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König & Meyer 18850 Spider
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König & Meyer 18850 Spider

Keyboard Stand from König & Meyer .

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fandemylènefandemylène

König & Meyer 18850 SpiderPublished on 05/28/07 at 16:44
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How long have you use it?
I use it for a week

What is so special that you like best?
the look, the place for the pedals, folding easy, a size that allows addition of a third keyboard, sound ...

What is so special that you like the least?
The weight, without being excessive, the stand is relatively heavy

Did you try many models before aquérir?
I worked for 5 years with a stand conventional x which I put a. I changed only because of the poor stability with two keyboards and especially the poor who look to the scene (I keep it for rehearsals)!

How do you judge value for money?
This stand is of "highest quality, in fact they even use it in concerts Nightwish, Within......
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How long have you use it?
I use it for a week

What is so special that you like best?
the look, the place for the pedals, folding easy, a size that allows addition of a third keyboard, sound ...

What is so special that you like the least?
The weight, without being excessive, the stand is relatively heavy

Did you try many models before aquérir?
I worked for 5 years with a stand conventional x which I put a. I changed only because of the poor stability with two keyboards and especially the poor who look to the scene (I keep it for rehearsals)!

How do you judge value for money?
This stand is of "highest quality, in fact they even use it in concerts Nightwish, Within Temptation and so on ... But the price is still high. I I paid 210 euros in a music retailer, however it is found cheaper on www.thomann.de

With experience you will do again this choice?
Yes, without hesitation, because despite the price it is very stable, it is beautiful, and the weight is a sign of strength also. I put 9 out of 10 because all the benefits, aluminum scratches too easily. Congratulations if k and m '
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alcoolsalcools

König & Meyer 18850 SpiderPublished on 10/22/07 at 03:43
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I have the PRO version which is identical, but one screw to mount a microphone boom to the top. Before, before I had a BABY Spider Pro silent but very much moved with my NORD STAGE 88 (20 Kg). With my new SPIDER PRO, I have a NORD STAGE COMPACT (9 kg) and a Nord Modular (5 K) and the whole is trs stable, better than the "baby". Having a 73 fullsize keys plays surment much diffrence but the weight should help the Spider normal which is heavier.

Otherwise, trs beautiful foot, I recommend black (the cables are based in like a) space for the legs and pedals, cable ties. The SETTING THE height are in millimeter.

FYI, you can not put a smaller synth Clavia Nord Modular G2 (3 octaves)......
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I have the PRO version which is identical, but one screw to mount a microphone boom to the top. Before, before I had a BABY Spider Pro silent but very much moved with my NORD STAGE 88 (20 Kg). With my new SPIDER PRO, I have a NORD STAGE COMPACT (9 kg) and a Nord Modular (5 K) and the whole is trs stable, better than the "baby". Having a 73 fullsize keys plays surment much diffrence but the weight should help the Spider normal which is heavier.

Otherwise, trs beautiful foot, I recommend black (the cables are based in like a) space for the legs and pedals, cable ties. The SETTING THE height are in millimeter.

FYI, you can not put a smaller synth Clavia Nord Modular G2 (3 octaves) above, otherwise, the synthglisse between the two arms. It may be deprecated as a foot heavy on keyboards 88 keys (my NS88 moved a little too).
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pic&pulsepic&pulse

König & Meyer 18850 SpiderPublished on 09/13/08 at 16:00
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Reu this week, I installed a third floor. It supports two very heavy keyboards (Alesis and Yamaha EX5 QS8), plus a small board that supports a few things. A total of about 60kg. moved a little but it's stable trs, trs and pretty.
With only two floors, has folds to be one kind of big bttn pais of 1.20m long.
In short, it is more convenient and a nice RTX, but a little less stable.
I am satisfied.
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  • Manufacturer: König & Meyer
  • Model: 18850 Spider
  • Category: Keyboard Stands
  • Added in our database on: 06/13/2007

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