M. Dee Stewart, formerly of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and Professor of Trombone and Euphonium at Indiana University, developed the innovati...Click To Read More About This Product
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M. Dee Stewart, formerly of the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra and Professor of Trombone and Euphonium at Indiana University, developed the innovative Stewart Stand. The Stewart Stand attaches directly to the instrument, giving added support and greater ease in holding the instrument. The support peg rests on the chair as you play. Designed by a player for players.
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Tried this on my Yamaha compensating Euph. The plastic tubes and plastic zip ties system used to secure the stand to the instrument kept slipping. The screw for the support rod then rotated and scratched the finish. What is pictured is not what is currently being manufactured and in my opinion is overpriced for the materials used. I returned mine. It may work for you, but it was a failure for me.
Easy to use and worth every penny! I was amazed at the difference the Stewart Stand makes on both euphonium and tuba. With weight of the instrument being transferred to the stand, I am so much more relaxed while I play. My sound is bigger and my practice sessions are more productive. I highly recommend the Stewart Stand!
As someone who doubles on Euphonium and instructs low brass students. I heartily recommend Mr. Stewart's stand to all of my students and colleagues. Its ability to transfer the weight of the horn to the stand promtes good posture which is so essential in getting the "Wind" to move.
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