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Ultimate Support LIVE-SB Stackable Base Microphone Stand with One-Hand Height Adjustment
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The Ultimate Support LIVE-SB weighted base mic stand is designed with both live performance and post-gig storage in mind. Made of durable, anodized a...Click To Read More About This Product
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Smart base cutout design allows up to 6 stands to be stacked when not in use.
The Ultimate Support LIVE-SB weighted base mic stand is designed with both live performance and post-gig storage in mind. Made of durable, anodized aluminum tubing (1") this is a strong, ultra-lightweight stand that is perfect for lead singers who like to use the entire stage. When the show or practice is over, the mic stand's die-cast metal base has a cutout for stacking 6 stands onto 1 to save space on your tour bus, gig room, or on the stage for next time. The LIVE-SB microphone stand also has an improved one-hand ergonomic clutch for on-the-fly adjustments. Just squeeze the clutch to raise or lower the mic. The stand's top threads fit both US and metric threaded mic clips and accessories. The LIVE-SB microphone stand adjusts from 45.3" to 74.8".
- Ergonomic, one-hand clutch”simply squeeze to raise or lower mic
- Patented universal mic attachment with top threads that fit U.S. and metric threaded mic clips and accessories
- Aluminum construction
- Die-cast, triangular-shaped weighted base with cutout for stacking (up to 6)
- Limited lifetime warranty
The LIVE-SB is a wise choice for gigging musicians. Order today!
- Height adjustment: 44.5" - 74"
- Tube diameter: 1"
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Comments about Ultimate Support LIVE-SB Stackable Base Microphone Stand with One-Hand Height Adjustment:
Grip takes waaay too much pressure to release, inconsistent sliding force on the stand, minimum stand height too high for saxophone players, weighs significantly more than the original I bought 16yrs ago and loved it (the original), light, effortless to use... someone at Ultimate Support Engineering messed it up....