On-Stage KSA7500 Second Tier for Keyboard Stands
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- Add second keyboard to any keyboard stand with round or square tubing
- Can be stacked on top of a 2-tier stand making it a 3-tier stand
- Includes two "cork-style" end caps
- 36 Radial slots adjusts the angle of the 2nd tier and secure any position in place
- Telescoping stabilizer bar adjusts along w/ the width of your keyboard stand
- Universal mounting attachment fits into any 1" or 30mm round or square tubing
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 37.47 x 8.89 x 25.4 cm; 2.09 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 8 June 2020
- Manufacturer : On Stage
- ASIN : B0002E3DNU
- Item model number : KSA7500
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The On Stage Universal 2nd Tier keyboard stand attachment can be inserted into most X-style keyboard stands with round or square tubing. Then, a tightening knob expands the internal locking mechanism that secures the 2nd tier into position. A midpoint clutch featuring two disks with 36 inter-locking teeth lets you tilt the second tier to any position without worrying about slippage. The clutch is made with die-cast zinc adding strength to its grip on the user’s costly gear. An included stabilizer bar keeps the left and right tier members upright when it is properly assembled between the two members. An included telescoping stabilizer bar keeps the left and right tiers upright, it also adjusts the width with the 2nd tier.
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Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
I was very pleasantly surprised though! This extra tier fits very tightly and is extremely sturdy. I saw some bad reviews from people who said it collapsed, but I don't know how that could happen unless the whole stand collapsed or they greatly exceeded the weight limits. It's actually MORE sturdy than the second tier on my stand.
And here's the MAJOR benefit: I actually have two 2-tiered stands and a 1-tier stand, all from different manufacturers, and this fits on all 3! That means I can have any configuration of tiers that works for my current setup. This is some of the best money I've spent in a long time. I highly recommend this universal extra tier.
WARNING: I ordered two of these and was just about to order a 3rd, when I started looking at the reviews again. As I read them, I realized that there are two different models, and I actually have one of each. I never noticed this because one is on a Z stand and one is on an X stand.
It seems that On-Stage, maybe after all the bad reviews, updated their item and kept the same model number. I believe Amazon's photo is of the older version, where the posts connect to the back of the keyboard arms (and probably where the complaints about rust and broken welds come from). The new models connect the posts in the MIDDLE of the keyboard arms (see my photo from another seller). This gives a different experience when it comes to adjusting and how far away the new tier is from the player.
I have the back connector on the Z stand and the middle connector on the X stand and that works. If I switch them, the Z stand works okay with the mid connector (a little far away), but the X stand with the back connector does not work at all. The third tier hangs out further than the second, basically in line with tier 1.
I still love these. Mine work great in my studio with no problems at all. I'm not sure if I'm going to order my 3rd one from Amazon though since I have no idea what I'll get.
To clarify, if you have a platform-style keyboard stand, it MUST have 1" round/square tubing with openings on the back of your stand. An example of this is On-Stage's KS7150 Table Top Keyboard Stand. If you look at the keyboard stand picture I attached, you will see it has 1" square tubing that opens to the back side of the stand.
Hope this saves some people the confusion and trouble of trying to figure out if this will work with their keyboard stand.
Another problem that I have with the stand is that the positioning of the post that attaches to the keyboard holders is not towards the rear as it is shown in the pictures but rather in the middle. While this helps center the weight of the keyboard over the uprights it also increases the overall depth when it is added to the lower tier. While may not be an issue for some, I would prefer to have them towards the rear of the keyboard to save space and so that you don't have to reach as far over the lower tier keyboard.