On-Stage Stands KS7903 3-Tier A-Frame Keyboard Stand

3-tier Keyboard Stand
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On-Stage Stands KS7903 3-Tier A-Frame Keyboard Stand
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Hold as Many as Three 61- and 73-key Keyboards - Safely!

Do you use multiple keyboards onstage or in the studio? Put them exactly where you need them (and where they're easy to play) with On-Stage Stands' A Frame Keyboard Stand KS7903. Each of the three tiers on this A-frame-style stand holds up to 40 lbs., so you can easily have three keyboards at the ready. This all-aluminum stand is sturdy, lightweight, and incredibly easy to transport. Don't take up valuable stage or studio space with multiple stands; put your favorite keyboards in one place with the handy, reliable A Frame Keyboard Stand KS7903!

On-Stage Stands A Frame Keyboard Stand KS7903 Features at a Glance:
  • Holds up to 3 61- and 73-key keyboards
  • Weight capacity: 40 lbs. per tier (120 lbs. total)
  • Height adjustment: 54"
  • Construction: Aluminum, bolted
  • Height: 54"
  • Width: 51"
On-Stage Stands' A Frame Keyboard Stand KS7903 puts up to three keyboards right where you need them!

Tech Specs

Type A
Number of Tiers 3
Tier Height 54"
Tier Width 51"
Weight Capacity 40 lbs. (Per Tier)
Portable Yes
Color Black
Manufacturer Part Number KS7903

Customer Reviews

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5/5

Great Stand

This stand is GREAT!! It holds 3 workstations without a problem.
5/5

Best

I'm happy! Perfect in all dimensions! I found fresh water!
5/5

Great Value

Easily assembled and adjusted for my 3 synthesisers in my home studio. Light enough to carry around for gigging if I was doing that. One knob got damaged in transit but is being replaced. I would certainly recommend both the keyboard stand and Sweetwater for serious keyboard players who want a strong lightweight stand at a decent price
Music background: semi-pro keyboard player and composer
5/5

Sturdy multi-keyboard stand, but not portable!

This is an excellent multi-keyboard stand for a home or studio environment where it will be a permanent fixture. Some reviewers have rightly noted that this stand is not a good choice for performers who need a portable keyboard stand for gigs. This stand is HUGE! I had to rearrange furniture to make room for it!Some reviewers have complained that the stand is not sturdy and has dumped their expensive keyboards causing them to break. This is because their stands were not properly assembled. I can sympathize. Properly assembling this stand requires some information not included with the stand.It is said that 1 picture is worth 1000 words. That may be so, but my stand came with 1 picture for assembly instructions and 0 words! This was insufficient. I found the information I needed on the On-Stage Stands website. The biggest problem is with the locking sleeves that came flush with the support arms on my stand as delivered, but which need to be moved against the T-Brackets on the frame where the tabs on the locking sleeves mesh with notches in the T-brackets.There are three important documents to download from this page!Two single-page PDF documents are available on this page: The Specsheet and the Assembly Guide. Download these documents before you try to assemble the stand!The 3rd and most important document is found when you click on the "Parts" tab on the page. This brings up a parts call-out image that identifies all parts of the stand. This is the ESSENTIAL piece of the stand's assembly puzzle! (This image is provided in .png format.)With these 3 documents in hand you will be in good shape to assemble the stand!One further issue: 2 of the 3 tiers on the stand are located above the Front and Rear sleeves that join the front and rear support legs. This results in the three tiers being too high for my comfort level! Here is how I solved this problem:I disassembled the stand, removing the 2 top T-brackets from each side, then removing the Front Sleeve from each side, and reassembling the stand moving 1 T-bracket from each side below the front sleeve. This resulted in 2 tiers below the sleeves that join the front and back legs and only one tier above this joint! Perfect!I strongly advise using a soft tape measure to match the height of the right and left sleeves. Measuring from the top of the front legs my sleeves/brackets are positioned as follows:Highest T-Bracket: 7"Front Join-Sleeve: 11"Middle T-Bracket: 17"Lower T-Bracket: 30"These measurements are from the tops of the front legs to the tops of the sleeves/brackets. The measurements must be the same on both the right and left sides (DUH)!Enjoy!
Music background: Home Enthusiast and Lyricist
5/5

Great stand for the money

I noticed a lot of complaints about the knobs breaking, well I found it fine because they don't need tightening at all, I think that was the problem. It only took me 10 minutes to put together and had no problems at all. I love it very sturdy and holds my Roland Juno GI, Ultra Novation,Yamaha mixer and Korg Volca Beats fine. Word of advice, be caring and don't treat it like your Mother in Law and all will be fine. Not an Ultimate Support stand but still great for the money. Highly recommend for home use.

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Brendan Murphy

It looks a bit "old school" but the On-Stage Stands 3-Tier A-Frame Keyboard Stand KS7903 holds a lot of gear and is adjustable to fit most situations. I highly recommend it.
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