The workhorse of Aria's line, the Solo keeps your music visible and well-lit. Perfect for pits, orchestras, or bands, the Aria Solo delivers bright, consistent light across a full sized part. A cord switch lets you quietly turn the light off after a gig. Includes a 120-240V AC power supply (This model is not compatible with a battery pack; for a battery operated/rechargeable model, see the Aria Brio), a 9 ft. (3m) power cord, and a one-year warranty. 2 watts.
Aria stand lights will fit on all solid desk music stands, including the Nilton Magic Music Stand (Item #1570).
- 14-inch wide light ensures that even the largest parts are completely illuminated
- Environmentally friendly LED lighting consumes less than 2 watts of power
- Lower profile provides a better view of the conductor
- Easier stowage - takes less space and can be nested
- Maintenance free - no bulbs to replace
- 90% of the light goes on the page, not on the floor
- Cool operation, no risk of burns
- Elegant design fits in equally well at black-tie functions and rock concerts
- Reduces glare for the conductor and audience
- Spring-loaded clips fit all solid-desk stands, including Manhasset, Wenger, Peak, and Hamilton
- Full-sized music turns freely
- Clears all music folders
- 120/240V AC/DC power supply (This model is not compatible with a batter pack. For a rechargeable battery-powered model, see the Aria Brio)
- 9 ft. (3m) power cord
- power switch
- light: 12V DC, 2 watts
1-Year Limited Warranty This item comes with SHAR's 1 year warranty covering defects of workmanship or materials. General wear and tear or mis-use are not covered. Non-transferable.
30-Day No Hassle Return Policy If you are not satisfied with this item for any reason, you may return it for a full refund within 30 days of purchase.
If you have any questions about this product's warranty or to make a return, please contact our Customer Service Department at 800.793.4334 or email us at [email protected]
About This Brand
Music lights have come a long way since our parents' time. Back then, the plain old 40-watt light bulb was state of the art. Put a bright light at the top of the music and hope that it reaches the bottom.
As we age, it gets harder and harder to see the notes on the bottom of the page. By the time we are 60, it takes twice as much light to read as it did when we were 30. All of this combines to make it more and more difficult to see the music.
Wouldn't it be great if there were a way to see the bottom of the page?
There is. Aria has a unique design that focuses light evenly from top to bottom to bring back the lower half of the page.
See what you have been missing and more clearly than ever before.