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On-Stage Stands Trombone Stand
On-Stage Stands' trombone stand keeps your 'bone at the ready, at a price that can't be beat!
This professional-quality trombone stand is built with a spring-loaded bellow for safe support of your instrument.
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35 of 35 found the following review helpful:
Trombone standJun 01, 2005
By Ronald D. Lahr
I purchased this trombone stand because of its cheap price, rather than spending $70 for a nice one. I have a Bach large bore trombone with an F attachment and the stand just isn't sturdy enough. It hasn't fallen over on me or anything but it just doesn't feel strong supporting the extra weight of the F attachment. For a small bore / student trombone it works fine. I tried my old trombone on the stand and it does the job well. It really depends on what kind of trombone it will hold.
If you spent thousands of dollars on a nice trombone, I would recommend investing another $50 for a top-of-the-line stand to protect your instrument.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Great for Trumpet, too!Dec 19, 2012
By Andrew D. Bales
I play Trombone and Trumpet in a ska band (Facebook.com/SBombSquad) and needed something to prop my horn on that I wasn't actively using. This was the PERFECT purchase. Great buy.
3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
good standFeb 16, 2010
I've had one of these stands about 4 years. I've used it for small bore and tenor-F horns without a problem. When I first got it, I adjusted it to hold both size horns, and when I take it to a gig or rehersal, just fold the legs down and don't touch anything else. At that point, it's the same length as my trombone case and carry both in the same hand. The footprint is not quite as large as my old Hamilton, but has not been a problem. The cons... 1 if you remove your horn quickly, the spring on top can make a lot of noise (like a pogo stick, boing boing) which was heard in the audience during a quiet string passage. And 2 if the floor is not level, your horn will rotate and bang the slide into a leg. Neither of these happened with my Hamilton, but this is less than half the weight and easier to carry. Overall... good stand, I like it.
Trombone stand stands aloneApr 19, 2013
My purpose for purchasing the stand was to use it for my purple P bone that I also recently purchased. For that I give it a five star rating. That's not to say that it's the best around for a professional brass model bone. It seems sturdy enough but a real brass bone is not something to take a chance on. The only thing that I can foresee being better about it would be if the base of the stand was a bit heavier.
Does the JobApr 03, 2013
By M. Smith
I am a retired senior and an active musician, I have played (traditional jazz) for many years and play several gigs every week, but I recently sustained an injury to my left thumb (overuse-playing banjo) and may need to change instruments so I am a beginning trombone student. I recently purchased a jiggs pbone (which I like very much) and this economical stand seems to do the job I need it to do supporting it.
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