Takes about 20 to set up and if time permits, is a great stage option given its sturdiness and unencumbered appeal. Noted for its strong built, is also ideal for holding laptops or mixers. Appreciated by experienced musicians for its overall construction quality.
While we love the stand's solid manufacturing, some customers would prefer a lighter option.
Features smart design touches including adjustments at the base of the stand's legs that better secure your keyboard on a variety of surfaces. Comfortable to use by musicians of all levels. Accommodates oversized keyboards and allows for pedal space as well.
The top platform may need an additional protective layer, such as padding, to prevent keyboard scratches.
Adjusts easily whether you stand or sit as you play. Works best for stationary keyboards that aren't moved often. Customers note the strong scissor stance that sits wider than other options, allowing for more freedom of movement.
The safety straps are a nice feature, however they don't reach all keyboards, leaving some unsecured.
Complex, yet enhances performance and studio needs in terms of space and added features. Accommodates keyboards with 88 keys. Tiered structure holds multiple keyboards. Excellent option for a professional home studio with its adaptive construction.
Some reviews suggest the stand is not symmetrical when adjusted into its Z shape.
Known to maintain its structure for years at a time. Customers note that even full-sized keyboards sit securely on top. Attractively priced and makes for an impressive gift for the musician in your life.
One of the few options with both a stand and bench, however the bench is not adjustable.
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