Ultimate Support Deltex Pro Single Tier Keyboard Stand - Long & McQuade Musical Instruments
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Ultimate Support Deltex Pro Single Tier Keyboard Stand

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SKU: # 486648
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DX-48 PRO

Sale Price: $99.00 CDN
Original Price: $199.00 CDN

Limited stock available in select stores only

The Deltex Pro's lightweight design, included single tier, and mounting attachment make it the perfect solution for performers using small and mid sized keyboards and controllers. Using the mounting attachment and Ultimate's other accessories, the Deltex Pro is also ideal for performers looking for an easy and attractive stand for laptop, iPad, and solo vocal performances.

Features:

• 5/8" Threaded Mount
• Support Arms
• FREE Tote Bag Included

Specs:

Standing Height: 45.5"
Weight: 14 lbs.
Folded Length: 49.5" (1321 mm)
Load Capacity: Stand holds 75 lbs.

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Closest StoreWinnipeg North, Manitoba
At the current sale price of $99 this is definitely a good value, but it has some drawbacks. I use this with a 61-key Nord Electro, and the stand works great. I would be a little hesitant to use a keyboard that is much heavier or deeper than this, however, for fear that it could get off balance when being played. Although it is pretty compact, light and easily transportable when packed in its carrying bag, putting it together is a bit of a pain when it comes to the front T-bar for the legs - it needs to be inserted perfectly straight, which can be hard on a dark stage. The upper arms go in very easy however. A nice feature is the adjustable height, which can pretty much go anywhere from the lowest seated position to standing up. The legs do get in the way of foot pedals, though. All in all, a compromised stand that does what it does well, but has pretty restricted uses. I wouldn't pay full price for it, but at $99 it's worth it in my opinion.
Posted by anonymous on Jul 13, 2018
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Great stand0 of 0 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StoreToronto - Long & McQuade Pro Studio and Broadcast, Ontario
Great stand for small to medium keyboards, controllers or a laptop. Seems steady enough even with my 72 key midi controller. Looks great and is lighter and cheaper than the 2 tier full size version. As the description explains, it is not for full sized heavy keyboards or electric pianos. My only criticism is that the legs don't angle away from the player. Though I don't need space for a sustain pedal I do foresee stubbing my toe occasionally.
Posted by Tim on Apr 12, 2018
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Not solid enough1 of 1 customers found this review helpful

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Closest StorePort Coquitlam, British Columbia
For a product called "Ultimate Support" this is NOT a solid stand. I used it once and hesitantly put my expensive keyboard on it. It shook each time I played it. The biggest drawback, outside of the lack of stability, is the fact that the main bracing leg on the bottom is right where any reasonable keyboard stand designer would know is where the sustain pedal goes. Only upside is it looks cool and break down easily. Returning it tho!
Posted by Martin Mayer on Feb 19, 2018
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