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Hercules Stands Alto/Tenor Sax Stand with Bag   

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The Hercules DS530B alto/tenor saxophone and flute/clarinet atand features a folding yoke that sets up and tears down in seconds using a secure pin. ...Read More

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Solidly holds your instruments and folds up compactly.

The Hercules DS530B alto/tenor saxophone and flute/clarinet atand features a folding yoke that sets up and tears down in seconds using a secure pin. Flip up the adjustable backrest to change positions instantly to accommodate alto and tenor saxophones. The backrest allows for one-piece packing. The yoke and backrest are covered in specially formulated Foam (SFF) rubber to protect your instrument's finish. 2 peg holes on the legs allow you to add pegs for other instruments (pegs not included). Swivel legs fit around other equipment on a crowded stage and fold up compactly. Includes carry bag

  • Fits alto or tenor sax
  • Adjustable back rest
  • Swivel legs
  • 2 extra peg holes allow stand to hold other instruments (see available pegs)

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Solid, compact stand with a slight design issue


from Germantown MD

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Comments about Hercules Stands Alto/Tenor Sax Stand with Bag:

I've had mine for quite some time, and I love how study it is (if you can get over how your sax will rock slightly in the stand), and how compact it gets. Great for gigs where I use public transit! However, at my last gig, my tenor fell backwards a few inches toward the floor, because the stand toppled-- One of the two legs that fold backward and lock had slipped forward within the yellow metal triangular base because I had moved the sax and stand as one about a foot or two! Fortunately, there was just a slight "thunk" as I caught the tenor, and the bow bracing stopped all damage. Since then, I took a pair of large vice grips and pinched the tabs at the back corners of the yellow triangle brace closer to each other, so that when you lock the fold-out legs into their position, they'll LOCK again, and won't limply drift back forward into the collapsed position. I'd still recommend this stand, as long as you make sure the fold-out legs don't have any play, and you tighten the yellow metal tabs. I'm docking it one star because of the slight forward-and-back play in the stand, and because of this issue with the leg-locking.

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