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Good stand for Yamaha P155 that doesn't shake. #1895020
05/10/12 08:31 PM
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DanTheMan14 Offline OP
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Hey everyone. I am getting a Yamaha P155 in a few weeks, and i already own a stand for a 38 pound digital piano but i am not quite sure of the name of the stand. It has one bar on each, but it is big. The P155 is only 3 pounds more but it does seem wider. I had a dealer tell me that mine would work, i don't know if it will shake at all because it's really annoying. I seen a few people with double bar stands like the ones for workstations on the P155, but i don't know if it is necessary.

Can someone please help me know of a good stand for a 41 pound keyboard? If the one i already have will work (which i don't know the name it might be a Proline PL200.) Oh and i prefer a height adjustable stand for portability.

Thanks for any help i appreciate a lot! smile

Daniel.

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Re: Good stand for Yamaha P155 that doesn't shake. [Re: DanTheMan14] #1895041
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This is my favorite one. It works great for all my keyboards big and small inlcuding my new CP5.
And only about $50.00!

http://www.amazon.com/Stage-KS7150-Table-Keyboard-Stand/dp/B000EXIMFI

Re: Good stand for Yamaha P155 that doesn't shake. [Re: DanTheMan14] #1895117
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I use this one for gigging. Quiklok WS550. Solid and feels very hefty.

http://www.quiklok.com/catalog/?p=productsMore&iProduct=27&sName=WS-550


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Re: Good stand for Yamaha P155 that doesn't shake. [Re: DanTheMan14] #1895422
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I have the On-Stage Z-style heavy duty stand. It's solid as a rock and wasn't very expensive. I think it's model KS7350. I used to go crazy with the shaking back when I had an x-style stand and it was in the way of my legs too.

I haven't tried it, but the quicklok just mentioned above is recommended VERY often in these forums. Based on that I'd say it's a safe bet.

Re: Good stand for Yamaha P155 that doesn't shake. [Re: gvfarns] #1897361
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Yeah i will think about it, I totally agree with you on the leg space issue with X style stands. would this work for a 38-15 pound 88 keyboards? I need one also that will work for gigs. Thanks for all the help. laugh

http://www.guitarcenter.com/On-Stage-Stands-Pro-Platform-Keyboard-Stand-107236093-i1142020.gc

Last edited by DanTheMan14; 05/15/12 01:03 PM.
Re: Good stand for Yamaha P155 that doesn't shake. [Re: DanTheMan14] #1897425
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Originally Posted by DanTheMan14
Yeah i will think about it, I totally agree with you on the leg space issue with X style stands. would this work for a 38-15 pound 88 keyboards? I need one also that will work for gigs. Thanks for all the help. laugh

http://www.guitarcenter.com/On-Stage-Stands-Pro-Platform-Keyboard-Stand-107236093-i1142020.gc


DanTheMan14, I have one, albeit with a fairly light KB, the MOX8. The specs say it will support up to 230# and while I don't know about THAT much, it is extremely sturdy, doesn't wobble or rattle, there is space for pedals and your legs, and it breaks down easily. I'm quite pleased with mine.


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Re: Good stand for Yamaha P155 that doesn't shake. [Re: DanTheMan14] #1898436
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Hi Daniel, for home use I would buy the original Yamaha stand model ref.: L-140.

I used to have a P140 on it and it was nice and solid.


Regards,
Luis


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Re: Good stand for Yamaha P155 that doesn't shake. [Re: LMKawai] #1898668
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Originally Posted by LMKawai
Hi Daniel, for home use I would buy the original Yamaha stand model ref.: L-140.

I used to have a P140 on it and it was nice and solid.


Regards,
Luis


I agree, I also have a L-140 and it is indeed very solid.


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