On-Stage KS7150 - Platform-Style Keyboard Stand

On-Stage KS7150 - Platform-Style Keyboard Stand

On-Stage KS7150 - Platform-Style Keyboard Stand

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The KS7150 from On-Stage is a fully-adjustable platform-style keyboard stand for musicians that need to support large keyboards, electric pianos, or DJ equipment. The keyboard stand folds completely flat for easy storage and transportation. The optional KSA7500 can be purchased separately to add a second tier to the stand if desired.

Extremely strong welded and bolted construction
Fold-flat design for easy storage and transportation
Great for large keyboards, electric pianos, and DJ equipment
Optional attachment available separately to add a second tier
Weight capacity of 230 pounds
Adjustable height and width
UPC: 659814358564
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On-Stage KS7150 - Platform-Style Keyboard Stand
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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    On-Stage KS7150 specs

    Construction Welded and bolted
    Finish Black
    Weight Capacity Up to 230 lb (104 kg)
    Height 26 to 43" (660 to 1092 mm)
    Width 29 to 43.5" (737 to 1105 mm)
    Depth 12.5" (318 mm)
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 17.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 30.5 x 14.5 x 3.6"

    On-Stage KS7150 reviews

    KS7150 - Platform-Style Keyboard Stand is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 37.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hallelujah - what stands should be! I have a mid-size electric keyboard and every other stand I've ever had was a nightmare to transport and assemble and adjust, etc. With this one, you just take it out of the box, adjust the length to what you need by sliding it out, fold out the legs to the sides, and you're done. It's a good, stable stand and considerably more attractive than the usual X-brace style stands out there too. I don't know why this is the only keyboard stand I've ever seen that works this way, especially given that it's offered at such a modest price. Seriously, this one's a winner - it's the design and value I've wanted for the last 15 years!
    Date published: 2012-01-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very portable, folds compact Bought this to hold my Studiologic hammer action (ie. heavy) 88 key controller. Luckily, the rubber feet of the keyboard fit nicely into the slots of the stand. This, and the included thin rubber adhesive pads added to stability. Quality is just so-so, due to the footing arrangement (bolts which are capped off with rubber feet) but with some tweaking it ought to work out well for most applications. Adjustable from width perspective and allows for an optional 2nd tier which is handy. The price certainly is right, I just wish that it was a bit more sturdy. If you are using this at home, by all means, pick it up. Once set up, you'll be in good shape. If intending to use it on the road or for gigs, you might want to think twice and get something heavier.
    Date published: 2010-05-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from great stand! I got this stand for use with a nord electro 3 and couldn't be happier. Having 4 legs means I can put my sustain and swell pedals under the board where they belong without the stand getting in the way. Also, this stand works well on uneven surfaces. All this is why I got this stand. What I didn't expect was that it folds down flat and much smaller than other stand types, which allows me to put it into a gig bag. Now, I can roll to the gig with two gigbags instead of having to carry an unwieldy stand. I can go on my bike. Nice!
    Date published: 2010-05-31
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Problem Solved!!!!! hello, I have a Nord C1, a Nord Pedals 27 and a Nord Lead 2X, the problem was to find a proper solution, I tried suggestions from online forums and nothing worked, I bought a Keyboard Stand that I still can't use, I did some research and found that Onstage had what I was looking for, the problem was that I could not find this solution at any of the local music stores, I found it at B&H Photo. So now I have a sturdy keyboard stand that fits my Nord C1 organ, The PK27 (pedals) fits right below comfortably and my Nord 2X Lead, fits on the universal mountable stand that fits right on to he KS7150. Yay!!!!! My prayers have been answered, hey did I mentioned that I spent way under $100.00 to fix this big problem I had? Give it a try, it makes sense, and I'm glad that B&H Photo helped me to make this all possible. Nick NY
    Date published: 2011-04-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stand I purchased this stand for my daughter to replace an X stand that she had for her 88-key Casio Privia keyboard. The stand she had before was wobbily, and not sturdy. Her keyboard is located in a room with carpeting, which seemed to make the X stand even more unstable. The platform keyboard stand is solid, stable, and sturdy (and kind of heavy- so no worries on tipping over!). She has room for her legs underneath and the height adjustments are perfect. The stand also came with grip pad stickers that could be attached to the top of the stand to make the keyboard even more secure. It was quick and easy to get it set up and put to use. The legs do kick out a bit more, and take up slightly more space than the previous stand, but that isn't a big drawback for us. I feel like this stand will last a long time to come, which makes it worth even more than the very reasonable price I purchased it for.
    Date published: 2011-01-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Much better than the cheap X-frame that everyone has I wanted a stand that looked a bit classy and not cheap looking like a regular X-strand, but above all I wanted a stand that had enough space for my legs and my pedals. With some adjustments, I was able to get it nice level where I wanted it to be. Can sometimes be a bit wabbly if you don't tighten the legs enough, but all in all it's definitely tough and much better looking, as mentioned, than the regular stands. It really makes my keyboard look great on it. Don't be like everyone else, buy this one instead of the cheap X-frames.
    Date published: 2017-03-09
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from my knees thank you I've been using the cross bar stand since I got my keyboard and playing the piano I would always bump my knees or have to sit in a very interesting position. My legs now fit comfortably under the keyboard and I can play for longer periods of time. It isn't perfect, it is a bit unstable but simply putting it up against a wall fixes that.
    Date published: 2011-04-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid Stand I bought this stand for home use with an 88 key keyboard. It was easy to set up and exapnds enough to provide a stable platform for my full-size keyboard. I can sit comfortably and easily access the pedals. The quality is very good.
    Date published: 2013-02-18
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