Ultimate Support JS-MPS1 JamStands Series Multi-Purpose Keyboard/Mixer Stand
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- Product Dimensions : 25.4 x 43.18 x 78.74 cm; 453.59 Grams
- Date First Available : 21 May 2020
- Manufacturer : Ultimate Support
- ASIN : B002AT4UJQ
- Item model number : JSMPS1
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Sometimes you have a piece of gear that just doesn't fit neatly onto a standard stand. That's why we have the Multi-purpose Keyboard/Mixer Stand. Big enough and strong enough to support large mixers, 88-note keyboards, DJ gear, and more, you won't know how you ever gigged without it. The heavy-duty flat top stand provides a sturdy platform, and the legs telescope to your perfect height setting.
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The overall design and construction on this unit is pretty shoddy, amateurish welds covered by black spray paint, legs badly out of alignment etc... Had it all worked I still would never have trusted it to hold up my Kawai stage piano. I should have known better, but was suckered by the price.
While the stand isn't perfect (what is perfection, and what cost does it come at), it is by far the best platform for a heavy keyboard like the Extreme88, or oversized gear cases I'm sure I could probably use this in place of the screw-in Fender Rhodes legs those pianos favored, although I might consider permanently mounting this stand to the Rhodes case itself, since it has fold-out legs. Would definitely have to find the right balance point under the Rhodes, but the idea is definitely possible.
With respect to the comments from other buyers regarding the top surface being smooth metal (no bumpers, cushions, or other protective material) - I plan to either use rubberized shelf liner, or recycle a yoga mat and attach it with silicon glue to the top frame, or use some other appropriate material with the proper bonding agent. Not entirely sure whether I would apply the material to the entire frame surface, or parts of the frame where the keyboard would rest.