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K&M Curved Soprano Saxophone Stand  Standard 

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Adjustable folding stand for curved soprano saxophones. This stand features a reinforced plastic base and a flexible upper support arm for different ...Click To Read More About This Product

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Adjustable folding stand for curved soprano saxophones. This stand features a reinforced plastic base and a flexible upper support arm for different bell sizes. All instrument support parts are covered with exclusive non-marring plastic coating.


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K&MCurved Soprano Saxophone Stand
 
4.8

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Gets the job done

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from Albuquerque, NM

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Pros

  • Good For Quick Grabs
  • Grabs Horn Snug
  • Sits At Hand Height
  • Sturdy
  • Very Stable

Cons

  • Bulky Fold-up

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    Comments about K&M Curved Soprano Saxophone Stand:

    The stand is very stable, and sits at hand height for quick grabs. The padding grabs the bell snug so that when you put it down you are not having to check to see that the horn will stay. The fold up is a little bulky, but it is a sturdy stand that can take lots of punishment.

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    5.0

    Great Stand

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    from Oregon

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    Comments about K&M Curved Soprano Saxophone Stand:

    Well, I am currently buying one for the curved soprano, but I have a Konig and Meyer Bari sax stand and I love it. I also have a Konig and Meyer bass/contrabass clarinet stand, its also very good. They have my approval.

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    5.0

    Perfect for any musician who have lots of gigs.

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    from Cleveland, OH

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    Comments about K&M Curved Soprano Saxophone Stand:

    This stand works great especially if you switch from horn to horn. It's very well made and fits the horn well. I highly recomend it to any curved soprano saxophonist.

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    (8 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    At last, found one!

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    from Phoenix, AZ

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    Comments about K&M Curved Soprano Saxophone Stand:

    At last, a saxophone stand for the curved soprano! I bought mine last year and it works exactly as I need it to. It's stable, lightweight, and looks professional onstage. No more leaving the soprano in or on the case during rehearsal or performance. I heartily recommend this stand for all you crazy people like me who prefer the sweet round sound of the curved soprano saxophone over the nasal, oboe-like noise that is the straight soprano. Now, if we can persuade a manufacturer to make a soprano/alto and soprano/tenor double saxophone stand...

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    (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    A very solid product - works for me!

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    from Central Arkansas

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    Comments about K&M Curved Soprano Saxophone Stand:

    I have been using one of these for my Yanagisawa SC901 for over a year now. This is a very solid stand, with only one less-than-perfect aspect: the "horseshoe" is either a little too deep (or not quite the right angle). If you push the horn in until the front of the bell contacts rubber, then the side edges of the bell are not parallel with the edges of the horseshoe, so the sax is a little unstable. I have found that it sits in there just fine if I set it so that the sides of the bell rest on the rubber arms of the horseshoe. The front of the bell isn't touching anything, but it's still plenty stable because it is supported at three points - the two side edges of the bell and the front down near the bow. This aspect of its use probably varies with different instrument models, since they may have different bell angles. It's not perfect for the Yani, but it's definitely better than laying it on the case or the floor.

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