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Roland Pro Folding Keyboard Stand
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The KS-PRO-K stand provides a stable foundation for all types of keyboards, and works equally well for supporting DJ gear, mixers, racks, and more. T...Click To Read More About This Product
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High weight capacity, folds compactly.
The KS-PRO-K stand provides a stable foundation for all types of keyboards, and works equally well for supporting DJ gear, mixers, racks, and more. The dual aluminum columns provide impressive weight capacity and are fully adjustable for standing or sitting positions. Cable management clips are also included for a clean look on stage or in the studio. Highly portable, the KS-PRO-K folds down into a compact size for easy transport with the included carrying bag.
High-strength aluminum columns
Stand arms extend for different gear sizes
Folding legs and arms for easy portability
Nylon carrying bag included
Add a second tier with the optional KS-PRO-2T
Weight capacity: 200 lbs./90 kg
Lightweight, compact and yet rugged. order today.
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- Able to fold up and stick inside included bag
- Heavy Duty, Design unlike any stand I have seen!
- Plastic height locking system
- Wish they thought more on the 2 tier attachment
- For heavy keyboards on the road or in studio
Comments about Roland Pro Folding Keyboard Stand:
So being a long time musician, I have been through many keyboard stands and have pretty much tried them all. My favorite was always the Ultimate Apex stands. I have 2 of them and they have lasted for many years. I got a new Korg and thought I would try a new stand. None of them stood out except this Roland stand. With absolutely no reviews or information online anywhere, it was like a shot in the dark but I pulled the trigger. Got it and I must say, this thing is a beast. Claims to hold 200 lbs and I believe it. The stand it's self is pretty impressive. It goes from sit down height to standing with ease and higher that I would imagine so it would work for extremely tall players. The main design flaw I see on this base is that the levers that snap in have plastic nubs to act as pins to lock into the holes once you set the height of the stand. Relying on plastic to hold up the weight that might go on this thing doesn't give me a warm and fuzzy feeling but we will see I guess. My main gripe about this stand is the 79 buck second tier attachment. It has many design flaws like locking pins being so close to the tightening knobs that the knob hits the pins. Wow talk about a major design flaw. Not sure what they were thinking. It has pins and knobs all over it everywhere but the part that hooks to the base stand. The only thing connecting it to the base stand is plastic elbows with tightening knobs. Seems very unstable to me. I would expect something to join them together at the top but nope, just 2 individual pieces which contributes to it's unstable feel. The 2nd tier claims to hold up to 40 pounds yet my organ which is pushing it at 38lbs feels like it might break it. Very disappointed in the 2nd tier which in my opinion for the price of the base stand, should have come with the stand all together. I plan on doing a YouTube review on this since there isn't one out there yet when I get some time.
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