QuikLok Adjustable Musicians Stool W/Adjustable Footrest And Back Rest - Long & McQuade Musical Instruments
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QuikLok Adjustable Musicians Stool w/Adjustable Footrest and Back Rest

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SKU: # 401516
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DX749

Your Price: $145.00 CDN

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- Perfect for all musicians, including keyboard, guitar, woodwind and brass players.
- Designed to help musicians perform in the ideal ergonomical position and reduce spinal stress and leg strain when playing long periods.
- Thick, comfortable, firm seat cushion can be adjusted in a snap to 9 height positions from 22.8'' to 31.5'' (58 to 80 cm).
- Backrest can be adjusted to multiple height and depth positions for maximum comfort.
- Convenient, non-slip, height adjustable footrest.
- Sturdy steel construction.
- Non-reflective, powder-coated black enamel finish.

Seat cushion dimensions:
Front to back depth: 12.4'' - 31,5 cm
Side to side width: 16.3'' - 41,5 cm
Thickness: 60 mm

Height positions (9): from 22.8'' to 31.5'' from 58 to 80 cm
Frame width: 15.7'' - 40 cm
Frame depth: 18.5'' - 47 cm
Fold-up size: 16.1'' W x 46.8'' H x 15.3'' D 41 cm W x 119 H x 39 D
Weight capacity: 242.5 lbs - 110 kg
Weight: 24.4 lb - 11 kg
Color: Black

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I've been using this as a piano & organ seat for the last year, paired with a Koenig & Meyer 18880 three-tier keyboard stand with one octave of bass pedals on the floor beneath. The upholstery and mechanisms all seem to be holding up well. I replaced the rubber feet with felt pads that slide across my wooden floor. I find the back rest to be uncomfortable and useless; I never touch it and only keep it installed because that's the most convenient place to store it :P Mine is all-black, and I definitely prefer it to the black-and-blue look pictured above, but it isn't an elegant-looking piece of furniture like a traditional organ bench, but the adjustability is worth sacrificing some style. It kind of looks like a piece of exercise equipment. The cushion is good enough for an hour or two of music practice, but I don't know that I would want to sit on it full-time. When playing pedals, some pants I own have too much friction against the seat for me to move my legs around easily. The height settings are 3-4cm apart, and you can use an additional pillow or foam floor tiles if you need more resolution. I use the adjustable footrest when not playing the pedals.
Posted by Chris Wilkinson on Feb 3, 2018
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