K&M Spider Pro - Anodized Aluminum

Column Keyboard Stand with 2-tier Support, Threaded Mic Mount Insert, Height-adjustable Arms, and Integrated Cable Management - Silver
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A Road-ready Modern Keyboard Stand

Looking for a keyboard stand that can handle the modern demands of today's players? The K&M Spider Pro keyboard stand is a versatile, column-style stand that is ready for the most demanding gigs. You can easily set up and break down the Spider Pro, which leaves more time for setting up and connection your keyboards and other gear. This two tier keyboard stand has telescopic arms and a tilted top tier to make it easier and more comfortable to play the top board. You'll love the expandability of the Spider Pro to conveniently add a laptop or mic stand to your rig. The K&M Spider Pro is a keyboard players dream come true.

K&M Spider Pro Keyboard Stand at a Glance:
  • Improved design
  • Functionality and expandability
  • Simple setup and tear down
Improved design

The K&M Spider Pro is an improved design over the original. The greater tilt angle of the upper tier makes playing multiple keyboards easier and more comfortable. The keyboard arms on both tiers are also telescoping to ensure a secure fit no matter the depth of your keyboard. These additions make the Spider Pro extremely versatile for every situation.

Functionality and expandability

Keyboard rigs are becoming more complicated and varied in the digital age, you need a stand that can keep up. With the flexibility of the K&M Spider Pro you can easily add a third tier of arms for that new synth you have your eye on. Eliminate the mic stand in your set up by using the boom stand threaded insert and attaching the mic directly to the Spider Pro. There is even an add-on laptop accessory to mount your computer directly on the Spider Pro.

Simple setup and tear down

Setup and tear down is easy and fast! The K&M Spider Pro breaks down into a single unit that's easy to transport. The legs remain connected and fold up around the base of the column, and the arms that support your keyboards fold up into the column. No difficult break down or multiple pieces, the Spider Pro keyboard makes setup and tear down a breeze!

K&M Spider Pro Keyboard Stand Features:
  • Made of anodized aluminum
  • Dual keyboard design
  • Greater tilt for easier playing
  • Continuously adjustable
  • Folds up for easy storage and transport
  • Weight capacity - 231 lbs.
Bring your keyboard stand up to date with the versatile and modern K&M Spider Pro keyboard stand.

Tech Specs

Type Column
Number of Tiers 2
Tier Height 51.5"
Tier Depth 11.8"-18.5"
Tier Width 26.3"-37"
Weight Capacity 231 lbs.
Portable Yes
Color Aluminum
Weight 25 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 18860.000.30

Customer Reviews

4.5/5
Based on 6 reviews
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5/5

Amazing!!!!!

This is the best keyboard stand out there. It is unrivaled in stability, ease of use and aesthetics. I have been playing live for 17 years all over the country on every type of stage imaginable. Another reviewer gave this low marks and explains why quite well. A solution to this involved a quick trip to the local hardwar3e store where I purchased a plain old shelf. Remember, the top arms are adjustable. I put the shelf on the top arms and then used two-sided velcro and was able to put my laptop, an APC 40 and a pad kontrol on the top and an akai mpk61 on the bottom arms....awesome and impressive looking. Plus, I am pretty tall, 6'2" and this is one of tghe few stands that accomodate a tall person. I love it....Also, buy the bag for travel....it's worth it for $50.
Music background: live performer, engineer, trainer, logic pro certified
4.5/5

Almost Perfect, Room for Pedals

Sets up and stows away easily once you get used to the weird way the legs fold. Holds anything pretty well. Solid unit, for the most part, with an exception being the plate with the nut at the top - the plate is cheap plastic and bends easily, so don't attach any heavy mic kit up there unless you don't mind it resting on your forehead during a gig. As a cautionary note, while you're unscrewing any kit at the top plate, keep in mind not top let the rubber washer come off, or you'll have to fish the bolt out of the spine and that's a real pain if you've got your gear sitting on the arms, because you have to flip it upside-down to get at it. Since the 3/8 to 5/8 thread adapter you get with it is plastic, you'd do well to plan ahead and pick up a metal one if you plan to use it. The namesake spider legs lift the spine above the floor, so you can shove some pedals down there, and that's pretty nice. The tier arms are cool how they fit in the rails when not in use, and they're pretty solid even fully extended, but they do creak when you strain them and there is some play under heavy loads. Actually, I had the lower tier supporting an MP-11 for awhile before I decided 75lb of equipment that I frequently played hard was not good for the stand's longevity. I went ahead and picked up an Omega stand (also by K&M) for better stability under such a heavy piece of kit. I'm sure the Spider could stand up to the abuse, but I don't play like an angel and I don't like my rigs shaking like MJ Fox at an Oscar awards ceremony when I'm pounding out a solo. Yeah, the Spider wobbles quite a bit with heavy playing on heavy gear, and while it never slipped or tilted or even threatened to, I didn't feel safe with it supporting an expensive metal casket full of bones. Instead, I'll have this stand supply two additional, lighter tiers above the MP-11 that will be sitting on the Omega in front of it. And this setup can happen, because the Omega's dimensions are such that there won't be any conflict between it and the Spider occupying the same space. Imagine that, a company that makes their sh*t compatible! Bravo K&M for the foresight or lucky convenience or whatever. Besides, now have a legitimate excuse to buy another synth to fill an open tier. Can't have open tiers, now can we? Overall, this is a great stand for any board, but I personally think 70lb+ on one tier is a bit over the limit for playing accuracy and peace of mind here. Now something like an RD-800? Kronos? Stage 2? You likely won't have any tremor problems. A big, fat Motif? Well, I think that'd be a little jiggly. Maybe. MP-11 definitely doesn't rest easy on this stand, even though it fits fine.
4.5/5

K&M Spider Pro - Anodized Aluminum

Sturdy, innovative and heavy, this stand and great because it looks fantastic an you can rest 2 keyboards no problem with a 3rd keyboard or other mountable options if needed.I love this stand but I think if the legs were a bit easier to set up it and the wait was a bit lighter I would be perfect.It is not a light stand to carry or and move so if it had some sort of handle that would help.This stand is a beast overall, I just with K&M would have thought of a better way to make it movable and lighter
4.5/5

Excellent

I love it very much
4.5/5

Works great, looks good

I've had this stand for a few years. I play a Nord Piano 2 below, and a Nord Electro 4D on top. Relatively easy to transport, set up and break down as compared to two-tier X stands, etc. I'm not into cheap stands :)Stability is good enough, but not amazing. The centerpoint design means that your 88-key boards may bounce a bit when pounding high or low. Nothing untoward, though, and nothing's going to fall off. Extremely adjustable for height and depth, but not tilt angle which is fixed. I use mine while seated, and like the built-in angles: flat below, and a slight tilt above.The best part is that it looks great on stage. There's a cable run to keep things tidy, which is nice. Seems to be built to last longer than I will.
Music background: Semi-pro gigging musician
See also: K&M, K&M Keyboard Stands