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Yes, We use it for a full 88 keyboard.
SusanH
· December 12, 2016
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Yes it dose fit, we bought it to go with our Alleged 2 and if you check the views you will see the locking mechanism and it's a 360 year style so it will adjust to any height you need.
Charles R. Seekings
· November 26, 2016
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There is a central lever at the lower pivot point that has locking teeth. Pull the lever our to disengage the teeth and then adjust the height, then lock the teeth back into position by securing the lever. The only issue would be if you are using a keyboard less than 49 keys or so, if you lower it too much, the support… see more There is a central lever at the lower pivot point that has locking teeth. Pull the lever our to disengage the teeth and then adjust the height, then lock the teeth back into position by securing the lever. The only issue would be if you are using a keyboard less than 49 keys or so, if you lower it too much, the supports may spread too far to support a narrower keyboard/synth. This is definitely designed for bigger keyboards (61-88 keys) It works great and my daughter is now using my 70 pound stage piano in her room to practice piano whenever she wants, with headphones. Very stable and working great! see less There is a central lever at the lower pivot point that has locking teeth. Pull the lever our to disengage the teeth and then adjust the height, then lock the teeth back into position by securing the lever. The only issue would be if you are using a keyboard less than 49 keys or so, if you lower it too much, the supports may spread too far to support a narrower keyboard/synth. This is definitely designed for bigger keyboards (61-88 keys) It works great and my daughter is now using my 70 pound stage piano in her room to practice piano whenever she wants, with headphones. Very stable and working great!
Rich
· June 21, 2016
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I am currently using it to support my 70 pound stage piano without any issue. As far as break-point capacity, I am not sure.
Rich
· June 21, 2016
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There are two straps underneath with a screw attached. Those screws screwed into my bottom side of my keyboard ( didn't know they were there), and that is how it attaches. I love the stand, can go down very low too!
Peggy B
· September 29, 2016
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approx. 21" wide
T. Egan
· April 14, 2017
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Surprisingly, no. Because you sit in front of the keyboard, your knees miss the x-poles.
Suzanne Law
· September 27, 2016
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Yes it is very easy to attach your keyboard! Works perfectly. I talked with Yamaha and this is the stand they recommended.
Jane M
· April 15, 2019
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I have an x32 console on it.
jay a klein
· December 30, 2016
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Excellent stand and sturdy. Just lay your keyboard on top. There are straps but Have no need forthem here.
Crimson P
· March 29, 2019