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Thomann Amp Stand

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Stand for amplifier

  • Foldable and tiltable
  • Stable support for guitar amps, bass amps and cabinets
  • Ideal tiltable back construction for stage, studio, rehearsal room and touring
  • Sturdy steel frame with foam padding and rubber feet
  • Folds flat and compact for easy transport and storage
  • No tools required
  • Maximum load capacity: 50 kg
  • Dimensions when folded (H x W): 64.5 x 35.2 cm
  • Dimensions when unfolded (W x D x H): 35 x 3.2 x 65 cm
  • Weight 1.7 kg
Available since May 2020
Item number 479829
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Type Amplifier Stand
Colour Black
£16.90
Including VAT; Excluding £10 shipping
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Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Friday, 26.07. and Monday, 29.07.
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It is OK but, for the money, it is excellent.
John879 05.06.2020
I have used it for my JCM 900 1x12 combo and it works very well. For the price it is excellent.

It is reasonably robust and doesn't present any worries for what is quite a heavy and bulky 1x12 combo. I'm not sure I would trust it with anything bigger though. It isn't adjustable but the angle and height off the floor is pretty much spot on for my rig so, if I could adjust it, it would probably end up where it is any way.

I have other, seemingly more complex and adjustable stands, but, for all their adjustment, they don't seem to get my amp where I like it and don't give the confidence of stability that this offers. This also folds quicker and more conveniently for travel.

Not a criticism but the only tiny niggle is the arms are the same width as the feet on my Marshall so it has to sit one side or the other rather than exactly centrally. It plays with my OCD as a result but I can live with it.

It is superb value for money and I am certainly considering buying more the same for my other small amps.
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More suited for guitar amps than bass amps
JakobThy 25.08.2022
I chose this stand for its simple construction, which allowed it to be folded flat. The price was also very good.

The stand is quite sturdy and well made, but it falls a little short of its description. For one thing, it is not «tiltable», as stated in the description - it has one position only. The description also states that it’s suitable for «guitar amps, bass amps and cabinets», which is something of a stretch. It accommodates my Rumble 500 combo - but only just, and it wouldn’t take much of a push to topple it. Bass amps and cabinets are far deeper than guitar amps, and any bass amp suited for live use (which is also what this stand is intended for) will be too deep to be truly stable on this stand. The supporting arms are also on the short side. If you’re a guitar player, this stand will work well for you - bass players should probably look elsewhere.
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Working as intended
Eldred 30.03.2023
One thing that i didn't relalised about stands like this, they rob Your combo of alot of bass, so if You play loud with a band no problem, but if You noodle in Your home alone or with backing tracks You will hear a difference, as a home player i had to sold mine because of that.
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Ideal for small amps
Issy 08.03.2022
A good amp stand that fits my 1 x 12 amp perfectly. I have no issue reaching the connections etc on the back of my amp and the amp sits securely on the stand. I am not sure that the sound quality from my amp has been improved, but the angle that the amp sits at directs the sound towards my ears instead of my legs, so I hear it better. My practice room has wooden floors and putting the amp on the stand vastly reduces noise pollution and vibrations, my neighbours and I are very happy ;-)
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