Very sturdy, easy to assemble and takes very little space to store
I am familiar with Donner brand products as a musician and was looking for a portable solution that was also a space saver for my home studio for both piano and MIDI recording. This stand was exactly what I was looking for. No tools are required, simple to assemble and the solid design is safe and sturdy on carpet, wood or cement. The bars are adjustable and can accommodate an 88 key keyboard. Fully collapsible and folds up to store and take with you to a studio or gig. Includes a hook for your headphones. Note: Go easy on the knobs when pulling and adjusting to the desired length and height. I’m impressed and would highly recommend this Donner Keyboard stand that hit high notes in my home studio.
I love this keyboard stand. I am a beginner keyboardist. I started off with a 66 key and recently upgraded to a full size 88 key keyboard. I was thankful that this stand was adjustable. It was easy to turn the knob, slide it to the wider width, and tighten the knob again. I also had to adjust the height when it first arrived to find what worked best for me. That is easy to do as well. I had no problem unpacking the stand and putting it together by myself. The stand is designed to where the top can fold in for storage. It is relatively easy to disassemble all the way if needed as well. This stand seems to be top notch quality. It is my first keyboard stand, so I do not have much to compare it to. However, it is much nicer than the ones that I have seen around in stores. It has non slip foam where you place your keyboard. It is extremely sturdy and solid, yet easy to adjust and move. I love it and I definitely would recommend it.
I ordered this for an 88 hammer action keyboard and this thing opens to 35 inches in width, and for standing it rises to over 34 inches. It was easy to assemble as basically it has 3 large parts and no tools are needed. The stand is perfect for heavy keyboards like ours that weighs over 55 pounds. Got to give this item 5 stars as it is heavy duty. All the hardware fits perfect. The stand by itself assembled weighs about 20 pounds of steel. It came delivered double boxed. Totally worth it for the money. Wonderful!!
I produce music in my spare time and I needed a heavy duty stand that could take the pressure when I'm feeling "in the zone". So far, this stand has been just that. I love that it's adjustable since I have a 49 key and 61 key midi controller that I switch back and forth between. The stand itself is heavy, which is a good thing in my opinion, but might not be a good fit if you're looking for something to travel with. Assembling the stand was really easy. I had it out of the box and assembled in 10 minutes.
In less than 5 minutes, I had this all put together and ready to place my keyboard on. Provided that you assemble it correctly, a keyboard will rest sturdily and firmly without moving on this stand. I had the legs further apart for more stability. All pieces appear and feel sturdy and stiff, able to support the weight of most typical keyboards. It's also designed to fold within seconds if not being used. The knobs that click and hold the adjustable length bars in place do so in a quality and secure manner. I thought it was nice that the tops of the bars were padded with a soft foam. This does a good job of absorbing any vibrations while using a keyboard.
It was incredibly easy to put this together. It only took a couple of minutes. It has a nice, sturdy feel to it. However, it's not super heavy. I put this together in my room and was able to easily move it through the hallway into my daughter's room. You can easily fold and unfold it, so it's great if you have to transport it. My daughter changed her mind a couple of times on the height and the width. Luckily, it's not difficult to adjust the settings. You just unscrew the little knobs a litte and then pull them outwards. The only negative thing I can say about this keyboard stand is that the product page mentioned included accessories, such as a headphone hanger, keyboard straps, and non-slip foam, but my box didn't include any keyboard straps. The keyboard seems to be resting safely on the non-slip foam; however, when a product page says something is included, I expect it to be. Overall, this is a very sturdy and well-constructed keyboard stand which is easy to move and store.
It's very easy to put together. Be careful opening it, just as the packaging says. The three pieces all have sliding pieces in them and can come out when you open it, so if you aren't careful, you can quickly loose control of the piece. It went together very quickly and looks great. It's plenty tall and greatly adjustable.
It's very simple to assemble, strong, adjustable, folds flat for storage or transport, looks good, and comes with a bracket for holding a pair of headphones. It's great for keyboards, single-unit electronic drum sets, and anything else that you might want to support with it. In my case, the "anything else" is a large, heavy whiteboard that I place on this stand near the wall. This stand comes very close to the wall, has rubber pads to keep the whiteboard from slipping, and can easily take the weight. I have a Yamaha digital piano that is heavier than the whiteboard. This stand can handle anything I throw at it with ease. I'm pleasantly surprised. Highly recommended.
I've used other stands that I have thought were supposed to be sturdy and easy to assemble and whatnot. Thank goodness for this particular stand it's three pieces that get put together with a few knobs. It's super easy to raise and lower and widen. It's the type of item I wish I had a long time ago when I was first playing. There's plenty of leg room and there is no wobble which is a big plus for me I want to feel like my weighted 88 key piano can feel sturdy and I don't have to worry about it with this stand I highly recommend it.
Keyboard stand is easy to assemble and fit my keyboard. Sturdy and durable. Tons of leg room.
Mine just arrived and I could not be happier. The stand is very well designed and very stable. The quality is of a generally much more expensive brand. To top it off, it is very sleek looking and easy to disassemble and fold up. Right now there are only a few reviews and I am very pleased I took the jump, I can only imagine that Donner will dominate the stand market soon.
Mary Anne Gayford
The design of this reminds me of the mechanics of a mech from Metal Gear Solid. The quality is awesome and the intelligence put into this is fantastic. This is a fancy stand, the most fancy I've seen or used. It was easy to put together and I'm really impressed by it overall.
This is a nice, single tiered keyboard stand! Out of the box to fully assembled is just a couple of minutes. The main structures are rectangular tubing which is very strong and looks great! There are large, spring loaded / threaded retainer pins for adjusting and holding the height and width settings. They've included a headphone holder....handy! The "spreader", or cross brace has fixed pins that interlock with the uprights to hold everything in place quite well. This is a nice keyboard stand! Hope this helps!
This is a seriously nice stand that should last forever. It's expandable and locks into place in a huge number of configurations. I feel kinda dumb since I got this for my 3yo and her 44-key, but like I said, I shouldn't ever have to replace it, so maybe give a guy a break, okay?!?!?!?
This unit is strong and will take some pounding on the ivories (within reason of course). The adjustments are super easy to use - you loosen up the appropriate thumbscrew then move the part you want to resize and it snaps in place, then you re-tighten the screw and you are good-to-go. The stand is attractive looking and easy to clean around. Prior to this, I had a stand with a tube that lay flat on the floor which made cleaning under the unit more involved through needing to move it to gain access to the area underneath - this one allows a broom to gain assess easily. Lastly, I had acquired this for an 88-key keyboard (which fits with ease), and not for the headphone bracket, but am quite happy about it!