On Stage KS7365EJ Stands Pro Heavy-Duty Folding-Z Keyboard Stand with 2nd Tier

(1 customer review)

£123.99

• Holds two keyboards yet folds into a space smaller than most keyboard cases
• Front bumpers adjust/rotate to accommodate the height of your keyboard.
• Height adjusts with 8 line-it-up adjustment marks
• Width adjustments from 21”-37”
• Holds 55-key keyboards in the compact position and up to 88-keys at its maximum width

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Truly professional. Truly heavy-duty. This stand allows for independent height and width adjustments and can hold 2 keyboards, yet folds into a space smaller than most keyboard cases. It was created with the help of some of the most discriminating keyboard professionals in the world, and now any musician can get on stage with this impressive stand!

Applications: DJ, Mixer and Keyboards; Independent Height Width Adjustments: Stand Height Adj.: 24”-38”; Stand Width Adj.: 21”-37”; First Tier Depth: 16.5”; 2nd Tier Height Adj.: 5”-12” (above first tier); 2nd Tier Angle Adj.: 10 increments; 2nd Tier Depth: 16.25”; Construction: All-welded ; Structural Tubing: 1” x 2”; Centre Box Tubing: ¾”; Weight Capacity: 400 lbs. Weight Capacity, 2nd Tier: 60 lbs. Padding: Black Velveteen Rubber

• Holds two keyboards yet folds into a space smaller than most keyboard cases
• Front bumpers adjust/rotate to accommodate the height of your keyboard.
• Height adjusts with 8 line-it-up adjustment marks
• Width adjustments from 21”-37”
• Holds 55-key keyboards in the compact position and up to 88-keys at its maximum width

Additional information

Weight 10000 g
gtin

659814298860

Part number

KS7365EJ

Brand

MPN

KS7365EJ

1 review for On Stage KS7365EJ Stands Pro Heavy-Duty Folding-Z Keyboard Stand with 2nd Tier

  1. PeterL (verified owner)

    Brilliant stand. Pretty easy to set up. It comes with instructions although it is possible to set it up just by looking at the picture of the stand on the box. Almost all of the stand is very solid and quality. It comes with strips of padding for the keyboards to sit on which you have to stick on to the arms (or whatever they’re called) yourself.
    I have just two bits of criticism for it. It shakes a little at its “ankles”, where its legs meet its feet, because those two areas aren’t quite built like the rest of it; the design of its ankles is snap or click-together. I’m not sure if its ankles could be made more solid somehow, like by tightening a screw. And the stand has a bit of likelihood to tip backwards so you just have to be careful to not push it backwards too much. Other than that, it is beautiful and I’d probably recommend it over the Hercules Autolock Z Stand which I’ve seen for myself and think is a bit less solid; it has a bit more shimmy and shake. After seeing the Hercules stand, sending it back and now seeing this, I’ll stick with this.

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