As a musician, you know that in order to play intricate compositions at the top of your game, you have to feel relaxed and comfortable every step of the way. Of course, musical instrument and accessory brands like Musician's Gear, ProLine, Gator and Casio are fully aware of this, and it shows in the exceptional design and construction of their benches and stools. Whether you're a concert pianist or a studio session guitarist, these benches and stools were made with your hard-earned skills in mind.
With that in mind, what instrument do you play? If you're a keyboardist or pianist, you'll see quickly that this section is loaded with benches and stools that are as stylish as they are comfortable. Looking for something in the $40-$80 range? Check out the On-Stage Stands Keyboard and Piano Bench. This classic black bench is made from durable, quality wood and boasts a 1.5" cushion with strategic air vents. Or, for something in the $100-$200 price range, take a look at the Musician's Gear PB39 Adjustable-Height Piano Bench. Sporting a high-gloss finish with black velvet top, this popular bench can be easily adjusted from 19.3" to 23.23".
And guitarists have plenty of choices, too. For one, there's the On-Stage Stands Adjustable Throne. Ideal for practice sessions and recording in the studio, this stool is a very pleasant way to enjoy honing your most complex scales and chord structures. Or, if you're a bassist or cellist, turn your attention to the K&M Performance Stool. Featuring a leather seat that can be easily angled, a footrest and a strong pneumatic spring that allows you to change its height while sitting, your posture and technique will surely improve when you start playing on this stool.
Honestly, your best bet is to take a load off and spend some time in this catalog; you'll know the right bench or stool for you when you see it. The simple truth is that when you have a talent to share with others, nothing should hinder your performance. Thankfully, the benches and stools here will provide you with all the support you need to concentrate on what you do best: play music!