I have that one and use it for practice at home.Sorry, it was this stand that I saw being used.
What music stand is that? I need something like that in the practice space. It's a pain in the neck...literally...to have the stand on the side when I'm sight reading a lot and it's too far way when it's in front of the kit.Sorry, it was this stand that I saw being used.
They come in two widths, wide and standard.What music stand is that? I need something like that in the practice space. It's a pain in the neck...literally...to have the stand on the side when I'm sight reading a lot and it's too far way when it's in front of the kit.
So took a look at my setup last night and yeah there is no where to fly that thing off of. Seems like a good idea just not practical at least for me. Guess I'll be getting a regular standA good idea in theory, but I'd be concerned about where I have enough exposed space on a stand to accommodate the tray. There's literally no place that would fit on my existing hardware, I'd need to set up an extra floor stand in order to attach it to something without being in the way. Hmmm, just like music stands have been forever!
I don't think this would have a wide appeal for drummers.
A singer might be able to use it, just turn the tray around and mount the holder so it faces back towards you. A little tight perhaps, maybe a longer arm might help. But, that could also be distracting being mounted directly in front of the singer, not to mention the ego factor about being obscured. Singers who use lyric sheets typically have a stand off to the side a bit.
Yeah, I don't know if this has much practical use at all. Clamp-on things are cool, but a functional music holder is just too big to fit in most cases.
There is only one reason that I would not even consider the music stand you have specified - the attachment clip. This style is dependent on the old-fashioned wing-screw-against-metal method, which is guaranteed to eventually eat into the chrome of whatever stand to which it is attached. The attachment that Bob pictured is a much better alternative. In fact, if you have the space, you could simply use the upper tier of a regular music stand and attach wherever you'd like with a simple universal grabber clamp.http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000OR66MU/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=1MS6QRUQO468&coliid=I2WL77FJYIPUQS&psc=1
Needing a music stand and came across this. Has me intrigued.
Cool! Thanks!They come in two widths, wide and standard.