Compact, portable, and strong.
Ultimate Support's tripod-base Amp-150 Genesis amp stand is extremely stable, holds up to 75 lbs, has 3 tilt angles, and its arms and legs fold up for portability.
Mic Boom Attachment
There's no need to carry an additional mic stand when gigging with an AMP-150. There's a built-in mic boom attachment at the top of the height-adjustable stand! Just add your favorite boom arm (or a gooseneck) and microphone, and you're ready. Great for both live sound reinforcement or for recording in the studio.
Three-Position Tilt Stand
Featuring three tilt positions, you can aim your amp exactly where you need it when using an AMP-150 amp stand. You'll be able to hear high frequencies at much lower volume levels on stage and in practice, and the sound guy will have better control over FOH sound since your amp is no longer facing directly forward.
Stable and portable
The AMP-150 is one piece that quickly folds into an ultra compact, 3.5" x 18" unit. Take your stand anywhere and never lose parts again! And, the sturdy tripod base holds up to 75 lb. - it's the perfect addition to your small to mid-sized combo amp.
Patended leg-locking system
Genesis Series guitar and amp stands feature a unique, patented leg-locking mechanism. When setting up the stand, unlock the legs, unfold and lock the legs in place for worry-free stability and strength. When finished with the gig, unlock the legs, fold, and lock for easy, compact portability. The ingenious leg lock eliminates "floppy leg" syndrome.
The AMP-150 is one piece that quickly folds into an ultra compact, 3.5" x 18" unit. Take your stand anywhere and never lose parts again! And, the sturdy tripod base holds up to 75 lbs - it's the perfect addition to your small to mid-sized combo amp!
The right amp tilt can make a lot of difference. Order the Genesis Stand today.
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Comments about Ultimate Support Amp-150 Genesis Amp Stand:
This amp stand works very well and takes up almost no space. Concerns... although it's rated for up to 75 lbs I think my 51 lb H&K amp is about the most I'd want to put on it. The highlights? The portability, the three positions for "tilt" and the fact that you can add a short boom to mic your amp and not put another stand on stage for doing that. My band plays a lot of small venues so less mic stands is a good thing. Overall, very, very, happy with the stand.
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