Versatile Mic Stand
Really nice at great price!
Really nice at great price!
Easy to assemble and sturdy, just great!
Perfect and low price.
For the price this stand is just fine.. Actually I bought one of the heavy duty stands at the same time. Because it is a bit lighter in weight I take it with when I go out and play
For his extructura, their hardware is good quality, as well as their presence and convenience in handling, about the price, you can not ask for more, no doubt we are witnessing a great microphone stand.
I really like this stand. I am liking the telescoping boom and the whole thing is built sturdy. I will likely replace all my boom stands to the On-Stage brand. Highly recommend this stand.
I'm a drummer vocalist and this mic stand is great for tight places. I added a short goose neck to it and set it right behind my right shoulder. keeps it up tight and out of the way.
Excellent price, excellent service and just what I needed. The stand is sturdy with wide set legs to decrease wobble. It's lightweight and collapses easily to a very stowable size. Black coating on all parts looks good. Thanks Sweetwater for a "sweet" deal.
Great stand for my HH mike! Sturdy and perfect hight!
I just love it. It's very strong and useful. And this is my first time for me to shopping with sweetwater. I love it!!!!!!!
Good stand for the money. Very happy with it.
The stand works perfectly for my needs--at a lecturn. It's light, but sturdy and the folding legs make storage very easy. I would recommend this product to others.
As always Sweetwater provides great products and super prices. They've done it again with some really good mic stands. These worked as well as their top name brand counterparts. I would definately buy these again.
I really like this stand. Sure it's not a $400 stand but it's solid enough for my home sound studio and it's a breeze to use.
Lightweight but strong, and a proper mount for our SM-58s. Adjustable height and boom length provided plenty of options for our sit-down players and stand-up blues vocalists. On-Stage is a solid brand and I would recommend this product.
This is a great deal for the money. The boom tightening mechanism seems as though it will hold very well and I prefer the telescoping ability. The base legs have a solid click when opened up so moving the stand isn't any problem (my old stand legs would fold closed and could not be tightened). The only complaint is the stand height adjustment takes a lot of turns to loosen/secure it. Hopefully the black finish will hold up - if not out comes the black spray paint can!
This mice stand is okay for our use. We don't have a lot of activity so it is sturdy enough for us. Had to do some adjustments - tighten things up etc but it is good for us.
really good for an inexpensive piece of equipment.
I bought several of these for a church that does set up and tear down every week. They have served us well for a couple of years; I have only 2 complaints. 1) the screw to adjust the boom arm is not well-designed. It's too small, giving you no mechanical advantage when tightening or loosening. I have other stands with larger plastic knobs that are easier to grip and use.
2) After 2 years, they are starting to fall apart. Out of 6 stands, 2 are in trouble: one of the boom arm thumb screws has been stripped; another is detaching/coming apart where the tripod attaches to the stand.
I would have hoped to get more than 2 years of use out of these.
This stand is ok, but you have to be careful with it. Threading the boom to the stand is tricky, it tries to cross thread very easy, and you have to make sure that the boom when extended is in line with one of the legs, otherwise it wants to tip over.
This stand is well made, but for our application was just not quite right. We've modified it to make it work but I am not satisfied with it, even so.
These stands are intended for use by a guitar duo that does a little singing and we were trying to keep the stand low and minimize the distraction of it. The players are both seated throughout their sets.
Even after shortening the main vertical tube and the one that attaches to the adjustable boom, the stand is still unstable when extended far enough to place the mics correctly. I think the base needs to have a wider diameter and perhaps some additional weight in the center to fix that issue.
But, for the money, it's not a bad stand if you use lightweight mics (ours are fairly heavy...like U-89 and AKG C414's).
Fair at best......not heavy duty. Got me through a party and I will use it for practice.
Lightweight but typical stand. Good for studio work. Functions fine.
it came via Fedex. And the very end of the stand, the part that you screw the mic clip to, came undone. It's under engineered, but it's a great price when it comes intact.
So, this mic stand was recommended to me by an audio salesman to go with all of the other things I was purchasing. When it arrived it looked pretty solid, some of the joints maybe felt a little loose but that's to be expected. So it's working just fine for about three days and then the little nub on the end of the boom with the threads on it came loose and began to spin around, so my mic would flop around and only ever point down. I called the company about it and they were really nice and sent me a new one and even let me keep the old one. So I get the new one. about two weeks and the threads on the thing that keeps the boom in place strip, somehow they just become completely smooth. So I go back to using my old broken one and after a few days the same things happens.
Just figured I should share my experience. I seemed to find all positive reviews about these stands but they SUCKED for me.
really cheap....poor performance....fitting on the end of the boom is crimped but spins anyhow....mic will not stay where it belongs...
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