Got this so I can angle my Markbass 801 practice amp up in order to hear myself a low volumes when at home. Does the trick, and packs down pretty flat when not in use.
I dont think I'd trust it for larger cabs (but maybe two would be ok), but for smalller amps it does what it's supposed to. It'll work best with cube shapes, with lower centers of gravity, as larger/taller enclosures may tip over.
I've used it on a couple of smaller gigs (turns my practice amp into an onstage monitor), where I'm to close to my main amp to hear myself properly. Ran a feed out the back of my stack, into the combo and was able to get a 'monitor' feed of my bass back out to me. Bonus!
This Mark Bass Stand is very good quality and does the job well. It angles the cab/amp upwards and allows you to hear your music a little more instead of having it blasting through your ankles! Ideal for stage monitors or for single cab solutions at smaller gigs.
I would have preferred for it to be a little wider, just so it could more easily handle larger cabs. However I guess you could get two and line them up!
It folds quickly and sets up well using high quality velcro. When folded it is nice and compact and easy to transport.
There is velcro on the top of the stand so it works best with cabs that are covered in carpet (or a fluffy finish). Despite this I still use it with some hard finish cabs and it still works fine.
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