I'm wondering why the Roland-made stand for the FP80 (called the KSC-76) is only available in Europe?
Can anyone shed light on why we can buy the FP80 and FP50 models through the standard channels in the U.S. (Sweetwater, Guitar Center, etc) ... but can't buy the stand?
Very weird to me.
Perhaps Roland America felt that there wasn't sufficient demand to bring the stand to the US?
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Are you saying there are no stands for the FP-80 to buy in the US?
EDITED: Google KSC-44 search result.
Not sure I understand your post - do you mean that the KCS-44 fits the FP-80?
That would good info if its the case (I see you have an FP-80).
Just noticed those are for the FP-7f
The only stands Roland offers for the FP-80 are these
in the options tab.
The KSC-76 shown is not offered in the options on the Roland site. Sweetwater.com
has one to offer though.