On-Stage Stands Lok-Tight Pro Double-X ERGO-LOK Reviews4.0/5.0 based on 15 customer reviews
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from Hixson, TN
April 5, 2013Music Background:
This stand is the best I have ownedI have owned several keyboard stands over the years, and for the stage pianos, this is the most sturdy I have ever owned.
I have 2 setups , one where I play at a club 6 nites a week and at home. I bought this for the stage setup, but liked it so much, decided to keep it at home for my Yamaha CP33 piano.I will be buying another for the club.
Great stand for a good price and Sweetwater shipped it to me almost overnight.
from Sacramento, CA
November 27, 2012Music Background:
On-Stage Stands Lok-Tight Pro Double-X KS8291XXVery durable and easy to adjust. Great for traveling.
September 15, 2012Music Background:
Thumbs up!Works great and easily mobile!
from McLean, VA
January 4, 2013Music Background:
Hobbyist for 46 yrs
Heavy duty keyboard standI needed a keyboard stand. This is better than I expected, the cross members are strong. Holds keyboard securely and is height adjustable.
December 18, 2012Music Background:
The instructions are stupidThe instructions are not very good. You will, more than likely put it together wrong. Buy it preassembled. It's a GREAT stand.
June 26, 2012Music Background:
It worksEasy as it should be. Works Great.
from El Cajon, CA
April 15, 2012Music Background:
Excellent StandTired of having your fingers pinched off while setting up your stand? Here is your solution. The clutch adjustment is awesome and completely solves the usual problems with these x-type stands. It is worth the extra money to get it. Easy to assemble as well.
January 9, 2012Music Background:
Heavy Duty; Poor InstructionsThis is a very solid, heavy, heavy duty stand. However, the set up instructions are a joke. There is no indication of where the release lever is and even in spite of following the instructions, I put the stand together wrong the first time and had to take it apart because it is easy to place the outside uprights in the inside as there is no instruction on this issue. The stand itself is as solid as anyone could ask for.
from Cleveland, Ohio
March 11, 2010Music Background:
Gigging, touring, and recording Keyboardist of 10+ years
After years of abuse...here's my reviewI've put this stand through its paces. 2 years including multiple local shows, recording sessions, home set-up, rehearsals, touring, and probably a few other abuses/uses I'm not thinking of.
I use this stand to support my Yamaha S-80, a fully weighted 88-key synth. I occasionally use the 2nd tier for a triton extreme.
2 selling points for me right off the top-
1. It adjusts down to a piano-like level. An ultimate stand I had wouldn't go quite low enough and others I looked at had the same problem.
2. The trigger is where it's at. I've had other stands with various locking mechanisms- the trigger is fast and secure, easily adjustable on the fly....very nice.
It's taken all the banging, dragging and hauling around I've dished at it. It works great.
The only drawbacks I could think of would be a bit of nit-picking: the 2nd tier stand is a little bit of a pain to put on. And a pain to haul without messing it up. And it makes the 2nd tier keyboard come out further over the 1st tier keyboard more than I'd prefer. But it works well.
The best stand I've ever used.
Ken Rich Sound Services Inc.
from Van Nuys California
June 25, 2011Music Background:
Vintage keyboard service and repair
Great StandI use the stands in my shop to line up repair and service work. The handle adjust make it perfect for my usage and I don't have to bend down to adjust the height
from United States
December 27, 2011Music Background:
Sturdy, But Surprisingly Hard to AssembleThe stand itself is great. I would give it a 4.5 if it hadn't been so woefully mislabeled that the assembly took over 30 minutes. Color coded stickers are supposed to indicate where the base and the legs join. Not so in my case.
That Piano Guy
from Boston, MA
April 12, 2012Music Background:
Piano, Vocalist, Ukulele, Guitar, Bass, French Horn, Alto Sax, Hobbyist/Student
Lowest Setting = Not Low EnoughSo I bought this stand for use with my recently purchased (from Sweetwater!) Yamaha P95. I've played piano for about 18 years now and I normally play sitting down and I must say that if you plan to use this stand with a keyboard to simulate playing on a piano (while seated) -- think again! The lowest setting for this stand was NOT low enough to play comfortably sitting down. I bought a drum throne to sit higher, but it's less than ideal for playing and may or may not have contributed to some recent back pain. Sadly this stand (for me) is going to have to be returned, but luckily for me this is Sweetwater we're talking about, so I'm sure they'll help me out. Ryan Murray has been more than helpful with all my purchases!
All in all, if you plan on using this keyboard stand for playing while standing (most likely for gigging) it's pretty sturdy. Just be aware that the keyboard slides around if you're not careful. As long as you're not forcefully moving the keyboard, you should be fine. If you plan on using this keyboard stand for playing while seated, I'd recommend looking at something else.
from Louisville, KY
January 7, 2013
Dissappointed with assemblyThe stand looks nice it just took 3 hours + to get it together. The manufacturer put the nuts and bolts on the wrong side! After trying and prying and taking apart a number of times we figured it was put together wrong. It did go together nicely after things were in the right place. If you have problems with assembly take apart the parts that came assembled and you might save yourself some time and aggravation. I'm also adding some velcrow to the stand to keep the keyboard from moving so freely (sliding) when you go around it.
Fly By Light
from Atlanta, Georgia
May 15, 2009Music Background:
Performing keyboardist, home recordist, church musician
You Get What You Pay ForThis was not the cheapest alternative available, nor was it the most expensive. It is built tough and sturdy, and it does the job. However, it has its drawbacks: 1) Does not sit perfectly flat on a flat floor; 2) Very heavy; 3) Built with lots of custom screws that are a hassle to replace; 4) A little confusing to assemble. My previous stand was lighter, had mostly welded joints, and had just enough play to sit flush with flat or nearly-flat surfaces. A lot of odd screws scare me because I had to replace the previous stand due to a single lost screw. Fortunately, the joints on this stand will still hold together with a few screws missing. This is fine, but I would have paid a bit more for something lighter and better-constructed had I known.
April 7, 2012Music Background:
Not SatisfiedI bought this stand a couple of years ago, and while it is sturdy I don't like it. It was hard to put together, and still doesn't look right. They On Stage uses a color coded system for putting it together, but I think they were misplaced. It does hold the keyboard w/no problem, but like others have said, it's hard to put together. The keyboard, at least mine which is light, will slide on the top.