On-Stage Stands WS8540 Heavy-Duty T-Stand (Medium-format)Item ID: WS8540
Heavy-duty 1-tier Keyboard Stand - T-style
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This is a portable, heavy-duty, and height-adjustable single-tier keyboard stand. Can hold up to 300 lbs, and folds to a convenient T-shape for easy transport.
Heavy-duty T-style Keyboard Stand Features:
T-style Keyboard Stand - Support your heavy keyboards!
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Reviewsbased on 5 reviews
Worth the little cash it costs
by John from Arroyo Grande, CaExcillent stand and due to design will support all odd designs of synths/piano. Use it on a Korg M3_88 and it has an open back frame but the stand configures perfectly to adjust and support the big gu... read more [+]y firmly.
May 27, 2010
Music Background: player/composer
very well made close [-]
Nearly Perfect Keyboard/Equipment Stand
by Terry from Nashville, TN USAThese stands are fantastic. Provides a sturdy, compact, flat surface for small audio consoles, equipment racks or digital pianos/keyboards in a studio. Very easy to use and adjust while not loaded. ... read more [+] Minor drawbacks to this stand are:
February 1, 2013
Music Background: Music/Audio Professional
1) Width/depth - For beefy 88-key keyboards on stage, or larger audio consoles, you'd probably want to go with its big brother, the WS8550. Of course, that's why they have two options in this design.
2) Lack of expandability - I believe there were some available attachments/extensions for a 2nd tier and other options when QuikLok manufactured this design. But from what I can tell, this design is currently limited to single tier applications.
If a width/depth adjustable model that maintained stability, and offered optional attachements like a 2nd tier, laptop holder, etc., that would warrant my 5-star rating. But I have absolutely NO complaints with this stand. close [-]
One nice stand!
by Eric Hause from Upstate New YorkThis stand does what it was intended to do. It is easy to set up, has nice adjustments, and is very solid. I use it to hold my 6 space rack and for that, it works great!
June 14, 2012
Music Background: Pro Musician / Worship Leader
Great Idea. Poor quality
by fromThe plastic end pieces on the legs all fell out, the thumb button for height adjustment broke and the legs no longer stay in the frame. However, the frame itself works nicely. Luckily it is the right... read more [+] height for me. I threw the legs out and just use the T frame. close [-]
May 17, 2012
OnStage WS8540 stand
by Custer-dome from LA, CACan you say, "Made In China"? OK, we all buy products made in China and don't have problems with most of them, but recent news has made me wonder! To be fair, OnStage generally makes decent products... read more [+], but when I opened the box and removed the stand, as soon as I extended one leg, the metal button-stop used for leg-height-adjustment broke off (it cannot be re-attached - they use a cheap spot-weld). I pictured this scenario happening with my expensive rack gear perched atop the stand and suffice it to say it was not a comforting feeling. Fortunately Sweetwater came to the rescue and offered to overnight me a replacement leg (you guys rock!). However, the fact that a warranty was nowhere to be found (not on the box or in the box nor on the OnStage website) does not inspire confidence in this company. I guess I'll take my chances with the replacement leg, but buyer beware! close [-]
August 15, 2007
Music Background: Pro
Johlene, Richmond, KY