A-Frame Synth Stands

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Re: A-Frame Synth Stands

Postby selfinflikted » Thu Mar 09, 2017 3:09 pm

ClavAnother wrote:Does a Z even fold??


No, it doesn't. Good point. Didn't even consider that. :facepalm:
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Re: A-Frame Synth Stands

Postby ClavAnother » Thu Mar 09, 2017 3:11 pm

selfinflikted wrote:
ElectricPuppy wrote:I've got the Quiklok Z stands. I wish they could bet set lower, though. I likes to sits.


Get a height adjustable chair :P




For years I was using office chairs with the back removed because I needed wheels to access the large rig. I finally got this one a few weeks ago and it's great. Goes much higher

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Re: A-Frame Synth Stands

Postby MetroSonus » Thu Mar 09, 2017 3:36 pm

ClavAnother wrote:
MetroSonus wrote:Not a fan.. I have no clue why, they just don't appeal to me. I've always used Quiklok double X braced 3 tier stands.



Not a fan of what? 550? Apex? A frame?



Your generic A frame.. I guess they look like they should have laundry hanging from them.. (plink :poke: wanna shoop?) :idk: I dunno.. I consider them unsightly.
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Re: A-Frame Synth Stands

Postby christianrock » Thu Mar 09, 2017 3:56 pm

I use the Quiklok Monolith M-91 (with the 2nd tier add-on) and I think it's the best thing ever. Folds flat, too.

For the 2nd tier, I built a wood thingie where I can put all sorts of things - Maschine, a computer, and the Novation Zero Mk II, for live awesomeness. Or the DW8000 if I ever get that thing fixed...
And of course, I painted the wood holder black. Thanks, Mick.

I think I posted this here before... these are old, like 4 years old I think. I haven't had the A-90 in forever.

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Re: A-Frame Synth Stands

Postby midinut » Sat Mar 11, 2017 7:06 am

Nice playroom CR. I jelly! You've got more room than I do for sure. I was hoping to have enough room for a set of Electronic Drums and a place for a guitar player and bass player (an possibly as singer) - you know, a proper rehearsal space I guess for the occasional old band reunion/jam/get together.
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Re: A-Frame Synth Stands

Postby Plink Floyd » Sat Mar 11, 2017 10:21 pm

MetroSonus wrote:generic A frame.. I guess they look like they should have laundry hanging from them..


Here's the reduced footprint flatback model. I't looks a bit tippy to me, I'd want a rear buttress if it wasn't against a wall.

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But yeh, they are teh fugly.


MetroSonus wrote:(plink :poke: wanna shoop?)

Wut, this?



Nah mang, I like it, but can't do it.

U mean swap? I dunno, maybe, but logistics r a botch.

Unless you're driving up here for Sweetfest, or Knobcon... Is that it? It is, isn't it!???

YAY METROAR'S COMING TO TEH HOOOOOD!!!11+1

CLAV, MAKE UP TEH GUEST SUITE, I'LL STUFF TEH MANPURSES WITH GUINNESS!
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