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Ultimate Support APEX AX-48 Pro
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Ultimate Support APEX AX-48 Pro

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Ultimate Support APEX AX-48 ProPublished on 06/03/10 at 14:02
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I opted for aesthetics (which I prefer the K & M).
I got a bit damaged (thin stripes) despite its packaging.
I got two types of arms, a game of 33 cm and another 45cm.
I use it with a Mo6 (10 kg) above and RD300GX (15kg) below.
It is stable but not force adapted to keyboards deep pattern type that hide the controls and display RD300GX located on the lower floor.
The solution is to pull forward the RD300Gx to see the buttons and display, it can be done thanks to the length (45 cm) lower legs.
it withstands the weight and stability is good.
I'm not embarrassed to ask a sustain pedal.
But his biggest asset is its design.
I took it with a cover in my opinion necessary because he......
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I opted for aesthetics (which I prefer the K & M).
I got a bit damaged (thin stripes) despite its packaging.
I got two types of arms, a game of 33 cm and another 45cm.
I use it with a Mo6 (10 kg) above and RD300GX (15kg) below.
It is stable but not force adapted to keyboards deep pattern type that hide the controls and display RD300GX located on the lower floor.
The solution is to pull forward the RD300Gx to see the buttons and display, it can be done thanks to the length (45 cm) lower legs.
it withstands the weight and stability is good.
I'm not embarrassed to ask a sustain pedal.
But his biggest asset is its design.
I took it with a cover in my opinion necessary because he seems to be fragile to scratches.
In the column type stand I would do this purchase because I find its superb design better than the spider Pro K & M (with adjustable arms legs spiders but I do not like).
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  • Manufacturer: Ultimate Support
  • Model: APEX AX-48 Pro
  • Category: Keyboard Stands
  • Added in our database on: 05/13/2010

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