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Musician's Gear Heavy-Duty Folding Music Stand Black

4.4 out of 5 stars 989 customer reviews
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  • Folds to small size
  • Height adjustable from 37.01" to 58.07"
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Sheet music stand from AmazonBasics for $32.77

AmazonBasics Sheet Music Stand
Features adjustable height and tilt and a deep ledge for holding loose sheets or larger bound collections. Shop now
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Product Description

Sheet music stand folds up for compact storage and transport. Height is adjustable from 37.01" to 58.07".

Product Information

Item Weight 6.1 pounds
Product Dimensions 27.1 x 11.7 x 4 inches
Shipping Weight 6.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B003LTJ404
Item model number GMS-40 BK-MG
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4.4 out of 5 stars 989 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #51 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#1 in Musical Instruments > Instrument Accessories > General Accessories > Sheet Music Stands
Date first available at Amazon.com March 21, 2010

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I purchased this stand for my private violin studio that I run out of my home. I wanted something that was very sturdy, but also not the typical Manhasset stand. Those are too heavy to lug around. This stand sits nicely in the living room, but also folds quite well to travel with me in my car for gigs. It looks very professional, and you almost can't even tell that it is a folding stand.
All of my students love the wide lip for music. I have put two 1 inch binders on the stand, they fit comfortably.
I love this stand, I will be buying another one for my room soon.
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This is definitely a sturdy and well made stand - I have no fault with it about that. Solid materials, everything snaps and latches tightly. Good materials. Works just like it's supposed to.

I have two complaints about it, though.

1. The part that holds the music isn't as wide as other stands. I probably could have read the description and realized that, but I made the assumption that all stands are the same size. It's just wide enough to hold two regular sized pieces of paper. It will hold bigger things, of course, but the edges will go past the edge of the stand. So it works, but to me, it looks unprofessional to have the stuff leaking over the edges. The ledge is nice and wide, though, so it can hold some pretty thick stuff. But if you are using quite wide materials, especially if they are loose-leaf, you will want to look for a wider stand.

2. Adjusting the height and tilt is difficult. To alter the height, one has to twist and untwist the tightening ring (like one finds on microphone stands). It doesn't just pull up or push down like the majority of music stands I've encountered in life. Adjusting the tilt requires untightening and tightening a wing nut on the back, which is a bit difficult to reach. Unlike every other music stand I've used that one can simply force into position. The good news of this is, though, that because everything is held in place with wingnuts or that tightening ring, everything stays right where one puts it. No slow sliding down in height, no slow tilting backwards.

On the plus side, they are sturdy, and the feet can be retracted (is that the word?) so that they are parallel to the stand, making moving them around or stacking them up quite easy. I love the fact that the feet do this.

These are excellent music stands.
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This is a nice enough stand for $20. Assembly is easy. (There were no assembly instructions, but I cannot imagine how anybody could not understand how to assemble the stand. Assembly amounts to putting two bolts through two holes to attach the desk to the pole.) The tripod legs open easily and are held in place by a simple, secure clip. No tightening required. The rotating collar that tightens the extended pole works well and is not fussy. The desk is solid and is easy to adjust to different tilt angles using the hand-tightened bolts on back. My only complaint is about the mechanism that tightens the tripod base to the pole. The tightening is easy enough: a large diameter bolt with a plastic handle turns fairly easily into the hole on the plastic tripod base and tightens against the upright pole. One could conceivably strip the threads in the plastic base, but it is unlikely: there is no reason to tighten the bolt hard enough to do that. My complaint is that the bushing between the pole and the tripod base is not tight enough. As a result, when one tightens the bolt in the base, the upright pole tilts. This gives the desk a bit of a tilt. Not a huge tilt, and the stand is not in danger of falling over, but the tilt is definitely noticeable. This is a very dumb oversight in the design. I won't return the stand, because it works well enough for my purposes. But the tilt is the reason that I give the stand a rating of only 3, not 4.
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I'd been shopping for a music stand at local music stores, all of them at the cheapest price for this type with a solid backside are $45 plus tax. This item including shipping cost me only about $23 here from Amazon, and the seller Musician's Friend sent it promptly, got it within 10 business days without any problems. I had no trouble putting the stand together without any instructions. The bolts aren't as easy to adjust compared perhaps to a more expensive stand, but I don't care about that. It's not hard to adjust, and most of the time I have it at a certain height, so no need to fiddle with it, but during a group performance, it did need to be adjusted for different people and that was ok but could be smoother. If you're someone who needs to fiddle with the stand height constantly you might want to get a higher priced one that makes that easier, but if you are only occasionally going to adjust the height, it's no big deal. Other than that, it is a solid and handy stand that meets expectations and does what it should, for 1/2 price off retail. Excellent. I'm completely satisfied with this.
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Are you a tall person searching for a quality music stand? That's what got me started on my quest. At 6'1'', I found the standard wire-frame music stand I purchased to be too short. Sure, those things are cheap, but you do get what you pay for. I spent just under $20 on this stand and the value of not having to look down on my music while standing is worth double that. I am buying another one for my friend as a Christmas gift.

This is a very sturdy product and is really better as a stationary unit (if you're carrying a stand around all the time, buy the wire stand).
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