On-Stage Stands RS4000 Folding Amp Stand - Small - 100lbs Max

Foldable Stand for Guitar, Bass, and Keyboard Combo Amplifiers, with 100 lbs. Capacity, Steel Tube Construction, and Black Powder Coat Finish
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A Smart Way to Care for Your Amp - and Improve Tone!

Enhance your guitar tone and hear yourself better at the same time with the On-Stage Stands RS4000 combo amplifier stand. Whether you play guitar, bass, or keyboard, you can't cheat physics - if your amplifier is sitting right on the floor or stage, you're losing tone. Sound vibrations get transferred to the surface your amplifier is sitting on, deadening your sound. Put your combo amplifier on the RS4000 amp stand and you'll notice a subtle but significant tightening of low frequencies, as well as a more focused sound. And the tilt-back design angles your amp towards your ears, helping you hear yourself better at gigs. Elevate your amplifier with the RS4000 combo amp stand - you'll hear the difference.

On-Stage Stands RS4000 Combo Amplifier Stand Features at a Glance:
  • Tilt-back stand for medium to large combo amplifiers, with an easily transportable folding design
  • By decoupling your amp from the floor or stage, your tone will become more focused with a tightening of low-frequency response
  • Weight capacity up to 100 lbs., plenty for small- and medium-size combo amps
  • Rugged 3/4" steel tube construction finished with a black powdered coat
  • 14" upper arm length
  • 8" lower arm length
  • 12" x 8" footprint
Get the maximum tone out of your guitar, bass, or keyboard combo amplifier with the On-Stage Stands RS4000 tilt-back combo amplifier stand!

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Tech Specs

Weight Capacity 100 lbs.
Depth 12"
Width 18"
Weight 4 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number RS4000

Customer Reviews

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Best stand for the Spacestation V.3

The unique sound dynamics involving the side speaker(s) of the Spacestation V.3 can be overpowering in small environments. After a year and over 200 gigs using deflector boards to compensate, and after having tried two other amp stands that were good hardware, but not the needed solution, the RS4000 has become my miracle stand. Positioning the V.3 on its side on this stand allows it to sit very low to the floor and lets the side speaker(s) project upward/downward. Unlike with other stands I tried, this low position really is advantageous to the V.3's sound, which is evenly distributed without giving nearby listeners overdoses from direct alignment to a side-speaker.
Music background: Full-time solo arranger-keyboard entertainer

Nice stand

Great for a small amp. I use this for a Princeton Reverb and it slips right under my regular size amp stand, so it takes up very little room. I don't know if I'd trust it with 100 pounds, but if it was too flimsy for a heavier amp, I trust Sweetwater would take it back.
Music background: Leader of the house band for over 50 years.

Good deal

It's pretty basic, but it works great.
Music background: Pro musician

Works fine

I was a little worried that the line out connections, power cables and even on-off switches would be complicated by the back support arms. Only a little side-to-side shifting was necessary for everything to fit. And the amp sounds better off the floor-even the smaller ones.
Music background: Performing Non-professional

The good news is it fits

I understand this is a one-size fits all kind of assembly, and the good new is it fits my Fender Super Champ XD just fine. There is no obstruction of rear switches, connectors, cables or feet or anything else. But I have to say, I'm a bit of a perfectionist, and the fit isn't perfect. For some inexplicable (to me) reason, the angle between the seat and the back of the stand is greater than 90 degrees. Thus, due to gravity the amp tilts backward against the back rail, and the front lifts up off the seat. In other words, the amp angles upward more than necessary and makes contact with the stand only at select points. As I said, I don't get it. So, to tilt the amp angle back down a little and make correct contact with both the seat and back frame, I employed a nickel at each of the back support arms (you'll figure it out) and shimmed the top with cardboard. Call me anal, but my amp has straight sides and square angles and I want the stand to fit accordingly. Now complete, there's a snug fit between the amp and stand. Otherwise, I think it's a great design with ample support but no unnecessary size, bulk or weight.
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