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Sir Duke - The Jazz Essemble Library Series Level 4
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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 this stand for a musical theatre pit gig and was frustrated at how the parts kept getting stuck together. It's now broken b/c I had to ask so many people to help me with untwisting. Turns out WD-40 would have been handy so if you buy this stand, keep a can of WD40 handy.
The instructions for assembly are in picture form only (no words) and I found them confusing. And the ability to hold extra pages is in a wire form and not sturdy enough for my pages.
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.
The only good thing about this stand is that it folds well and doesn't take up much room once it is folded away. Less room in the landfills. I used this stand last night at a gig and it kept falling while I was playing (music was light) and the leg kept coming off. I really would like to get my money back for this stand because it is a piece of junk.
It was so bad that the other people in the orchestra were getting frustrated with my stand as well.
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.
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!!!
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.
A great improvement in looks and portability over the older heavier solid metal stands. There are two difficulties I have found. One, the legs can fall off if the stand is moved, tipped over or otherwise disturbed. Two, the plastic slide on lip that hold the music is too flimsy. A light weight metal would be a vast improvement.
Otherwise, a great stand.
I love, love, love this stand. After years and years of using the basic, flimsy, ugly standard wire stands, this stand is the stand to replace all of those. The construction is solid, it extends higher than any simple wire stand, looks great, and if you play outdoors at all, you can use magnets to hold your music instead of clips that never hold or just tear music! For the price of two or three wire stands (which any high performing musician will go through) the value of this stand is worth it!
I bought this stand before going to college. I have found it worth every penny. It adjusts in every way a typical stand does and is very sturdy. I use it regularly at basketball games and other odd location performances. My pep band director is even considering buying a set for the pep band to limit the number of wire stand issues (i.e. falling down the bleachers) If you have any need for a portable stand this is the one to get.
If you expect this stand to be as stable as a standard studio stand, but as portable as a wire stand, this is not for you. If you expect to be able to run over it with your truck and remain undamaged, forget it. If you expect to play outside in a gale and not have it blow over, this stand is not for you. Simply, it does what it does well: compromises between weight, portability, stability, durability, and usability.
I use this stand frequently indoors and outdoors, and it's especially nice for the times when I have to have an extra stand at home for guests. I especially like the retractable "wings" that let you spread out music sheets.
As for assembly, I don't know why anyone should have a problem with this. It's almost intuitive. Disassembly, the same. And to make it easy to pack it all away, just put a piece of tape on each leg and the base so that, when the parts are in proper position, the strips on the pieces are aligned.
As I wrote, it does what it does well.
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