I was looking at that Roland stand before I got the onstage Ks7350. (I recommends it’s been very sturdy with my Juno ds88.)
I was surprised that even though the Roland weighs more than the onstage it actually is rated to hold a lot less weight.
I’ve been looking at the Kawai MP11SE as a practice instrument. I have a kawai 52” upright acoustic and a Juno ds88 for silent practice.
I’m finding a difference in the way I play between the two and thinking the Juno although weighted, may not be ideal to practice properly.
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I’m in the US. driver shortages here too. In fact we have a shortage of workers in general because people have been getting money for the government for not working.
People don’t want to go back to work. It’s crazy. Some stores and restaurants in my area have closed because they can’t find workers.
I think the key is you need an instructor to watch you play so they can correct your form.
I take lessons now with my teacher via iPad/face time and it works well. I used to take in person before COVID. She can see everything I’m doing. I don’t feel any disadvantage with the virtual lessons...
This time just domestic but we are planning to do international soon. I can only imagine.
I was also thinking about hotel room theft it I guess you can’t worry about everything.
that’s why I want to take a small inexpensive keyboard so I won’t fret if something happens to it.
Thanks for all the suggestions. I have no idea how traveling is with an instrument but I guess any of these that would easily go in the overhead would be no hassle.
I certainly don’t want to check a gator case with my 88 key Juno.
Just wondering what everyone does when on vacation. Do you take a portable keyboard?
I’ve been looking at a folding keyboard because I think flying with an 88 keyboard would be troublesome and expensive.
I don’t want to take a long break from practice.
We usually do a couple of two week trips...