Third Tier

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    RotorOnTop

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    I'm wanting to purchase a keyboard stand with 3 tiers to support my three keyboards in the studio, I need to save space in there. Presently I'm using a 2 tier stand, and a single in a "L" layout. I found the "Standtastic" 3 tier stands, they look real functional. I wanted to check here to see if anyone has any other suggestions on a 3 tier stand. Thanks
    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/prod...h-TripleTier-Stand-with-Deluxe-Bag?sku=702313
     
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    Skot

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    I have a proline 3 tier, and It works very well and is very sturdy. I am sure the one you are looking at will be awesome as well.
     
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    it looks to be as good as anything else ive seen.....good choice
     
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    I use the Ultimate Support AX-48 and added an extra tier... works great. I actually have 3 of them. (I used to use 1 to hold 2 Roland A-70s, and 2 of them to hold a Fantom S-88 over a Peavey DPM-C8... an excellent controller, in my opinion, but heavy)
     
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    Suspect OP is on to his fifth tier by now.
     
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    Rayblewit Love Music / Love Life

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    Good one @CowboyNQ lol:D

    The OP is probably waiting patiently for suggestions and the good advice you guys usually offer.

    What a tardy lot you are.:eek:

    The poor old sod has suffered the last 10 years playing obsolete antiquated keyboards in anticipation of sound recommendations and options!

    He has probably not bothered anymore and moved on to Kazoo or Tin Whistle. Much less stressful!

    Ray

    btw . . where is middle C on the Kazoo?
     
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    Just noticed...’08
    I guess that’s why the first part of Doug is “Duh”...
     
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    Rayblewit Love Music / Love Life

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    Most of us have fallen for this . . Lol
    At the bottom of this page are "similar threads" many are old and we often gloss over the date because the content is relevant.
    Most of us are . ."Duh"!:eek: . We are all human. . . Unless you are a rat lol :D
    Ray
     
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    Certainly far easier to haul around.

    When we have our keyboard group sessions the recorder group also meet.

    For some reason they smile a lot seeing that we are man handling our kit whilst theirs is in their pocket.
     
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    Mate, soooo true.

    This is a pic of my stuff packed up for a tour a couple of years ago:

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    Unbelievably, I now have more gear than this due to the addition of a rack.

    Should have paid way more attention during recorder lessons in Year 7.
     
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