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Musician's Gear Folding Tiltback Amp Stand
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      Musician's Gear Folding Tiltback Amp Stand (450727)
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This tough-constructed Musicians Gear metal amp stand holds your amp in a tilt-back position where it can be heard better by both you and your audience at lower volumes. Folds flat to pack away easily.

Musician's Gear Folding Tiltback Amp Stand Features:

  • Dimensions when collapsed: 25.125" x 12.13" x 1.25"




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  • great value

    As reviewed by carrtunes on 9/8/2009

    completely flat when folded (yay) nice sturdy layout on the ground doesn't wiggle or rattle no worries about the amp falling over I might buy another just in case this one breaks apart. The way it's build, I'd expect at least 3 years of hard gigging out of it before it gets loose.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.
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  • Nice Little Stand

    As reviewed by aj on 12/18/2010

    Not a bad stand at all. Sits a little too close to the floor, but I guess I should of figured that out from the pics. However, the improvement in the sound and tone of the amp is very well worth any other deficits you might find. Just be sure to turn each half of the amp supports in the right direction because they have to be against the stops - no adjustability in the angle because you can't tighten any screw tight enough folded in the other direction to hold any adjustments to the angle. Amazing how the tilt can affect the sound you hear though; it takes away any muddiness from carpet, or it will eliminate a lot of early reflections off of a hard floor and an overly bright sound. Just sit a pair of amps side by side, adjusted the same way (same amps, such as in stereo rigs,) and listen to the difference, or compare your single amp both on and off the stand, and listen to the difference - you will be amazed if you've never used one before. Of course, any angled stand will give those benefits. This one does if fairley economically though, but is best suited for smaller combos or cabs. Anything larger that a 30 watt solid-state amp would do much better on the larger stand for a couple of bucks more. Heavier tube amps should be well-placed on the stand to ensure stability. Best for sitting practice or jams, but too low for gigs, because you risk banging your guitar against the amp while adjusting your sound, imho. Great for balancing what your ear hears between a miked amp, monitors, and any recordings made. Why do we angle monitors in the first place? Like I said, a nice little stand. You get what you pay for, and the amp doesn't have far to fall if you or the stand makes a mistake.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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  • Inexpensive...

    As reviewed by Alex on 3/12/2010

    Let me begin by saying I am using this stand now, and it works great for what I need it to do, namely to hold my practice amp pointed up while it stays in my room. It needed some modification to do this effectively though. The arms fold out more than 90 degrees, so I had to use a shim underneath the bottom arms to get them angled up higher. Also, the little stoppers the stand rests on don't stay in at all, but I don't move the amp so it is just "resting" on them. If I lift the stand up they fall out. Now that it's shimmed and in a spot where I like it, it works great, no rattle and the amp sounds beautiful from it. BTW I've got a Princeton and the size is just right.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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