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Jeanette

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Can anybody recommend a stand for the keyboard. I've been advised to get an X Frame double braced style. Any makes to avoid?

Jx
 

tenorviol

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It needs to be one where the height is easily adjusted and which locks unambiguously into place...
 

spike

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My goodness you've got more buttons to press than keys to play, does it play itself ? ;)

Can anybody recommend a stand for the keyboard. I've been advised to get an X Frame double braced style. Any makes to avoid?
I've got a couple one's a single and the other a double X-brace both from "Quik Lok Systems".
Judging by the size of your keys the double would probably be the best bet.
 

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Double brace stand is the best bet I have had a Ashton (Aussie designed, made in Asia I thinK) one for over 15 years, nice and sturdy and takes a fair weight...

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My turn to go keyboard! I just ordered a PSR-EW463 that should be here within 10 days or so. My son might use it more than I, be ut I still intent to try it. It will be based in my den anyways and I can play it quietly at night with headsets. So that's really good. I'm hoping that it'll help me work on transcribing... If this lockdown continues, or we keep working from home, I'll have some time to give it a good try.
 
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I've not played mine for over a year!

Moving house and new job got in the way

Jx
 

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Can anybody recommend a stand for the keyboard. I've been advised to get an X Frame double braced style. Any makes to avoid?

Jx
My son started off using his mum's ironing board as a stand. Didn't affect his playing but I always looked scruffy with no proper creases in my trousers.
 
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