On-Stage KS7365EJ Pro Heavy-Duty Folding-Z Keyboard Stand with 2nd Tier
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- 2nd tier is removable. Features a tilting angle adjustment and independent height adjustments
- Height adjustments with line-it-up adjustment marks
- Width adjustments from 21 inches - 37 inches. Holds 55-key keyboards in the compact position and up to 88-keys at its maximum Width
- Folds flat for storage and travel!
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 70.49 x 11.43 x 64.77 cm; 13.38 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 20 May 2020
- Manufacturer : On Stage
- ASIN : B0002F6JH6
- Item model number : MUS KS7365EJ
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The On Stage folding Z keyboard stand is truly professional - truly heavy-duty. This stand allows for independent height and width adjustments just like the KS7350 but can hold 2 keyboards and folds into a space smaller than most keyboard cases. Created with the help of some of the most discriminating keyboard professionals in the world, Now any musician can get onstage with this impressive stand!.
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While this stand is very stable and good for studio use where you'll be configuring it and leaving it set up for a while, I do not recommend it for gigging or dragging to practice sessions unless you have a roadie to set it up for you (ha!). There are too many knobs to loosen/remove, and too many pieces to carry and re-adjust each time you set it up. It gets tiresome after just a couple times of going through the break-down & set up process.
A major complaint is that the vertical height adjustment for the lower keyboard does not allow the key bed of, say, a Nord Stage 2, to be set at standard piano height. (That's about 28.25" from floor to top of white keys.) This is important if you plan to sit at a standard piano bench height. With this stand at its lowest height adjustment, my Nord key bed was about 32" from the floor. That's OK for playing while standing, but not great while sitting. So I needed to modify their design by marking then drilling four additional adjustment holes (using a 1/4" drill bit), spacing the holes one-inch apart, above the holes that were already there. (This is on the diagonal of the "Z".) I have the tools and skills needed to do this, but I can see it being a deal-breaker for those who won't bother with such modifications.
My final nit-pick is that I wish the stand had a softer edge for part of the "Z" the rests on the floor. Call me a Bohemian, but at home I usually wear socks but no shoes (I know -- scandalous!). Accidentally stepping on the edge of this stand is a real pain-in-the-foot! If the front of the floor piece was tapered/rounded or even had a slip-on rubber-ish cover, it would be less painful.
Overall, for its price, this is a sturdy, adjustable stand, but it could be greatly improved with just a couple of minor design changes.
Couple of problems though -
First problem was - the top of the Z stand is not symmetrical - there is a left and a right part in the assembly of this. I got two right parts and as such the hole on that side would not line up for the welded nut while attaching the riser. I puzzled around with this for a while, figuring I was missing something in the assembly sequence, but nope. It ships partially assembled and I got two 'right' top Z rails. What to do? I could pack it all back up and return it - or - lay out and drill a new hole. I chose the latter. With that done I was able to complete the basic assembly.
Knowing how to mark and drill holes in steel would come in handy again as -
Second problem is the stand is not drilled to sit low enough. Not sure how this got by the design team. I am 6'3" and the hight of my 88 was about three inches too high when set to the lowest pre-drilled setting. Time to drill again - and again, no big deal - just annoyed that I had to.
The last nit is there was a good sized ding in the end of the square top tube facing me as seated. It had to happen in the factory - as there were zero marks in the packaging to indicate it was shipping related. It gouged the rubber plug and left a sharp bur on the facing edge of that top tube. Solution was to pull the plug and file off the bur - again, not a big deal.
Perhaps mine was made and assembled on a Wednesday but -
IF you don't have a drill, some files, and some skills working metal - you may want to think about this purchase.
if you do - then once you are done - It is an heavy duty solid stand.
The stand arrived on time, packaging had no damage on the exterior. Assembly was easy, adjustments are plentiful for height and width. Bottom tier is flat, top tier can be angled and has adjustable stops to keep the keyboard from sliding forward. There is about 16 inches space on each tier, eight pieces of peel-and-stick padding is included to apply to both tiers if needed. The base on this stand came with rubber feet, keeps the stand from sliding around if moderately bumped, doesn't wobble at all (compared to the 1-foot, 20-second sway of the x-stand, yeah, I hadda get my keyboards off that thing or chain it to the wall!) on a level floor.
As a keyboard stand, no miracles expected from it, no need to take a hacksaw to it. Just the Hammer, 88. I find the height adjustment and the ability to position each keyboard listed to be satisfactory for my level of playing. A fine improvement. Very satisfied with this purchase.