On-Stage Stands WS8550 Heavy-Duty T-Stand - Large-format

1-tier T-style Keyboard Stand
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Economical Keyboard Stand!

The On-Stage Stands WS8550 is a portable, heavy-duty, and height-adjustable single-tier keyboard stand. The WS8550 can hold up to 250 lbs, accommodating nearly any keyboard. Plus, it folds to a convenient, compact T-shape for easy transport — even in compact sedans. If you need a quality keyboard stand for your setup — one that makes the most out of your budget — the On-Stage Stands WS8550 is a solid choice.

On-Stage Stands WS8550 T-style Keyboard Stand Features:
  • Single-tier
  • Height Range: 24" - 33"
  • Width Range: 29.2" - 46.4"
  • Depth Range: 17.3"- 27.4"
  • Frame Tubing Size: 30mm
  • Weight Capacity: 250 lbs
  • Folded Dimensions: Height: 24.6", Width: 29.2"
The On-Stage Stands WS8550 provides reliable support for your heavy keyboards!

Quality Gear from On-Stage Stands
On-Stage Stands provides high-quality equipment solutions for recording, touring, and performing musicians all over the world. Whether you need to outfit your studio with various kinds microphone stands — from booms to desktop to round base — or you need to set up all your keyboards, guitars, studio monitors, and more, On-Stage Stands has a diverse selection of durable stands to meet your needs. PA stands, rack stands, amp stands, music stands, and even stand cases are just a few more of their offerings. For all your music equipment stand accessory needs, look to On-Stage Stands first.

Tech Specs

Type Table
Number of Tiers 1
Tier Height 24"-33"
Tier Depth 17.3"-27.4"
Tier Width 29.2"-46.4"
Weight Capacity 250 lbs.
Portable Yes
Color Black
Manufacturer Part Number WS8550

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Great stand

My daughter has used this stand for over 200 gigs. It really is great. It is so stable. Unlike the x stands, legs fit nicely under the stand when playing seated. Highly recommended!

Hands down,best keyboard stand going

It is in this stand, that simplicity reigns supreme. I now own 4 large and one small these stands. I have been touring for thirty+ years, and for the single keyboard this is the best there I have found out there ! I even purchased parts from another stand and had an extra tier welded on and it did work even better that expected ;as it it really stable! Reliability is also great as my oldest stand at five years old is still perfect .
Music background: Pro for years

Ideal 88 Key Piano or single/dual organ stand

I used this stand for years on gigs with a Hammond XK3 dual keyboard organ with a Nord Stage 88 piano on top of the organ. Now I use it for the Nord piano in an L configuration with the organ (after getting a B-3 style wood stand for the organ) whenever I don't put the piano on top of the organ. Here are my thoughts: It's not overkill for a any wide keyboard rig. If you have a lightweight Casio piano (I do) it will keep that piano from moving around and make it feel solid. If you have a load on it - a dual manual organ and an 88 key piano it will hold them solidly, too, as it has for me over many, many gigs. If you use pedals this stand is much more comfortable than an X-style stand - you can put your pedals where they need to be without interference from the stand. Once you get the leg's length adjusted where you want them you don't have to change the length when closing up the stand and that only takes seconds. The spring-loaded button mechanism for the legs works well, just don't shove the buttons in so far that they stick and then fail to snap back into the adjusting hole and then not notice before there is an issue. The stand stores compactly when folded up. Flip it upside down and it rests stable on a flat floor and is narrow enough to fit into tight storage places, too. If this stand was constructed with high-strength aluminum instead of steel I'd give it five stars instead of 4.5.

On-Stage Stands Heavy-Duty T-Stand WS8550 (Large-format

Service was excellent. Thanks, Scott. The stand functioned beautifully on its first gig.
Music background: Musician, Instructor, Recording Engineer, Recording Artist, Music School Founder, composer, etc

Not Ideal for Keyboards

This is a really strong stand with thick tubing and sturdy pieces. I can imagine it could take A LOT of weight. It collapses to a great size to make it easy to store. It is heavier than expected, much heavier than a keyboard would need. You might think, "well at least it is sturdy" but they way "X"-like shape is when it is set up does not make it sit flush on the ground easily. The two pivot points in the middle/top of the stand are free-moving they do not snap into a position; which makes it versatile, but unless both sides are exactly the same then it will wobble. The hight adjustment is a bit of a pain too each leg has those spring-loaded-snap-buttons with ~5 different positions so you have to push it each time on each leg to go to a standing position (kind of a pain). If you leave it set up then these things are not a big deal, but it gets pretty irritating after a while if you need to teardown and set up regularly. This would be a great stand for other heavy equipment, but pretty overkill for a keyboard.
See also: On-Stage Stands, On-Stage Stands Keyboard Stands