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Roland Digital Piano Stand White

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Roland's KSC-44 is a matching stand for the Roland FP-4 and FP-7 digital pianos.

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Roland's KSC-44 is a matching stand for the Roland FP-4 and FP-7 digital pianos.

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RolandDigital Piano Stand
 
3.0

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(5 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Buy for Appearance - OK If You Leave the Keyboard Attached

By Lyle Diefenthaler

from Perrysburg, OH

Comments about Roland Digital Piano Stand:

A little pricey but if you want a matching appearance, it looks very nice. The legs are very thick but the cross piece is thin and the joint between the cross piece and leg is weak. This means the keyboard needs to be attached (4 bolts) for the whole unit to be strong. When the keyboard is detached, there is danger of the joints on the stand being bent and damaged. Handle with care! So if you plan to leave the keyboard attached to the stand, no problem. But if you plan to detach it often, don't move the stand around without the keyboard. Also, the 4 bolts need to be fastened or the keyboard just sits on top of the 4 metal brackets and could slide off. The legs of the stand are also not very wide, which means the keyboard could be tipped over with a big enough bump. For travel, we also bought the Proline PL-400 double-X portable stand which is very sturdy with a wide base and is more stable than the KSC-44.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Nice stand, but pricey.

By guitarman28

from CT

Comments about Roland Digital Piano Stand:

Construction. Particle board with high quality laminate on outside. Metal threaded inserts for fasteners, and metal brackets. (better quality than typical assembly yourself particle board furniture)There are only three parts to this stand. Heavy side legs (about 1" thick), and a thinner board that goes across the back. This board mounts to the two legs with metal brackets. The two legs mount to threaded inserts in the underside of the FP-7 (I didn't even know there were inserts in there!) There is also a headphone hook (included), and the ability to mount a CD drive to the underside of the FP-7Boards are laminated on all sides, so it looks good from any angle. Good fit, perfect color match to FP-7. (at least the black one is)Stability is good even on carpet, although I am going to mount a hidden bracket behind it to the wall to ensure my toddler can't pull it over.I am very happy with the stand. Only gave it bad marks for value, as I think it is a bit pricey.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Matching stand for FP-4 & FP-7

By guitarman28

from CT

Comments about Roland Digital Piano Stand:

I tentatively bought this stand for my FP-7 as I wanted something that would look pretty good in the house, be stable, and allow me to sit at a bench while playing. There are no reviews or detailed descriptions to be found, so here is mine:The stand is heavy plywood (about 1" thick on legs), and probably constructed of particle board for the thinner piece that goes along the back. All of the boards are covered in a fairly high quality laminate. This is nicer than IKEA type furniture. The stand consists of only three boards, and actually bolts to the bottom of the piano (FP-7 in my case). It would be completely wobbly if it did not attach to the piano. There are threaded inserts in the bottom of the piano made to accept the stand. The brackets between boards are fairly well designed with robust gussets. One assembled, it is rock solid. It also includes a hook hidden on the underside to hang headphones off of. There are also instructions on how to mount a CD drive if you so choose. (Who knew the piano had all of these threaded inserts on the bottom?)Mine is sitting on carpet, so it has a front to back wobble to it, but the great thing is I can attach a hidden brace to the rear of the stand to tie it to the wall. A regular scissor stand is always going to wobble on carpet, and it is just too dangerous to have an unstable weight like that with a little one in the house.Overall, I think it is a good product, just too expensive for the materials it is made of. It was packaged extremely well, so you probably won?t have to worry about scuffs or dented corners. I am keeping mine. I hope the review helps.

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