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On-Stage Stands KS7291 Double Stand  

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The On-Stage Stands KS7291 double stand is great for keyboards and provides stability and durability while you're playing....Read More

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The On-Stage Stands KS7291 double stand is great for keyboards and provides stability and durability while you're playing.


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On-Stage StandsKS7291 Double Stand
 
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5.0

A good sturdy keyboard stand

By JamesWJ

from Michigan

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Pros

  • Easily adjustable
  • Holds Items Securely
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Amateur Recording
    • Events
    • Home Studio
    • Performances
    • Professional Recording

    Comments about On-Stage Stands KS7291 Double Stand:

    Okay, first things first. The stand pictured is NOT the KS7291. It is the KS7191. The difference is the clutch for adjusting the height (see the On-Stage web site for an explanation of the three clutch types they use on their keyboard stands).

    The KS7191 has the "bullet nose" clutch adjustment while the KS7291 has the "ergo-lok" clutch with a "trigger" release located up near the keyboard suport beams (which is easier to adjust than the bullet-nose clutch).

    That is the only real difference, as far as I know, between the two models.

    The KS7291 is easy to adjust and quite study. It is also rather heavy (which is not a bad thing.

    I must say that I am NOT a keyboard player (which is why I listed myself as a novice...I have played other instruments for well over 30 years) but, I recently bought the Casio CTK-6250 and I wanted a good sturdy stand for it. The On-Stage KS7291 is study and stable.

    I have seen a review of this stand that says it's only good if you play standing up.

    Unless you are using it with a VERY short keyboard this is in no way true.

    I can sit in the recliner in my living room and have it adjusted to a height that is comfortable.

    This is a repost of my original review because I could not edit types in the original post.

    Based on my experience thus far with my stand, I would guess that the KS7191 is just as sturdy as the KS7291. The biggest difference is the clutch machanism. They are otherwise constructed the same.

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    5.0

    A good sturdy keyvaird stand

    By JamesWJ

    from Michigan

    About Me Novice

    Ask me a question

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Easy to adjust
    • Stable

    Cons

    • Heavier Than I Expected
    • None that I can see

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about On-Stage Stands KS7291 Double Stand:

    Okay, first things first. The stand pictured is NOT the KS7291. It is the KS7191. The difference is the clutch for adjusting the height (see the On-Stage web site for an explanation of the three clutch types they use on their keyboard stands).

    The KS7191 has the "bullet nose" clutch adjustment while the KS7291 has the "ergo-lok" clutch with a "trigger" release located up near the keyboard suport beams (which is easier to adjust than the bullet-nose clutch).

    That is the only real difference, as far as I know, between the two models.

    The KS7291 is easy to adjust and quite study. It is also rather heavy (which is not a bad thing.

    I must say that I am NOT a keyboard player (which is why I listed myself as a novice...I have played other instruments for well over 30 years) but, I recently bought the Casio CTK-6250 and I wanted a good sturdy stand for it. The On-Stage KS7291 is study and stable.

    I have seen a review of this stand that says it's only good if you play standing up.

    Unless you are using it with a VERY short keyboard this is in no way true.

    I can sit in the recliner in my living room and have it adjusted to a heigh that is comfortable.

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