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PurpleGuitars 16th May 2006 12:02 AM

custom keyboard stand
 
Hey there,

Our Keyboard player is Looking for a cool keyboard stand that holds 2 Keyboards,
Something cool, maybe custom,
Any Ideas?

-with music-
Maroen

ArcCirDude 16th May 2006 01:59 AM

K&M Spider Pro

I like it because of the room for pedals. The Apex looks cool as well, but sucks because of the absence of space for pedals. Depends on your style of playing.

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blakeq 16th May 2006 02:40 AM

I think that this looks pretty cool:

http://www.music123.com/Ultimate-V-STAND-i156332.music

I'm not sure about this one...

http://www.music123.com/Quik-Lok-M92...-i140724.music

I like the Z stands, I think they look great:

http://www.music123.com/Quik-Lok-Z726-i111545.music

Kiwiburger 16th May 2006 03:43 AM

If you like the Hammond B4 sort of look, why not make a fake console out of plywood and some hinges? Depending on the aesthetics of the band, you could make it anything from authentic Hammond, to Paul McCartneys 'Magic Piano' to a gothic pipe organ, to literally anything you could imagine. Print shops have huge printers now that can take any graphic image and make them huge. Or cover it plastic mirrors, or astro turf or fake fur or whatever spins your wheels.

aussie_techie 16th May 2006 01:47 PM

im happy with my 2 tier quik lok. i dont realy like the spider type although they can be setup on stage quickly. its personal preference to what you like, best thing to do is go to a shop and play on a few.

fross 16th May 2006 07:52 PM

The above suggestions are good ones. I have both the Apex and the Ultimate V-stand. They're both rock solid and very cool. (and innovative) I highly recommend both.

mitchell 17th May 2006 04:31 AM

I use Apexes live because both tiers are infinitely height adjustable. But they're a B-I-itch when you have to move them around with instruments on them (it takes about three people, and the opening acts tour manager is always REALLY pissed at me!).

mitchell