Manhasset Symphony Stand - Single

Adjustable Music Stand with 20" Wide Desk and Wide Base for Stability
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Quality Manhasset Music Stand

Our best-selling music stand, the Manhasset Symphony Stand is used by more music schools than all others combined. It's also found in orchestra pits worldwide. Why? It's got that can't-beat combination of durability, affordable price, and a collapsible 3-piece design that makes it easy to stow when you're not using it. The Symphony Stand stands up to the day-in/day-out abuse musicians throw at it. Robust, lightweight, and baked with a scratch-resistant textured finish, this music stand belongs wherever music's being made. If you need a music stand, pick up a Manhasset Symphony Stand - you'll love it!

Manhasset Symphony Stand Music Stand at a Glance:
  • The music stand the pros use
  • Built for professional (ab)use
  • Quality-made in the USA
The music stand the pros use

If you were to snoop around any top music school, scoring stage, or symphony orchestra pit, chances are you'll spot a sea of Manhasset music stands. Professionals can't afford to mess around with music stands that get tipsy with a heavy load or can't measure up to the the pounding music stands receive on an everyday basis. The Manhasset Symphony Stand is a breeze to use, too; the knobless friction-tilt neck serves up constant tension in any tilt position, while solid brass bearings, a heavy-duty greaseless chrome inner shaft, and Manhasset's original "Magic Finger Clutch" give you effortless one-handed height adjustment.

Built for professional (ab)use

The Manhasset Symphony Stand is built tough. The lightweight, rugged, all-aluminum "desk" is ribbed for added strength. The finish is powder coated, glare-free, and black-textured to resist chipping and scratches. The Symphony Stand is secure at any height - even with a massive score onboard. The heavy-gauge, all-steel welded base gives you top-notch stability and requires minimum space on stage risers or in storage.

Quality-made in the USA

Since 1935, Manhasset music stands have proven themselves year after year in the most demanding applications. The Manhasset Speciality Company is an employee-owned company based in Yakima, WA, and their music stands are made right here in the USA. Every stage, studio, and practice space needs at least one Manhasset Symphony Stand!

Manhasset Symphony Stand Music Stand Features:
  • Longest lasting, most durable music stand made!
  • Rugged, all-aluminum,lightweight desks are ribbed for extra strength
  • Baked-on, glare-free, black textured finish resists scratches and chipping
  • Easy, automatic no-knob friction-tilt neck delivers constant tension at any tilt position
  • Solid-brass bearings, greaseless heavy-duty chrome inner shaft, and "Magic Finger Clutch"
  • Secure at any height, even with a heavy load of music
  • Heavy-gauge, all-steel welded base provides excellent stability and requires minimum space
  • Made in the USA
The Manhasset Symphony Stand is our best-selling music stand!

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Tech Specs

Bookplate Material Metal
Manufacturer Part Number 4801_120947

Customer Reviews

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Manhasset Symphony stand

I am very pleased with the quality and ease of puchase that I encountered with Sweetwater Sound. The stand arrived in three days from ordering. It was extremely easy to put together. The quality of material is excellent. I would recommend this company to anyone.

I love music

The music stand I ordered from you is really great. Its very sturdy and the price was terrific. I really happy I found you on the internet, and I told my friends about you.Your really not that far from Lima, and I hope to visit you one of these days.Thank you so much for all your help
Music background: plays clarinet in concert band

Great Service

Great Customer Service. We have purchased this product before and were very pleased so we applaud them again for another great transaction.
Music background: NA

Manhasset Symphony Stand

We had one Manhasset music stand for our Quincy Village Ensemble, and everyone else used folding cheap stands. Recently we were gifted the funds to purchase 3 more orchestra style stands which we needed to hold our music and lights. The Manhasset Symphony Stand is lightweight, strong, easily adjusted for height and angle for our musicians to either be seated or standing when performing. Eventually, when more funds are available we will add stands so that every musician in our ensemble can enjoy the same convenient stand with lights. The stands are an excellent value for price and quality.
Music background: Quincy Village Music Committee, chair

Great stand

The stand was all I could hope for. Easy to assemble and the price was right.
Music background: Life long student

Sweetwater Advice

Don Carr

Want to be a great musician? Then, you have to practice -- a lot! Having the proper tools and practice space will help with organization, workflow, accuracy, and time management in order to make the best use of your practice time. The more of your practice tools you can leave handy, the more likely you are to practice. Have a comfortable chair with everything you need readily available and make that space as distraction-free as possible. Set long- and short-term goals with steps to achieve them and be realistic about your available time. A music stand is an absolute must -- the sturdier, the better. Thicker songbooks by themselves will topple a flimsy music stand. If the light over your practice area isn't aimed at the right spot, clip-on music stand lights are a great way to ensure that you can see what you're reading. Metronomes make you aware of exactly how steady tempo feels when executing an unfamiliar piece of music, training you to play it with correct subdivision. They expose trouble spots, allowing you to start slowly and gradually increase your speed accurately. With repeated use, a metronome can also improve your "internal clock." Listening to a recording of your playing gives you the objectivity you can't have while you're concentrating on performing. Your phone or iPad is a portable solution for this because you can see and hear yourself. Use a recording app or a DAW and an interface for the highest audio quality and flexibility. Quality studio monitors reveal more detail when listening, and headphones are good for private practice or close inspection of recorded music that you're learning. Writing everything down will help you to remember what you've done, what you need to do, what your goals are, and how you've progressed in your practice routine. Mirado Black Warrior pencils and blank staff or tablature paper are essential; a three-ring binder notebook with plastic sleeves will keep your music in performance-ready shape. Or go virtual and use a computer or tablet for all these tasks! Get your practice space together and your time organized for super-efficient practice time; that way, you'll be motivated to practice more and you'll get more out of each session.
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