Where would one get a good durable two-tier keyboard stand?
The only ones that seem to be available in Belfast are those X stands with a £10 extention.
I don't want one of those.
And how much am I looking at to get such a device?
Any help would be much appreciated.
Yes, Ciaran, you'll need to look at the "Mainland".
Buy a copy of Sound On Sound, and they carry the ads from all the makers of fine stands. Biggish bucks, tho.
Actually, I'll get a few web addresses and mail ya...OK?
I use "Quicklok" stands, which are rather expensive (like £100 or sthg, for a device which makes no noise! :-O ) but can stand having 60 kilos of clavinet and Jupiter 4 and stuff stacked on them, whilst ewe bash the keys very hard, and the stand barely shudders. They are also very modular and extendable.
I currently have two of these, both Z-frame ones with a central cross-beam, and angle-armed 2nd tier extensions.
They're probably best, as F1 says.
The only other place to try is Turnkey [url]http://www.turnkey.co.uk[/url]
That's mostly quiklok stuff too. Edited by: Eamonn P Keyes at: 1/2/03 7:16:51 pm