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  • "On Stage" Monitor or Amp Stand

    For better stage monitoring of your sound, better coverage for your audience, and protection of your expensive speakers, you might want to consider getting your gear off the floor.

    Meet the ON STAGE RS7000 Tiltback Monitor/Amp Stand.

    From the ON STAGE website:

    A perfect choice for various stage and studio amplifier applications, the tiltback feature will rest your gear on black velveteen rubber pads for the best grip and reinforcement of your sound.

    The A-frame construction makes this stand extremely secure and stable when holding equipment and gear. Non-slip rubber feet and a locking cross brace keep the stand, and your amp, firmly in place.


    - Padded support arms fold down for quick and easy storage
    - Non-slip rubber feet
    - Friction locking knob quickly and easily adjusts shelf height to 5 different positions
    - Locking cross brace adds strength and support. The single hinge allows legs to fold quickly and easily for storage and travel
    - Entire stand breaks down into 3 pieces and will lie flat for storage and travel


    - Applications: stage/studio amplifiers and monitors
    - Height adj.: 17" to 24"
    - Weight capacity: 152 lbs.
    - Upper and lower arm length: 12"
    - Width: 12"
    - Base Spread: 15-1/2"
    - Construction: all-steel
    - Color: black powder coat finish

    This would make this a great stand for home use, too. Imagine you live in an apartment and the people downstairs are easily frightened by the thunder that always rumbles down through the floor.

    What a courteous neighbour you would be if you were to lift your amp off the floor!

    This stand is essentially made for combo amps - you'll need a rack/mixer stand if your gear comes as separate components.

    I read a bunch of user reviews on this stand because I'm considering getting one myself, and people seldom give it fewer than 4 out of 5 starts, so it must be pretty good.

    Depending on where you search, there is a very wide range of pricing - everything from about $35.00 all the way up to $80.00, so make sure you shop around before you buy.

    Oddly enough, the highest price for the RS7000 comes from the manufacturer's website itself. Amazon has them for $35.00. Go figure.

    Anybody already have an amp stand like this? I'd appreciate your input!

    On Stage offers many other products, so have a look!


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