Hisonic Signature Series 7121 Two Section Folding Music Stand with Carrying Bag
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- Height adjustable, Foldable legs, Lightweight, Metal construction
- Two section design with adjustable angle desk
- Stand includes wire music clips and rubber feet
- Stand folds to 21-1/2 inches, Folding tripod design
- Height Adjustment from 19 inches to 44 inches
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The construction is much better than other portable stands I've used in the past, and has two great features that I really appreciate. One is it's height adjustable, and two is the tilting head. The tilting head is a real bonous on a portable stnad, and this one works great.
For the price this stand is a great buy that I would recommend to anyone, but being primarily a guitarist this stand is execptional. With the page holders tilting head and height adjustability this is one of the best stand purchases a guitarist can make.
The first thing I noticed when I set it up is that is that for whatever reason it stood at a slant. I examined it, trying to find the reason why this was, but couldn't see precisely where the problem was; there was some subtle structural problem that prevented it from standing up straight. I tried placing it on multiple areas of my floor to see if it was simply uneven floorboards, but that was not the case.
The stand itself was a bit too short; at maximum height I have to look down at my sheet music, instead of it being approximately at eye level. I am not an incredibly tall person; I am slightly under 6'0". A few more inches or even a foot would have made helped. I had to back away from the stand in order to not have to look down.
The final thing that turned me off is how I broke the bottom tightening peg off simply by, well, tightening it. Perhaps this is my fault, but I don't recall using an unreasonable amount of force. I believe that it simply is that the plastic is so cheap that it didn't take much force to break it off. Had I not broken it so soon it probably would have broken within a few months of use.
The stand itself is made out of a metal, but it's not incredibly strong. Just by screwing in pegs you will scrape off the thin, flaky coating of paint and probably scrape into the stand itself. Underneath the paint it seems like some parts of the stand are actually kind of rusty.
Overall I am very disappointed. Since it's broken, the stand practically unusable. In the future I will go to a real store to buy a music stand, so I can thoroughly examine its quality before purchasing, or perhaps base a future purchase off of another musician's recommendation.
I was excited when I saw this music stand on Amazon and read its description. It seemed to have all of the features I was looking for and was a good value for the price. Unfortunately, when the item arrived and I opened the box, I was quickly disappointed. As others have pointed out, the pieces of the stand had a powdered rust on them. It came off by wiping it down, but that it's there at all is something that would concern me. Again, as others reported, the pieces didn't fit together without considerable effort. Once able to insert them, it was impossible to tighten them sufficiently to keep the stand at a given height. One adjustment screw didn't work at all. Even with the other two tightened, just placing a file folder on the stand caused it to lower by itself. NOT acceptable!!
So... I have sent this stand back for a refund and will order another stand. Lesson learned: Don't judge a book (or a music stand) by its cover.
If compact portability is not a requirement, you can't beat the non-folding Manhasset M48 Symphony Music Stand which also has been around forever. Much sturdier, can hold a lot more weight, with a tilting mechanism that is simpler, easier to use, and far stronger.
This stand has a matte black finish and knobs to adjust the height and the angle of the music holder. There are two small rods with springs at the bottom of the music holder. One spring was slightly stretched out, but seems to work okay.
At the top there is a moveable bar on each side to secure the music as well.
There were a few scraped areas on the music holder which I touched up with black marker. In addition, the carrying bag had a small tear that I had to repair with a piece of tape - the tear most likely came from one of the small springy rods.
It would not be worth it to go through the effort to send this back with the expectation of getting a "perfect" music stand. I also took a manilla folder and folded it on each side to fit the stand so that it gives me a sturdier place to put individual sheets of music. As far as I can see, it compares favorably with other collapsible, silver-tone music stands in that it seems to be somewhat sturdier with more options for angle and height and it has a more "concert-like" appearance in the matte black finish. It would be better if the bottom "lip" of the music holder was a little wider - it's about one inch, so this wouldn't be a great stand for a heavy folder, binder or book of music. I plan to use it for lyric sheets, but it would work well for sheet music as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought for my daughter in middle school. It works as expected. The metal is a little thin, but that is to be expected with these lower-priced stands. Read morePublished 8 days ago by S.Patton
I purchased this stand because of its low desk height made possible by its 3-stage collapsible design. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ryan
At two pounds this music stand is very light and can be folded down to fit in a case so this is very portable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Pardee
This is a nice light weight music stand but the page holder pins gets loose and now the just hang down and not holding the music paper.Published 2 months ago by ken
Very portable and light weight. I like that it's not the nickel color so it's more toned down on stage. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Megan
This is great for use as my typing easel for working at my home office standing workstation. It is not fragile at all but for the road musician or concert environment I do not... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Walter OBrien