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Quik-Lok Three Tier Heavy Duty X Keyboard Stand   

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This heavy-duty, double-brace "X" keyboard stand from Quik-Lok features a height- and tilt-adjustable 2nd and 3rd tier and holds up to 3 keyboards. ...Click To Read More About This Product

Available 02-01-2017

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Triple-duty keyboard stand for total stability and control.

This heavy-duty, double-brace "X" keyboard stand from Quik-Lok features a height- and tilt-adjustable 2nd and 3rd tier and holds up to 3 keyboards.

  • Leg depth: 26"
  • Main tier depth: 17-9/10
  • 2nd & 3rd tier depth: 12"
  • 2nd & 3rd tier angles: 90, 81, 72, 63, 54
  • Folded height: 40-2/5"
  • Overall weight capacity: 265 lb.
  • 2nd tier weight capacity: 60 lb.
  • 3rd tier weight capacity: 60 lb.
  • Weight: 24 lb.
  • Brace tube size: 30 mm x 30 mm

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Quik-LokThree Tier Heavy Duty X Keyboard Stand

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Fits Where Others Don't

By Greg Midi

from Cedar Rapids, IA

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  • Compact
  • Holds Items Securely
  • Low price
  • Portable
  • Stable


  • Requires Modification

Best Uses

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

Comments about Quik-Lok Three Tier Heavy Duty X Keyboard Stand:

I was a little apprehensive about this purchase after reading some of the reviews but I was looking for a 3 tier stand that would save some space on tight stages. This stand doesn't have the adjustment flexibility of the Standtastic but also doesn't require any tools, wing nuts, sets up quicker and saves 7" in depth.

This stand is actually well built sturdy construction, however, you'll need some "fabrication" skills. It's true that the tiers may not level up properly but once you set your keyboards on the tiers you can grab ahold of the stand and it's tough enough that you can use some force to bent it into a more level shape.

So I won't use this stand at every gig, however, it has some advantages when you get to a place where space is tighter.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)


The second tier is its weak link

By The Beast With Five Fingers

from Fresno, CA

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  • Portable


  • Flimsy
  • Not Functional
  • Unstable

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording

Comments about Quik-Lok Three Tier Heavy Duty X Keyboard Stand:

The boards (from bottom tier to top) I bought this stand for are a Yamaha SX8, Hammond XK3, and Roland JV1000. I wanted this arrangment because I'm used to it and also to keep the bulk of the weight as low as possible. I bought this stand for home use only, there's NO WAY I could EVER use this stand on a gig. Even with everything set as low as I could get it (I always sit when I play) it still was very unstable. To have this stand elevated to playing while standing up is inviting certain disaster. I ended up having to put the Hammond on top, the middle tier was not deep enough to accept it. Make sure you measure the depth of the board you plan to put on the center tier. Because the Hammond outweighs the Roland, the whole arrangement is now top heavy. There is also too much space between all three boards, I like my keyboards tucked in tight together, this stand makes me reach half way to the ceiling to get to the Hammond on top. This stand is not as fully adjustable as we are led to believe. There's not enough space here for details, but once you get it home and set up you'll see what I mean. I also have the same three tier version of this stand in the On Stage brand, missing the top tier (like that when I got it). The toothed discs are of the same size and design, but are arranged differently, they look like they are set up to be more flexable, I'm going to do some part swapping to see if I can get it more to my likeing. If not, the Quik Lok's going back. The alignment problem with the discs is solved, all moving parts matched up well. I restore vintage sports cars for a living, I might not have the eye of a machinist, but I do have an eye for detail. To sum it up, even with everything set to its maximum lowest, it's still too tall, and the second tier won't accept a deep board. I also like the little "trigger" on the upper main X frame of the On Stage, it's way easier and faster to set up than the push/pull gadget on the Quik Lok down where the main pivot point is on the X. I tried to buy a top tier for the On Stage, but the On Stage people told me it was not available. That was also a major disapointment, as to why I had to buy the Quik Lok. I couldn't find a new On Stage three tier stand sold anywhere. The only defense I can offer about this stand is that I think ANY x style stand that holds three boards is going to be somewhat unstable. I have a friend that does custom welding, and since this is for home use only, I may have him design and fabricate a stand that holds everything the way I want it to, from thick materials, built solid as a tank, and will not move or flex no matter how hard I dig in when I play. I'm afraid to really jam hard on this stand, the top two boards would shake themselves right off thier tiers. I was being very generous by giving it one star. It really deserves a zero star rating. When I first got this stand home, I COULDN'T WAIT to get it set up and start playing. After seeing how terrible it positioned my boards, I just got discusted, lost all interest in hooking up the boards and playing, and just called it a night. Win some lose some, this stand's a loser.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Its great

By ian geideman

from Cleveland, OH

Comments about Quik-Lok Three Tier Heavy Duty X Keyboard Stand:

Im semi pro and i dont wanna spend a fortunte for a stand, so I got this and its really nice for the money
very flexible
very light weight
folds up real small for gigging
Its definitely sturdy, as for the alignment, it is slightly off, but other people won t notice, it doesn t affect my playing, it doesn t really bother me, I m a machinist so I can tell it s off
great stand for the price, you will be very happy if you buy this

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)


Abandon all hope, ye who buy this...

By Michael Blue

from IL

Comments about Quik-Lok Three Tier Heavy Duty X Keyboard Stand:

I bought one of these because I was expanding my studio and needed more stand space, but "up" and not "out", due to studio space. Sure, it seems like it should be sturdy, decent materials, etc...BUT, none of the parts were the same size as their counterparts on the other side AND none of the "toothed" discs were aligned prior to being welded on...There simply is NO WAY to use this as a stand if you care one bit about your equipment. Nothing will be level, nothing will be stable, nothing will be safe or secure. Run, don't walk, and if you're looking at 3-tiers, I'd recommend the Standtastic. Twice the money, 100Xs the value.

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