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Musician's Friend KS-35-3B Keyboard Stand
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Versatile A-frame keyboard stand lets you adjust the height and angle of your keyboards until they're just right for playing standing or seated. Incl...Click To Read More About This Product
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Versatile A-frame keyboard stand lets you adjust the height and angle of your keyboards until they're just right for playing standing or seated. Includes adjustment wrench. 3 tiers with 3 pairs of support bars. 48" wide. Perfect for multi-keyboard setups. Lightweight, easy to transport, with solid metal tubing. Outstanding value. Available in black. Weight capacity is 88 lbs. per tier. 54"H x 58"W.
- Vertical Poles = 55"
- Note: Actual height from center of bottom leg brace to top of vertical pole is 54" which is the true height for this stand.
- 3 lateral (tier) poles = 54" (measured from inside of each
- vertical pole) so actual true width on this stand is at 58" and these tiers are adjustable up and down to preferred height. (Typical spacing would be at 7" and 10").
- 2 fixed Support Bars on each of the 3 tiers = 16" length front to rear. Note: these support bars do not slide from side to side on the pole but do have 2 back and forth positions.
- 2 Leg Braces (front to rear/bottom of stand each side) true width = 26"
- Rear vertical poles connect at 2nd tear on rear of stand at 43" height.
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I'll keep this simple. Ask yourself the following questions and it'll become clear whether or not this is for you.*Can you afford a more expensive 3 tier stand?*Do you mind struggling for some time (30-60 mins) putting the stand together? *Will you ever need to move the stand?If you answered Yes to any of those questions this is probably not for you. :) Assembly is a bitch, it's nearly impossible to get all your keyboards lined up straight and in the right position/angle you want, and you'll never be able to move this thing for gigs. If that's ok with you, you can't get a 3 tier stand for less. Not even for 2x the price.
Recently purchased for home studio use. I use it to hold two Roland and made the top a shelf for other goodies (mixer, recorder, etc.)I have had no trouble assembling, it was quite easy (comes with a nice hex-tool!). It does take some time and effort to get the "feel" you want for each board, but that comes with use.My only complaint is the large footprint, otherwise, great product.
The greatest feature of this keyboard stand is that, with a little imagination, you can configure it any way you want it, exactly the way you want it. Mine is set up with two keyboards and a shelf on top that holds sheet music and a CD boom box - very handy!The worst feature is that, although it's made to be taken apart and put back together, which makes it theoretically mobile, it would be very nice to have roadies and plenty of time for the task. For a stationary studio setup, however, it would be hard to beat.The description states that it's 48" wide. That's a little misleading. It's actually about 52" wide, and will hold a 48" (or even 49") wide keyboard.Also, it's downright STABLE, especially since it's so big. I have to really pound on the keyboards to get any kind of movement at all.All in all, I'm very happy I chose this stand for use at home.
This stand works great. Very pleased with my purchase. Would not hesitate to buy another one.
This is a good stand but it would benefit greatly by replacing the plastic connectors with metal ones which would be more sturdy. It would also help if the clamps opened up so you would not need to take everything apart when you need to change something in the middle. Setting this stand up the first time takes a considerable amount of time. Once you do have it set up I think a-frames give you the most leg room and options for setting up your keyboards in different configurations.
So now i've been online and said "wow thats a good deal for a basic 3 tier keyboard stand, I think I'll grab that" ....it arrives. I'm writing this BEFORE I've managed to actually get it put together. Ok Granted its 49 bucks and they say that it used to be 200 bucks.....when though? ten years ago?Once I get it together i won't have to move the thing for months and months but I have to get that far first. The instructions are a badly photocopied piece of paper with a blurred diagram on it with very little clarity as to what goes where. There is NO list of how many parts should arrive (screws etc).Like someone else said...if you feel challenged and handyman-ish. Go for it.Now......where did I put my instant keyboard stand toolkit? oh thats right! there isn't one!