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Petersen Folding Music StandThe folding Peterson Design sheet music stand is made from black, injection-molded ABS plastic. Its design is light yet impact resistant, collapses into a portable size, has adjustable desk angle, and sets up and takes down in seconds. The Folding Music Stand's height adjusts from 25" to 41" and pull-out extensions provide 4-sheet capacity.
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I bought two of these and didn't mind the plasticky feel at first. Pretty soon bits of both began to break, despite only light, infrequent use. The round grip that sets the height split on both and we used gaffa tape for a while but then the legs' mounting section began to fall out of the central tube. Sometimes a leg would fall off if you lifted it to move it. We've now consigned them both to the bin and I'm looking for two new portable but sturdy stands.
Received by Petersen Folding Music Stand October 16, 2009. Once assembled one of the legs kept letting go and the stand would fall over. It takes some time trying to get the legs to stay fime and not let go. Could be a big problem at a gig. Plan only to use at home for practice. Every time you move the stand location one of the legs fall off. Big Problem!!!
Hate to be negative, but I have 2 of these stands. The price is right, but one continuosly tips over when a leg gives out of the track - with no more weight than RealBook 1. The other stand suffers from a split tension ring. I can only use it when I am sitting and willing to strain to see the music on the un-extended lowest level. That one also will tip over when a leg moves out of the track, though less often.
Overall I would'nt waste the money on this product. All I have encountered is at least one leg falling off when I go to move it. The other is it only has two positions full up or full down. I could not imagine this thing holding up a REAL fake book in the full up position and having to write some notes only to have it slide down. You get what you pay for.
I purchased this stand along with the matching bag designed for it 2 years ago. It is now broken. :-( As I read in someone else's review today, the legs are sometimes difficult to remove and that is exactly where my stand just broke. There is no way to fix it as the legs slide into a plastic slot which just partially fractured away. I also found that my accessory tray (which I love and fits on a standard Manhasset stand) would not fit on this stand which has a larger center pipe. Also, the slide on tray that comes with this stand is much too narrow and I have had music fly off of it even at indoor concerts because it will not accommodate much music. I also have trouble getting the case to close properly with all the parts inside. I am usually the LAST one to leave after cleaning up my "stuff" after a concert.
I bought this stand about three years ago because it was on sale (in the neighborhood of under $30) and for its presentable looks and portability. Once you get used to it, it doesn't take too long to assemble. The metal legs also ensure a sturdy base. There are also hidden, wire extensions that increase the size of the desk, in case the score opens up and the pages go beyond the shelf. My main complaint is all the plastic, particularly the shelf; it seems as though it cannot take too much weight and placing a heavier folder or thick binder filled with music on it feels risky. I hope that they improve on this in the future, because it's a nice idea for a stand.
I have owned my Petersen Stand for about 7 years.
Not unexpectedly, two fiber spacers have disinegrated, emailed Petersen Designs to find if they were available and, if so, the cost to replace spacers. They sent them by return mail, at no cost.
It's a great idea, but the quality is poor. The locking mechanism for the desk hinge jams up, so you either can't tighten it, or the desk can't be folded or unfolded. But the biggest problem is with the legs. The tops of the legs have a wedge that fits into slots on the center tube. There's no positive locking of the legs into the stand, so the legs fall out very easily when you move the stand, or just lightly bump it. As a result of falls, I've had the wedge on one leg break off. Petersen sent a replacement leg, but the problem remains.
A music stand that so readily falls apart is not acceptable in a performance environment.
This stand was a piece of junk, it's made of cheap plastic, is bulky / not very portable in its folded form anyway, and mine got stuck in a half-open position and would not budge. I returned it to WWBW less than a month after buying it and now I have a "port-a-stand" http://www.portastand.com/ my wife gave me as a gift that I am 100% pleased with. I love WWBW, but don't buy this product, it's worthless.
I appreciated the aluminum extension when I took the stand on a tour in Europe. It was excellent for getting the necessary height for the percussion row. This stand holds most of the heavy music very well, but the available "junk" tray will not fit on it. In addition, we bought it some time ago and have found that the plastic parts can be broken easily, especially around the legs. Finally, temperature often causes various parts to "jam," so taking these apart can be nearly impossible after a vigorous rehearsal. Keep improving it. Thanks.
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