Adjustable Amp Stand, 180 Degree Angle

PI Part #: SPK-STAND-317B

Adjustable Amp Stand, 180 Degree Angle

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Product Highlights

  • Adjustable amp stand
  • Adjustable up to 180 degrees
  • Anti-slip and anti-vibration design for stability
  • All steel contruction
  • Locking mechanism prevents stand from opening up

Our Price: $57.00

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Adjustable Amp Stand, 180 Degree Angle

This amp stand features an adjustable top, providing versatility for the traveling musician when placing amps. An all steel construction that's built with an anti-slip and anti-vibration feet provides a sturdy and strong base for amps. A locking mechanism is included when breaking down to prevent the stand from opening up. Great for home studios, performances, outdoor events, amateur recordings, and professional recording uses.

The adjustable amp stand is TAA compliant, meeting the U.S. Government's Trade Agreements Act (TAA).

Features

  • 180 degree angle adjustment
  • Anti-slip and anti-vibration feet
  • Convenient for traveling and transportation
  • Great for home studios, performances, outdoor events, amateur recordings, and professional recording uses
  • Weighs 7.3 lbs
  • Supports a maximum weight capacity up to 88 lbs
  • Black color finish

UPC: 091324411092

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
(California law requires this warning to be provided to California customers)

Specifications
Angle Adjustment180°
Locking MechanismYes
MaterialSteel
Weight7.3 lbs
Maximum Weight Capacity88 lbs
ColorBlack


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