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Based on 10 Reviews
Reviewed On: 02/23/2019
I have a similar experience as the other two negative reviews. The stand would slip down more easily as the year went on. After 1 year , the metal adjustment screw finally stripped through the plastic screw hole and the stand will not stay extended any more.
Yes | 21 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 05/08/2017
I received this music stand just a few days ago so I cannot vouch for it's long term quality. I ordered the stand in blue but was disappointed to see the color blue that is displayed in the picture on the website is not at all what the actual blue color is. The picture shows a light blue/aqua color, while the actual stand is your standard "school blue". I will be exchanging this music stand for a black one. Other than that, it's a great, sturdy music stand at a nice price.
Yes | 139 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 05/04/2015
This Gig-and-Go Folding Music Stand is the sturdiest, best music stand I've ever seen, and for a great price! I have bought several others, and have seen many others that people use. This one is, by far, the best. It's very sturdy, yet light-weight and has the best bag. The stand and the bag last and stay in perfect condition through a lot of use.
Yes | 633 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 11/08/2014
I have to agree with another customer review. Initially this seemed like a great stand, better than others I had previously seen...plus it came in blue! In less than one year the adjustment screw to hold the legs in place started stripping and it wouldn't stay up. Like other customers, my husband switched it with one of the other screws. Now, three years into using this stand, none of the screws will hold, so it is useless. In addition, the bag never was the right size to hold the stand. It ripped within the first month, so my grandmother made a new, more durable carrying bag. I would now purchase this stand again.
Yes | 809 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 10/19/2013
At first this seemed like the perfect stand, folds up compactly enough and was very sturdy, which I liked. But within a year the adjustment screw to hold the legs in place started stripping and it wouldn't stay up. I switched it with one of the others, and that one stripped as well. I have one left, and then the stand will be completely unusable. That means I will have gotten about 4 years of use out of it. Which I suppose isn't awful, but given the cheap old aluminum stands would last for decades, that isn't good enough for me.
Yes | 835 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 04/11/2013
This is a slightly sturdier, more stable version of the classic folding stand. It is not quite as compact and you will have to be attentive to collapsing every adjustable part as you put it back in the case. It does fit the case well, and I had none of the problems another reviewer had. I am purchasing another for my gig partner. One word of advice especially for parents: if your child is seriously studying music, spring for a nice stable Manhasset stand that they can pile loads of music on, for the home. These portable stands are okay, but they don't have that "serious practice space" level of usefulness.
Yes | 879 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 10/03/2012
This stand seems fine when set up, but it is MUCH longer and more bulky than most other folding stands when folded up. If you're going to be carrying this around at all rather than just leaving it set up in one place, it's worth an extra few bucks to get one that folds down smaller.
Yes | 867 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 04/05/2012
My student has this stand and I think it is wonderful! It folds up to carry easily but its very sturdy unlike lots of other folding stands. It also can go very high.
Yes | 892 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 01/25/2010
Sounds like Dorthy just got the wrong bag sent with her stand. I ordered the same stand 0n 1/22/10 and the bag that shipped was atleast 2" longer then the stand. This stand is a lttle heavier then some folding stands, but it is by far the sturdiest. Very solid and plenty wide.
Yes | 878 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 12/04/2009
This stand is sturdy and adaptable, but it folds up to a minimum of 21", which would be fine, except that the "handy carrying case" is only 19" long, so it is really useless. I've had engineers and PhD scientists try to fit the stand into the case, with no success. If anyone had figured this out, I'd like to know.
Yes | 837 people found this review helpful
Asked On: 08/12/2020
Hi Anita, thanks for your question. The music plate measures 19.6" x 11.5". Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
Yes | 11 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 11/24/2017
Hi David! The stand measures 27" in length when folded. The tilt-lock mechanism is a rotary knob which allows you to adjust the tilt of the stand. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
Yes | 88 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 10/30/2017
This stand weighs 3.2 lbs. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
Yes | 91 people found this question helpful