On-Stage KS7365EJ Folding-Z  Two-Tier Keyboard Stand

On-Stage KS7365EJ Heavy Duty Folding-Z Two-Tier Keyboard Stand

On-Stage KS7365EJ Heavy Duty Folding-Z Two-Tier Keyboard Stand

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On-Stage KS7365EJ is a heavy-duty two-tier keyboard stand for professional use. It accommodates two keyboards; second one in the second tier. Adjust the height or width of this stand according to your requirements. You can use this stand for DJ, mixer and keyboards. Fold this keyboard stand in a small space for easy transportation.

This versatile two-tier keyboard stand accommodates two keyboards. You can also adjust the height or width independently. For easy transportation, fold the stand in a small space after breaking down the stand base into three lockable sections.
Construction and Capacity
The keyboard stand has an all-welded heavy-duty construction to hold keyboards up to 400 lb (181.8 kg) in the main tier. Its second tier holds keyboards up to 60 lb (27.3 kg).
UPC: 659814298860
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On-Stage KS7365EJ Heavy Duty Folding-Z Two-Tier Keyboard Stand
  • Warranty: 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Construction All-welded
    Finish Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Height Adjustment 28-36" (711-914 mm)
    Weight Capacity 400 lb (181.8 kg)
    Second Tier: 60 lb (27.3 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 29.8 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 28.0 x 25.85 x 4.8"
    KS7365EJ Folding-Z Two-Tier Keyboard Stand is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 23.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best keyboard stand I have ever owned! I have been using this stand for my Roland RD700gx and Roland A800 Midi Controller keyboard for about two weeks now. I find it very sturdy, with no annoying vibrations at all. I purchased the carrying case for it as well since I am using it for playing at gigs. The carrying case makes it much easier to transport. The setup takes a little practice, and you have you be careful since the metal parts swing out, fold and unfold. The instructions are a bit useless and the only real negative is that the two bars make up the floor base are easy to trip on as you sit and get up. I also wish there was one more notch between the lowest and next lowest setting.
    Date published: 2016-03-17
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Sturdy but awkward at seating position. I use this at home only and dont plan to break it down a lot. Its very sturdy and adjustable and generally I liked the stand for that. I took 2 stars away. One because I want to use it in the seating position (all the way down). Sliding the frame to the low position means keyboard is furthest away from the player so foot bar pokes out froward past the keyboard keys. I keep tripping over these bars and it also means crossbar is also closer to the knees. Its fine for me but a tall person may hit these crossbars. I took another star away because when i was unfolding one of the Z parts the 2 halves slid apart and broke the flimsy clip that is suppose to stop the 2 halves from sliding apart. I was able to put this back together but this clip should be metal. Im most unhappy about the protruding foot bar but if this was raised to standing position it wouldn't be a problem. I was satisfied enough to keep the product and thought it was good value and high quality apart from the plastic clips.
    Date published: 2013-02-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceptional Stand I use this product in my home studio, but if I ever needed to tour with two keyboards I would definitely use this stand. I have an Akai MPK88 and a Waldorf Blofeld Keyboard, and they both fit great on this stand. The MPK is a beast, weighing around 70lbs, but this stand has no problem keeping it stable enough to strike the keys precisely without wobbling. It takes maybe 15 minutes to set up the stand the first time, but I'd imagine you could put it together faster once you have a little practice. I highly recommend this stand.
    Date published: 2011-01-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic stand, absolutely love it Not too much to say about this keyboard stand other than it is a solid piece of equipment! Was able to get the whole thing put together in under 15 minutes, lots of room for adjustments to be made. Very sturdy, does exactly what I want!
    Date published: 2010-09-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great, solid stand for the price. This is ideal for my studio. It's sturdy, solid, has a small footprint, and exceptionally adjustable. I, surprisingly, found the very lowest setting to be the perfect height despite being lower than the x-style stand I had been previously using. Both tiers are rock solid and show no movement when you play. Strong enough for an old Roland, weighted keyboard. Set up was easy, smooth, and without issue. The design lends tons of flexibility, also. I do wish there were height adjustments between the lowest setting and those above. There's about a 5 gap between the 24 setting and the other heights. Still, I don't see any immediate need. At the lowest height, the feet do stick out and serve as a tripping hazard - I had read this in someone else's review. Not a deal breaker in any way. This is not a stand that I would gig with. It's possible, but you have to pull the whole thing apart to make it mobile. If you do want to gig with this, check out the YouTube video for best practices when traveling with it. All in all, this is a solid 4-star stand. Really well made and great for all keyboardists- though not ideal for fast setups/breakdowns.
    Date published: 2016-04-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid built and very stable. Excellent product. I use the On-Stage KS7365EJ with my Yamaha Keyboard and Ferrofish B4000+ Hammond B3 Module. I wish the Keyboard support arms were longer, as the floor legs stick out to far when the stand is lower. It is easy to trip on the floor legs, as they are to long. I also use the stand with MIDI Bass Pedals. Also, it would be nice to have a small bag for the extra knobs when the stand is broken down for travel. The Ferrofish B4000+ sits on the second tier shelf. Otherwise, it is solid for playing and a very excellent product. Love it.
    Date published: 2016-10-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great buy... Very stable. You can break it down in 7 minutes. The top shelf can not be adjusted closer or away. You would have to set up blocks or something if you want that top keyboard farther away. I am happy with it. There are few choices if you want something wide for your pedals underneath. If you play organ pedals you probably have no other choice at all.
    Date published: 2011-10-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid as a rock! The stand is heavy but it's indeed exceedingly solid and very, very well built. I'm sure that this thing will outlast my keyboards and even myself! The flexibility of the top tier is excellent and I was able to place my upper keyboard within half an inch or so of my lower keyboard, just as I wanted.
    Date published: 2012-06-03
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