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This keyboard stand was specifically fashioned to bolt directly to many of 's PSR and EZ models of portable keyboards. Offering excellent stability and a collapsible design that's convenient for travel, this L3C stand is perfect for those seeking a secure keyboard stand at an affordable price.

Keyboard stand recommended for: 's PSR620, PSR520, PSR420, PSR340, PSR330, PSR320, PSR270, PSR248, PSR230, PSR220, PSR190, PSR160, PSR140, PSR78, PSRK1 Entertainment Station, the DJX MIDI Portable Keyboard, and EZ Series keyboards. 's model number: LC3

Get your portable keyboard off the ground or rickety table when you buy this affordable stand today.

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This stand is just right for the PSRE423. Attachable, foldable, and sturdy. There's no way to adjust the height as far as I can see, but that can be countered by adjusting the height of the keyboard player's seat.
The best feature is that the PSRE423 keyboard can easily be attached to this stand using the provided thumbscrews, and no tools are needed. It folds up, making it easily portable.
Nice and sturdy. I don't have a problem with the keyboard rocking back and forth as I play.
Worth the money to have a sturdy stand you can attach a keyboard to.
.At first I thought this was a superb piano stand for the psrE423. The unit screws in rock solid and is light with super small footprint. It's like a sllimmed down version of the design used on the orignal Fender Rhodes piano(but, without the height adjusmant).

Then, I sat down to play and it just felt so very tall. I thought I wanted to return it, but hesitated because it's structual form and function is 5 stars all the way.

I've decided to keep the thing. After some thought, I figure their must be some reason for the tall playing position. As it's set up now, I can fit my kick drum, sus pedal and guitar am under it comfortably. And I'm thinking maybe it's sized to have an organ playing feel or something. I took one star off on my rating because it's not height adjustable. Then I added one because it's so inexpensive.
.My PSR - 248is 10 - 15 years old. Listing said the stand would fit all PSR keyboards; I decided to take a chance with my old keyboard figuringI could ualways return it if it didn't fit. I was stand arrived and fit.Wurks well in myy home office / studio.. An excellent inexpensive value keyboard solution if youn have a PSR,


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Have a DJX PSR-D1. Fits perfectly! Pulled it out of the box and had the stand mounted within about 2 minutes! Very easy to mount. Nice design... Does not get in the way of legs or knees like "X" style stands.


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Depending on the need, the screw in operation is quick, easy and timesaving, but prolongs folding down time for transport. Snap-lock is more convenient, but would need to be more sturdy and secure. Over all this stand serves its purpose and meets the need without complaint for undemanding conditions - I'm satisfied with it for home use.
.Fit my old school YPT-200 just fine.
.Fast connecting to the keyboard, and it is light and portable.
.I use this stand with the NP-11 in a home studio it is perfect,holds the keyboard tight it does not sway.Plus I am tall it fits me perfectly,this stand is well made and definitely worth the money.
.Remarkably sturdy for the price . Better than x-style as more room for legs when sitting
.If you bought an MM6 keyboard, please believe the package insert that clearly says, "Please note that the Keyboard stands L-2L and L-2C cannot be attached to the MM6, due to the absence of any screw holes." Unfortunately, I thought that someone must have fixed that problem, because my keyboard has the correct screw holes. What it did not have was the threads inside the holes. Therefore there is nothing for the screws to grip to. So just because the bottom of the keyboard looks ready to attach to this stand, it won't. Furthermore, the stand isn't quite square with the base of the keyboard. I thank Custom Guitar's Friend for crediting me back, but I do wish the manufacturer would have set up the bottom of the keyboard to accept this stand.

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