Ultimate AMP-150

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Amp Stand

  • The amp stand AMP-150 offers 3 different angle settings for optimal adjustment of the beam angle of the amp
  • Thanks to the existing 5/8" thread at the head of the tripod, an additional gimbal can be mounted for the microphone pickup
  • Transport dimensions: 457 x 89 mm
  • Maximum load capacity: 34 kg
  • Weight: 1.4 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Suitable mic boom (Article 281636) and suitable reducer thread for 3/8 Mic Boom (Article 104949) not included
available since April 2009
Item number 225193
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Type Amplifier Stand
Color Black
33 €
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MrEtw 03.07.2015
Neat little device, folds up small, holds a 50w 1x12 valve combo with no problems. Some debate about angling up combos - if you elevate them ( put them on top of a flight case or chair or beer crate) then they are nearer to head height and you will find yourself turning down. If you tilt them then you get a similar effect but the naysayers say that single speaker combos are so directional that the sound carries on to the ceiling ( especially if you are on an elevated stage) more than it does to the audience. If you are moving from having your combo on the floor to this or any kind of stand ( even a beer crate) you will notice the decoupling effect which usually means you lose a lot of low end. This is, however, a more consistent tone from venue to venue.

I now have a Laney combo with its own tilt mechanism so not using this now but the Ultimate stand is perfectly tough. It isn't wobbly at all but with a hefty push it would be easier to knock over than if your combo was on the floor. On the other hand perched on top of a beer crate isn't the safest either.
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Compact, stable, well built
naidsy 02.01.2020
This is a lovely piece of kit. It folds up nicely into a gear-bag, and support the amp well. If you are playing with other people and find yourself either nit able to hear yourself clearly, or being asked to turn down by bandmates, get one of these and face the amp towards yourself. This points it at you and means you can hear yourself clearly without blasting the rest of the band!
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Broken- kaputt!
Disappointed! 04.10.2019
I had an 18 kilo tube amp on the stand- it is rated for 34 kilos. The back leg broke after using it for one year. Maybe I used it 10 -15 times. What a shame- it was too good to be true!
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Good for smaller amps
Anonymous 13.05.2016
I've had this stand for about 3 years and I always keep my amp on it. It is solid enough for smaller amps, at about 20kg.

I used it with two amps, a 2x10" and 1x12".

The mechanism for opening and closing is pretty cool and easy to use.

However, the 2 support legs (or bars) which extend (on which the amp will sit on) were not at the perfect angle, so the amp is not using its whole base to sit correctly on these bars. To fix this, you can try to "manually adjust" them by bending a bit, or to add some foam or such at the top, which will reduce the tilt angle slightly.

I would say it's a good overall product and it definitely helps to point the amp towards your ears.

If it were lost or stolen however, I'm not so sure I would buy this model again, maybe only because of the price and ease of transportation.
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