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K&M Stands 14100 Upright Bass Stand
- Height adjusts from 24-1/2-Inch to 44-Inch
- Steel Stand with black powder coat finish
- Non-marring rubber coated at all points of contact
- Includes bow holder
- Folds compactly for transport
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Standard model for all string basses, height-adjustable, soft-rubber-covered adjusting arms.
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I really do like the stand.. It is sturdy, holds my 3/4 size bass just fine and is not obtrusive for me to play the bass while it is in the stand..
I suppose with so few products like this on the market, that is why it is so expensive.. I know this sounds cliche but I would have given it 5 stars if the price were even just $75. In terms of quality, I do think this is a bit overpriced for what it is.. Still, I am happy that I have it. In terms of market demand, it is one of only a few on the market and it just seems to be much better than the Hamilton solution so I will say that If you need it, I think this is the one to go with..
My second stand was a super rugged stand from On-Stage. It is practically indestructible (It's still perfectly functional after more than a decade of use) but it wasn't until I got it home that I realized it only holds the bass with the endpin up. Laying down the bass to adjust your endpin between sets on a crowded stage stinks. Not to mention how impractical it makes switching between upright/electric. It also makes it inconvenient to grab the bass at home and try out an idea really quickly (which is the main reason I store my bass on a stand at home)
This stand seems to be the best of both worlds so far. It's far more rugged than the Hamilton but it holds the bass with the endpin extended. I'm quite happy with it.