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10" steel base mic stand with E-Z grip choke and 34"-60" adjustable height....Read More

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Keeps that mic where you need it, right in your face.

10" steel base mic stand with E-Z grip choke and 34"-60" adjustable height.


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2.7

(based on 12 reviews)

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    (3)

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Bargain at blowout pricing

My ratings in all area are based on a price to quality ratio. I bought them at the blowout pricing. Can't expect more for that price.Should work fine unless you subject your mic stands...Read complete review

My ratings in all area are based on a price to quality ratio. I bought them at the blowout pricing. Can't expect more for that price.Should work fine unless you subject your mic stands to cruel and unusual punishment.Now to address the problems others have posted which are legitimate, there are a couple of simple solutions which should produce a workable fix.1) Rubber base feet come off. Try some simple contact glue or silicon. Let dry/cure for 24 hours before using. Contact adhesive is less flexible than silicon. So if one doesn't work, try the other. Cost of glue or silicon-2.00 approx.2) Mic pole base threads strip out. Use some simple white pvc pipe thread tape to fill the thread gaps. Or for a permanent cure, use j-b weld or some other epoxy-type fix.Dope threads, insert pole, let cure 24 hours. Cost of epoxy-2.00 approx. Cost of thread tape-.50 cents approx.3)Also, be careful not to crossthread on initial setup. Both the base and thread have powder coat on them. This will come off after the first threading.4) Mic pole adjustment tensioner. This is made out of plastic. Do not overtighten. Simplely run up snug. Over torquing will not help and results in stripping the threads as with any type of plastic threads.As long as these are available, I can not justify spending any more money for this type of mic stand. Best deal going unless you can get them free. Also, quick shipment and good packaging get a 5 star rating. Thanks for the good deal.

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Follow-up Review

After owning a pair of these stands for a few months I am still fairly impressed with the features I got for the price. However, neither stand lasted very long. Both stands suffered...Read complete review

After owning a pair of these stands for a few months I am still fairly impressed with the features I got for the price. However, neither stand lasted very long. Both stands suffered from stripped bases, lost rubber "feet" on the bases and the telescoping shaft tightener on one stand kept coming apart. This stand is good only for those who will factor in equipment replacement on a regular basis and those who don't use their stands very often and want a cheap stand more for looks. Oh well, at least it's pretty!

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1.0

What a peice of crap

By hardcoremusician234

from toledo, oh

OMG! the threading in the rod part of the stand stripped completely and now the thing doesn't work at all! not worth a dime.

 
1.0

Can't take the abuse

By RicheyRock

from Holland, MI

Threads at base failed. Stand became wobbley after feet fell off. This stand can't handle the day to day use of a gigging band. Better suited for a Karoke bar.

 
3.0

overall a good value

By Fallen Fireball

from Poolesville, MD

Overall it's a pretty good stand nut when faced with any kind of pressure like say lifting and pumping the stand it bends, which is a minus

 
3.0

Handle with care...

By Childsplay-x8JZt

from Townsend, DE

I have only owned this stand for three weeks and have only used it for recording applications. The shaft easily unscrews requiring constant tightening, which has led to the base being stripped. All other features seem sturdy. Not bad for the price...but should be handled with care.

 
1.0

junk

By Coley

from Tupelo, MS

Got it for Christmas and one day later the shaft is stripped.

 
2.0

cheap stuff

By docmike

from Discovery Bay, CA

You get what you pay for. wish this site would carry more premium stands.

 
5.0

Good stand

By Jim ConQueso

from West Bend, WI

I jump around quite a bit on stage, and this stand has stuck with me so far. Solid base construction. The inside is plastic, and that may wear out after awhile, but for $$, who cares?

 
1.0

This stand is crap!

By TM Bassist

from Minnesota

The threads where you put the stand in the base were stripped out and the stand wobbled since day one!

 
5.0

Bargain at blowout pricing

By Joe-UmDva

from Many, LA

My ratings in all area are based on a price to quality ratio. I bought them at the blowout pricing. Can't expect more for that price.Should work fine unless you subject your mic stands to cruel and unusual punishment.Now to address the problems others have posted which are legitimate, there are a couple of simple solutions which should produce a workable fix.1) Rubber base feet come off. Try some simple contact glue or silicon. Let dry/cure for 24 hours before using. Contact adhesive is less flexible than silicon. So if one doesn't work, try the other. Cost of glue or silicon-2.00 approx.2) Mic pole base threads strip out. Use some simple white pvc pipe thread tape to fill the thread gaps. Or for a permanent cure, use j-b weld or some other epoxy-type fix.Dope threads, insert pole, let cure 24 hours. Cost of epoxy-2.00 approx. Cost of thread tape-.50 cents approx.3)Also, be careful not to crossthread on initial setup. Both the base and thread have powder coat on them. This will come off after the first threading.4) Mic pole adjustment tensioner. This is made out of plastic. Do not overtighten. Simplely run up snug. Over torquing will not help and results in stripping the threads as with any type of plastic threads.As long as these are available, I can not justify spending any more money for this type of mic stand. Best deal going unless you can get them free. Also, quick shipment and good packaging get a 5 star rating. Thanks for the good deal.

 
5.0

Great stand, period!

By StratMan421-z_-IW

from Port Richey, FL

This stand is very stable due to its heavy iron cast base. It's solid-built, easily adjustible, very sturdy. You have to abuse it very badly to strip the threads or break anything on it. Seems like can last for decades, unless you're a some kind of insane punk. If that's the case, nothing will last long enough for you....

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