Musician's Gear Deluxe Amp Stand Black
- Black powdered-metal construction
- Rubber feet
- Locking pins
- 150-lb. capacity
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Get your amp off the ground and tilted back for better projection. Black powder-coated metal construction with rubber feet. Adjustable at three heights from the floor to the bottom back corner of the amp: 14-1/4", 17" and 19-1/2". Locking pins add extra security.
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Fortunately, I was able to simply reverse the way that the supports sit in the base unit, which created a much less extreme angle of the amp and it sits perfectly now. Quite pleased. Very sturdy amp stand. I wanted to post this review so that if people buy this stand and have the same problem that I did that they might try the solution that I came up with to make it work. For the money it’s a great value.
The materials used to make this are about what I expected. If you have ever had a home weight bench it is the same quality of metal, paint etc. The brackets/braces used to hold the amplifier do not really hold the amplifier evenly. However, for $20 I did not expect perfection. I got some double sided construction grade tape and some thick pieces of rubber, laid them across the botton braces, and the amp is now snug to the braces - gives a little extra grip as well.
My main complaint about the amp stand is that it is a poor for my Fender Mustang 2. If I were to have my amp centered on the back braces those braces cover the power input. I have had to remove the feet from my amp and put it on the stand off center. Doesn't affect the functionality of the stand at all, just looks a little silly. This is something to keep in mind if you have a mid size amplifier. So that you don't have the same issue, the measurements for the width of each brace: 1 3/4 in wide, space between the two braces: 9 1/2 inches measure from the inside. Measures for the back height of each brace: 12 1/2 in, Length (bottom support): 8 in - all measured from the where the two pieces join to form the L shape. I advise you measure the back of your amp with the power supply in mind to make sure this will be a good fit for your setup.
Other than that, this stand is solid and when I upgrade to a larger amplifier it should be perfect. I would buy this again without hesitation. And another thing about the seller; seriously fast shipping. I ordered this late night on 8/12/13 and it arrived around 1p 8/14/2013 and i did not pay for expedited shipping etc.
Important note: The back support arms are about 1/4" too short for the Mustang III. This means the amp can tip backwards with just a slight push, which allows the arms into the speaker cabinet. It's not for sure they'll destroy the speaker this way but they could. If the stand weren't so inexpensive I'd return it for this reason, however, by popping out the plastic end caps and smashing them in at an angle the arms are just long enough. I'll try it for a few weeks and let you know if that doesn't work.
Update: Raising from three to four stars; this is a good stand for the money. Would be five stars if not for the slightly-short arms.
It holds my amp erect and pointing at exactly the angle that I need.
It is sturdy and strong and will not fold or collapse under heavy pressure.
folding and tucking it away for a session on the road is also a breeze.
So if you are in to mobile ramming and jamming, this is the unit for you.
I took the lead from reviewer W. Jones and "removed the upper brackets and inserted them with the longest bars horizontal instead of vertical, and although my amp was more stable, I still didn't feel it was stable enough to set it on the highest setting." I am using at the lowest height and it is stable, but I highly recommend a heavy sandbag on the back if any other height setting is used.
I give four stars for great value at $20, will suit my needs very well.