P125 Z Stand?


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Hi. Can anyone recommend a suitable Z stand for the P125? I know there is a furniture stand, but I need portability. I don’t like an X-Stand. Someone suggested the Roland KS10Z but it seems a bit of overkill, given that theP125 is fairly light and narrow. Any recommendations for a solid solution would be appreciated!
 
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Anything from Onstage or Quiklok would do the trick nicely. What's the depth dimension of your keyboard and how much does it weigh?

Cheaper options include some no name Z stands from China sold on Amazon and Ebay.


If your board weighs less than 35 lbs, and you don't plan to add a second tier, almost anything would do.

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Anything from Onstage or Quiklok would do the trick nicely. What's the depth dimension of your keyboard and how much does it weigh?

Cheaper options include some no name Z stands from China sold on Amazon and Ebay.


If your board weighs less than 35 lbs, and you don't plan to add a second tier, almost anything would do.

Gary ;)
It weighs 26 lbs and only 11.6 inches deep. Hmm, probably won’t need a second tier. Thanks!
 
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I had a Roland KS10, it would support an ocean going liner, grossly overkill for a P series.

I had my P series on a Hercules Z stand which is similar to an On Stage, it was like the Roland to big and heavy

Take a look at a table stand or a K&M 18810
 

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I'd say save a few bux and go with the Amazon No Names. They even have a few with wheels!!! Where the hell were those 15 years ago when I was looking at mobile platforms for my boards? :p

Gary ;)
 
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I had a Roland KS10, it would support an ocean going liner, grossly overkill for a P series.

I had my P series on a Hercules Z stand which is similar to an On Stage, it was like the Roland to big and heavy

Take a look at a table stand or a K&M 18810
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.
 
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I too can attest to owning two Onstage Two Tier Z Stands, but I cannot in all honesty attest to their portability as I've only moved them a handful of times over the years.

They break down quite compactly, but it definitely is a far more involved process than simply folding up a table stand or simple one tier Z.

For a single tier though, it should be doable in under 2 minutes with practice.

As for weight rating? I could rebuild a Toyota Engine Block on one of these things. No matter how hard I pound the keys, the boards never vibrate or jiggle.

Width is also independently adjustable from height, as it should be.

I have nothing but praise for them, but as I said, mine sit in a studio and never go anywhere.

Gary ;)
 

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