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Based on 3 Reviews
Reviewed On: 09/08/2015
Very nice, sturdy, stable. Won't get tipped over if someone bumps it. The desk is plenty big for a music folder. The extra shelf is very handy (but a bit unattractive though I don't know why it bothers me :) The felt lining on the shelf is very nice to keep items quiet. I only have two minor negatives: the felt was wrinkly in spots and it could have been trimmed more neatly - I was able to take care of both of these. The other issue is that it arrived scratched in a couple places - not all the way down to bare metal but into the paint/coating. Whoever packed the order added my other items into the box with the stand without wrapping them and I believe that's what caused the scratches. It's really a drag to have my brand-new, expensive (for me) stand to arrive already scratched.
Yes | 704 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 07/23/2015
As a student & parent, I bought this for strength, stability, height, and storage. Other reviewers say that it falls apart. While we haven't had this stand for more than a month and we almost never move it from the practice space, we love that it is strong enough to hold 5 + music books without difficulties and has storage space for pencils, practice mute, etc. It met our needs so much that we are thinking of purchasing another.
Yes | 295 people found this review helpful
Reviewed On: 04/08/2013
I am really glad that I spent the extra money to get a quality stand. This one is very sturdy, and I love having the extra shelf to rest my bow and my tuner. It's a great stand to keep in my music room
Yes | 353 people found this review helpful
Asked On: 02/03/2017
The screw heads are slightly raised from the desk but do not affect the usage of the stand. Thanks for your question!
Yes | 97 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 02/03/2017
The base of the stand is metal but does not scratch the floor with stationary. To avoid scratching, you may need to lift (not slide) when moving the stand. Thanks for your question!
Yes | 94 people found this question helpful
Asked On: 09/05/2016
Hello Bella, thank you for your question! I can relate, as I am well over 6-feet and play violin! The Hamilton Trigger Studio Stand when fully extended, reaches 52" (4 feet, 4 inches) where the music rests upon the stand (where the desk meets the top shelf/lip). This would put the middle of the page at eye-level for someone who is about 5' 6". Personally, I could make do with that, but I purchased a Peak PSM50, which extends to 58-inches at the bottom of the desk - the 6-inches does make a difference for me. I hope this helps you find the stand that will work best for you!
Yes | 109 people found this question helpful