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The UMI Precision Trombone Stand is one of the most stable instrument stands available. Designed to fit all...
Folds for easy transport.
Fibreglass reinforced plastic base. Foldable legs. Adjustable plastic peg. Non-marring height-adjustment...
The Hercules DS420B TravLite In-Bell Trombone Stand offers a sturdy stand that fold up to be stored in the...
The Mainline stands represent one of the best deals in trombone stands. They feature a tubular design that...
Adjusts to fit the width of your side braces!
High-tech plastic stand neatly folds and fits in the bell of your trumpet/cornet when on the go.
Patented wide base trombone stand. Gradual height-adjustment. Black plastic peg with felt pads to protect the...
Every instrument deserves a good stand, and that naturally includes the trombone. After all, there are plenty of times that you'd like to put the instrument down without having to pack it back up in the case, and at the same time, you don't want to take your chances setting it just anywhere. A stand is the perfect go-to place for keeping your trombone between plays. Trombone stands are collapsible and fold up nicely to put in the car or van, which is great if you're traveling with a band. You can take your stand on the road, set it up where you'll be playing, and have a sturdy place to keep the instrument where it'll be ready to pick up whenever you need it. A stand is also just as good in the studio as it is on the stage, especially for sessions with multiple instruments to record: you can have everything on its respective stand, and swap quickly to play one instrument after another.
Around the house, a trombone stand is the perfect way to display a collectible instrument or to outfit a music room, keeping the trombone at your fingertips for quick play. It's a lot more accessible than when it's packed away in a case.
Most of these trombone stands are in-bell models, which are built with curved supports to fit the inside of the instrument's bell to hold it upright. While the base cones are made out of materials and coverings designed not to scratch the bell, you can add some extra peace of mind with an accessory cover like the microfiber Hamilton bone sock for its KB510 and KB952 stands. As an alternative mounting option, consider a stand like the Hercules DS520B, which holds the trombone by the braces instead of by the bell.
Whichever stand you choose, you can be sure that it will be a practical and handy way to always have your trombone prepared to play. They're portable enough to take on the road when you need them and solid enough to pull daily duty in the house or studio, making them a valuable addition to your collection of gear and accessories.