the angle for my studio for practice and recording. However, If I was playing from stage, the stand is too tall.
The lowest you can set this stand is 17 " off the ground...way to high up for my Rivera. These reviews led me to believe this stand was multi adjustable NOT, unless you call to high off the floor to way to high off the floor adjustable. Why anyone would want their amp three feet off the the ground I don't know. It's well built and what a great price but way to non-flexible...
Great stand, good price. Holds up my Marshall 8240 with ease. Height adjustable, good angle.... Recomended!
This stand is very sturdy and easy to set up. Well worth twice the price. That said, here are some annoyances that could easily be remedied: If you set it up as shown, the stand feels like it's going to topple over. Turn the supports over so the lond ends are under the amp. If you use it the other way, the uprights are not long enough to hit the wood on most decent sized open back amps, thereby either crushing your tubes or allowing the amp to fall backwards. Turn the supports over. The rubber and plastic pieces are cheap and poorly fit. They aren't really necessary anyway, so wither make them better or leave them out. All in all, it does the job and costs peanuts. Buy a couple and get those amps off the floor!
This is a pretty sweet stand. I have a heavy Crate XT120R and it holds it very well. Very well built and angles the amp were it should be.
A friend and myself both have one of these. His works great but my lever spring have started to give way. Once the full weight of the amp is on ist it's fine, but while placing it gently in the cradle, either holster arm wants to collapse.I like that it elevates an amp up at an angle but it's too bad no other company makes a product like it.