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The new 2 tiered slant-style SL-820 stand features all-steel construction and a foldable design of tiers and base, designed for fast set up and fold with no loose parts.


The SL-820 features adjustable tiers that can be set at one of 9 height positions or 4 angle positions and telescoping arms to accommodate a keyboard and controller up to 16.1” (41 cm) deep, as well as drum machines and sound modules. The “V” shaped base provides room for volume, sustain, and control pedals.

A rear leveling foot compensates for uneven floors, and is designed to eliminate vibration and shaking during a performance. Also available in a single-tier model (SL/810), the SL/820 is adapted for home studio and live performance.

It has a non-reflective, powder-coated black enamel finish.

Quik Lok’s Slant Stands can be expanded by adding the SL/823 optional tier set, for in-store
display applications. Optional SL/827 telescopic mic boom and SL/825 laptop holder add-ons are
also available to complete the line.

More info at www.americanmusicandsound.com/qlk.html.
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