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Yamaha L3C Collapsible Bolt-On Keyboard Stand
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- Stand bolts on in three places giving the open leg desk style feel.
- Bolts directly to many of Yamaha's PSR, YPT, Piaggero (NP), & EZ Portable Keyboards
- Excellent stability
- Collapsible design for easy transportation
- Height 27.75"
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This stand was specifically fashioned to bolt directly to many of Yamaha's PSR and EZ portable keyboards. Offering excellent stability and a collapsible design convenient for travel, the L3C is perfect for those seeking a secure stand at a highly affordable price. Height 25.63". Recommended for PSR293 and below, DJX products, PSRK1, and EZ Series keyboard products.
Top Customer Reviews
I would also give it a zero if I could, as it was arrived with parts missing, plastics ripped off and broken tight screw.
I was impressed that the box was heavier than I would have expected.
If there is a 50/50 chance of getting it right, there is a 100% chance I will get it wrong.
If they had just showed the diagram alone I would have had it together in 5 minutes.
But no, they had to print instructions in Chinese translated English.
First problem I had was finding the screws as many others have reported and as I had anticipated from other reviews.
Other people said they were in the legs. so I picked up each leg and shook so I could hear which one they were in, to no avail.
I figured logic would have it they would put them in the rubber capped arms. Nope.
20 frustrating minutes later my wife heard me cussing and said "What are these things screwed in the end of the legs?"
I said, "Some kind of adjustment things, thanks, I have it under control." As she walked away she said, "I think those are the missing screws."
Next in the instructions it said "short end of arms towards outside of stand."-- Whatever that meant. Just enough to mess with my head.
Half hour later I had it together.
I put the keyboard on it and it was like reaching up for Ape hangers on the old Harley you never owned. I thought why is the lowest setting so high, for a giraffe? I had the half moon perforated Height adjuster pointed down to the left rather than up to the right as pictured. Easy fix.
Anyway a couple of pointers for others who buy this.
1) there are 2 pair of round pipes with rubber ends. The shorter pair are the upper arms. The longer pair are the bottom feet.
2) The upper shorter arms differ with narrow and wider bolt holes, One goes on inside pair of legs and one on the outer.
3) Repeat of above for the feet on bottom.
4) The extra round chrome washer that wont fit over the square part of the carriage bolt goes in between the 2 legs to keep them separated slightly.
Instructions leave a lot to be desired. but the product is very solid to hold your keyboard, inexpensive and I am happy in the end.
A Yamaha PSR-series keyboard is 3-inches to top of keys, so if the stand is set at the second position, keyboard height is about 28-inches, about the same as a piano. Adding an intermediate height would be as simple as drilling a 15/64" hole through an upright on each side.
Stand is sufficiently sturdy, and very well designed. Simple assembly consists of unfolding top and bottom of each Z, attaching adjustable cross-bar between the Z's; it fits into a U-shaped receiver on each side, where it attaches with a single threaded knob onto a welded bolt. Width is infinitely adjustable from 22-to-35 inches (dimensions from package). A horizontal flange extends outboard from the top of each Z, drilled for bolts (included) to attach keyboard. The holes are about 1-inch outboard of the Z, so if manufacturer's width spec is correct, it would accommodate a keyboard whose mounting holes are 24-to-38 inches apart.
It's all steel, except for plastic knobs attached to steel nuts or bolts. Threaded parts are deep and it looks like it could survive being repeatedly assembled and disassembled, thought that's not in my plans.
Includes touches I wouldn't expect at this price, such as rubber pads on top to protect the keyboard, soft spring-loaded ball bearings to latch the top and bottom of each Z into position. Utilitarian in appearance, decent construction quality (China), flat black painted finish.