Medium Duty Folding Music Stand with Bag

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So we offer a super-heavy duty, high-end, German-made music stand (see related items) - but it's not cheap. If you are like me, and you don't quite need a stand that could double as a zombie-killing weapon in the apocalypse, here's an option that is still tons better than those flimsy, wobbly stands of yore.

More than capable of holding your Real Book - or your Fake Book, if that's how you roll - or a big musical score, this stand has a large desk, which opens and closes easily, and rotates and tilts for easy adjustment. The stand is the "extended height" model, so it is stable when raised for standing players (I had it raised to its maximum height of about 44.5" from the bottom of the desk to the floor for the photo). But it can be lowered to a suitable height for sitting players as well.

It's nice and light (in its included carry bag, it's under 6 lbs) and folds compactly for easy travel.

NOMAD is a division of Hercules, featuring many of the patented and practical innovations you've come to expect from Hercules, but at far more affordable prices. All NOMAD branded products are covered by a Five-Year Limited Warranty to the original purchaser.

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    Medium duty folding music stand

    Posted by Clyde Stats on Jul 20th 2021

    The term “medium duty” is somewhat of a misnomer: this stand is quite robust and substantial, providing all the stability any gigging bassist needs. The stand assembles and disassembles easily and quickly and folds up into a small footprint for easy transport. The carrying bag has a shoulder strap so that your hands can be used for other equipment at load in/load out. It will easily hold your Real Book without fear of toppling over, even when fully extended (unlike my Manhasset stand that it now replaces). I am 6-feet tall and play standing up; fully extended, the table is high enough for me to read charts from while playing, even with the type of visual issues that accompany advancing age. My only complaint is that the table does not include extenders to accommodate charts more than 3 pages long.

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