Quick Height Adjustable Keyboard Stand?


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When I play my Korg Grandstage 88 alone, I do so in a seated position, but I need to practice standing, for when I play with the band. is anyone aware of a quality "Quick Adjustable Height" keyboard stand? Thanks
 
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What you need is quick and sturdy for 88 keys. That rules out X stands and column style stands like the Ultimate line.

You should be looking at A Frame Style Stands and Z Stands.

I use a couple of Onstage KS-7365EJ stands which are Z-Style. Height adjustment involves simply loosening and tightening two knobs but I would never try and do that adjustment while the keyboard was resting on the stand. The stand would pretty much have to be empty to do that adjustment. Otherwise though, adjustment is pretty quick and painless and the stands themselves are solid as a brick outhouse. No wobble or shake even when hitting the keys with crescendo notes.



They're rated for 400 lb. max load capacity so you can fit ANY keyboard on one of these.

Gary ;)
 
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What you need is quick and sturdy for 88 keys. That rules out X stands and column style stands like the Ultimate line.

You should be looking at A Frame Style Stands and Z Stands.

I use a couple of Onstage KS-7365EJ stands which are Z-Style. Height adjustment involves simply loosening and tightening two knobs but I would never try and do that adjustment while the keyboard was resting on the stand. The stand would pretty much have to be empty to do that adjustment. Otherwise though, adjustment is pretty quick and painless and the stands themselves are solid as a brick outhouse. No wobble or shake even when hitting the keys with crescendo notes.



They're rated for 400 lb. max load capacity so you can fit ANY keyboard on one of these.

Gary ;)
Thanks so much. That seems like it will do the trick!
 

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