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Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand   

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Ultimate Support's tripod-base Amp-150 Genesis amp stand is extremely stable, holds up to 75 lbs, has 3 tilt angles, and its arms and legs fold up fo...Read More

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Compact, portable, and strong.

Ultimate Support's tripod-base Amp-150 Genesis amp stand is extremely stable, holds up to 75 lbs, has 3 tilt angles, and its arms and legs fold up for portability.

Mic Boom Attachment
There's no need to carry an additional mic stand when gigging with an AMP-150. There's a built-in mic boom attachment at the top of the height-adjustable stand! Just add your favorite boom arm (or a gooseneck) and microphone, and you're ready. Great for both live sound reinforcement or for recording in the studio.

Three-Position Tilt Stand
Featuring three tilt positions, you can aim your amp exactly where you need it when using an AMP-150 amp stand. You'll be able to hear high frequencies at much lower volume levels on stage and in practice, and the sound guy will have better control over FOH sound since your amp is no longer facing directly forward.

Stable and portable
The AMP-150 is one piece that quickly folds into an ultra compact, 3.5" x 18" unit. Take your stand anywhere and never lose parts again! And, the sturdy tripod base holds up to 75 lb. - it's the perfect addition to your small to mid-sized combo amp.

Patended leg-locking system
Genesis Series guitar and amp stands feature a unique, patented leg-locking mechanism. When setting up the stand, unlock the legs, unfold and lock the legs in place for worry-free stability and strength. When finished with the gig, unlock the legs, fold, and lock for easy, compact portability. The ingenious leg lock eliminates "floppy leg" syndrome.

The AMP-150 is one piece that quickly folds into an ultra compact, 3.5" x 18" unit. Take your stand anywhere and never lose parts again! And, the sturdy tripod base holds up to 75 lbs - it's the perfect addition to your small to mid-sized combo amp!


FEATURES
  • Holds up to 75 lbs.
  • 3 tilt angles
  • Folds for portability
  • Folded length: 18"

The right amp tilt can make a lot of difference. Order the Genesis Stand today.

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Ultimate SupportAmp-150 Genesis Amp Stand
 
2.4

(based on 38 reviews)

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Pros

  • Compact (4)
  • Portable (3)

Cons

  • Flimsy (3)

Best Uses

No Best Uses

Most Liked Positive Review

 

great stand, if you ask me...

I really don't know how anyone could break the "plastic" parts - what are you people doing, dropping them into chipper/shreders or something? I've had mine for several years, have...Read complete review

I really don't know how anyone could break the "plastic" parts - what are you people doing, dropping them into chipper/shreders or something? I've had mine for several years, have had LITERALLY no problem with it, and I love it's compactness - I fold it back up and tuck it into the back of my amp. The back support can be raised and lowered, and it has a nifty threaded tip with a locking nut (or whatever you call it) that you can either use to connect a gooseneck mic stand, or a lightweight equipment rack. (Even has a little clear rubbery cover for the threaded tip, to keep it from being damaged when not in use.)Love this stand, and I'm about to buy another one for the second amp I'm getting.

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DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!

I have had two of these stands... I have a 40lb amp that I use when I play. The pictures shown of this amp stand show it with a Twin Reverb...Read complete review

I have had two of these stands... I have a 40lb amp that I use when I play. The pictures shown of this amp stand show it with a Twin Reverb (80lbs). I returned the first stand that broke and they gave me a brand new replacement. The replacement broke in the exact same way the first one broke. The middle, rear, leg ends up slipping out of its hold... causing the amp to crash onto the floor. All I can say is it is a BAD BAD BAD design. This could be a great stand IF they would actually test the product before putting it on the market. Dont waste your money on this and just use a chair to set your amp in or lean it against the wall or something.

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1.0

Not up to the stated weight

By Oly

from Reading, UK

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Compact
  • Portable

Cons

  • Flimsy
  • Unstable

Best Uses

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    The stand worked great until I moved it around a few times and it just snapped in half. I was gentle with it and my amp shouldn't have been heavy enough to cause a problem. Not impressed, bin.

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    1.0

    Good Idea but Bad Quality

    By Geno

    from Mpls Metro

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    Pros

    • Compact
    • Holds Items Securely
    • Portable
    • Stable

    Cons

    • Plastic Parts Break

    Best Uses

    • Performances

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    This stand was lightly used and stored in the back of my Behringer GX212 when being transported.
    The plastic clamp on the upright support rod broke making the stand pretty much useless.

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    1.0

    junk

    By LaroldC

    from New England, USA

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Compact
    • Folds Up Easily
    • Portable

    Cons

    • Flimsy
    • Not Functional
    • Unstable
    • Very Cheaply Made

    Best Uses

    • Never Used It

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    Bought it used, really cheap, looked like new. I liked the mic boom attachment. However, as soon as I put my vintage tube amp on it - its plastic joints disintegrated. If I hadn't heard the crack and caught my amp it would have tumbled across the floor. My amp weighs about 50 lbs and this thing is supposedly rated for much more weight. Apparently the plastic parts don't age well. Avoid this thing, it's junk.

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    1.0

    DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!

    By guitar man

    from Nashville, TN

    About Me Professional Musician

    Pros

    • Compact

    Cons

    • Flimsy
    • Not Functional

    Best Uses

    • Junk Pile

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    I have had two of these stands... I have a 40lb amp that I use when I play. The pictures shown of this amp stand show it with a Twin Reverb (80lbs). I returned the first stand that broke and they gave me a brand new replacement. The replacement broke in the exact same way the first one broke. The middle, rear, leg ends up slipping out of its hold... causing the amp to crash onto the floor. All I can say is it is a BAD BAD BAD design. This could be a great stand IF they would actually test the product before putting it on the market. Dont waste your money on this and just use a chair to set your amp in or lean it against the wall or something.

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    1.0

    Poor Locking Mechanism

    By Jazz Man

    from Canada

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    Somewhat easy to work with and while it is rated for use with 75 pounds amps, after repeated use with my 40 pound amp, the back leg on my stand would no longer stay locked into position. Usless!
    Great concept but the leg locking mechanism (or nut) eventually wears out rendering the stand useless and unusable.
    Poor locking mechanism and seams to wear out quickly.
    Eventually rendered usless and unusable after frequent use,

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    (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    broke first time I used it

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    Used a 40 pound amp on the stand for the first time at church and it broke. Just holding the stand you can tell how cheap it is.

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    2.0

    Good Design, Terrible Quality

    By JazzMaster-DwaEE

    from New York City

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    I'll keep it brief. I like the design of the stand, with it's ability to mount your mic to it. However, the quality is beyond poor. Like others have stated, it you have a 1x8, 1x10 or an ultra light 1x12 then the stand is OK. I have gone through 3 of these and everyone of them broke within a month. I would not recommend this stand for a gigging musician.

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    5.0

    Good Product

    By UpstateTeleMan

    from Upstate New York

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    I've had this stand for about three years now, and I gig with it about once per month, and my Hot Rod Deluxe is on it all the time, as I leave it set up in our practice space, and I have not had any issues with it. I think it's a great product, and the mic adapter is really handy.

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    2.0

    weak

    By YadaYadaYada

    from in the K Y

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    If you play a 1x8 combo amp then this thing might work for you. I play a Mesa Boogie F-50 (a 1x12 combo) and this thing couldn't handle it. I am very careful how I treat all of my gear. The guys in the band make fun of me for being so picky. The little chunk of plastic in the center of the legs is just too weak. Good idea, terrible construction.

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    4.0

    Not for heavy amps

    By GP-GWhk5

    from Texas

    Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:

    This amp stand is great for smaller amps (with, say, just one 10 inch speaker. It is not good for my 50 lb Fender (though I still use it.) I tried to move it with the amp still tilted back...bad idea! It cracked on the plastic part. I did a decent repair job and it seems to be holding up ok. I still use it for the Fender because I don't have another tilt stand.

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