Roland KS-G8B

88-note Keyboard Stand Made from Steel and Aluminum - Black
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Give Yourself Some Room to Play!

If you're tired of looking for your sustain pedal and finding the foot of your X-stand instead, the Roland KS-G8B 88-note keyboard stand is the answer! Made of durable steel and aluminum, the KS-G8B's open design gives you support and stability without compromising flexibility. Using the included drum key, the KS-G8B does everything from folding for transport to adjusting height for seated or standing playing. Convenient, dependable, and expandable, the Roland KS-G8B 88-note keyboard stand is sure to be the foundation for your gig rig!

Roland KS-G8B 88-Note Keyboard Stand Features:
  • Sturdy keyboard stand designed for 88-note keyboards
  • Adjusts to three different positions for standing or seated playing
  • Folds for transport and storage
  • Easy up-and-down with included drum key
  • Cable maintenance clips included
Get everything you want with the Roland KS-G8B 88-note keyboard stand!

Tech Specs

Type Table
Number of Tiers 1
Tier Height 25.4375"/28.75"/32.125"
Tier Depth 28"
Tier Width 47.6875"
Weight Capacity 154.6 lbs.
Portable Yes
Color Black
Weight 21.7 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number KS-G8B

Customer Reviews

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Roland Keyboard stand

Great Keyboard stand for a full 88 board. Love the adjustments. Rock Solid. Roland hit a home run with this one.

Excellent 88 Key Stand

I've had a number of 88 keyboard stands in my musical career - All of the Ultimate support V, Z, and X stands wobble like a Weeble or you hit your knees and feet when reaching for the pedal - I actually bought this after seeing a bunch of pros hammer on it for the Spectrasonics Keyscape demo...the thing never moved. Sure enough it's a great stand. I balked at the price, but it's worth it. End of story.

Solid and nice design

Pros: Very solid stand that allows you to beat on the keys of your board with no to little movement. Love the design and like the nearby adjust key holder that will keep people from tossing the needed tool in a drawer or box to only later forget where it is. It's great having a spread at my feet to where I have room not to stub my toes every time I get up. It's also fantastic to have the base bar there that keeps my pedals from slowly sliding out of reach! Cons: Would be nice to go a couple inches shorter. Sadly piano benches and stands are always made for people of the average size when all it would take to make it fit for all, is to add a lower allowance. The major thing I want to mention won't be a bother to those who play out with it, but for home/studio use it was oblivious to me how far from the wall this stand would put my board. With the stand as tight to the wall as I can get it, the back of my board is nearly a foot from the wall. Many won't care, but some might for sheet music against the wall, or a tablet, phone or whatever you may have got used to leaning from your board to the wall. The stand may require you to loosen up bolts in several spots to get it to sit right without teetering. It's not fool proof. Finally wire management could have been much better. I do like that they include a couple clips, but a hole in the middle brace (where it says Roland) would have been great to then bring the cables down to ground level, hidden. Some speaker stands do this and it would be nice to see such obvious improvements done to a stand. Not sure if keyboardists have any say in the design of things but can't see how that isn't anyone's desire to deliver. The cons may sound like a rant, hope not. Just making mention of things that I think some people might want to know. I only dropped half a star for them since overall I enjoy the stand very much.
Music background: Assistant to Van Beethoven

Stable as a rock, no lost pedals on slippery floors

This stand is ROCK solid for a 50lb 88 key digital piano; I have it on a wooden floor and it doesn't move an inch, nor wobble. Moreover the extensions for it are equally solid. Recommend: BUY
Music background: Keyboardist
See also: Roland, Roland Keyboard Stands