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K&M 18860 Spider Pro Black

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Keyboard Stand Spider pro

  • Further development of the Spider keyboard stand
  • Improved stand tilt to make playing a second keyboard more comfortable
  • Sturdy aluminium profile column
  • 4 Aluminium tube feet
  • 2 Levels for keyboard
  • 2 Extendable support arms per level (max. load 35 kg)
  • The bottom two support arms are horizontal
  • The top two support arms are inclined at a 15° angle
  • 3/8" and 5/8" thread connection for microphone boom
  • Optimal leg room and space for pedals
  • Continuous height adjustment (without fixed increments) of supports
  • Feet and support arms can be folded for transport
  • The Spider can be equipped with further support arms
  • Dimensions: Height 1310 mm, Depth of supports: 300 mm - 475 mm
  • Weight: 11.34 kg
  • Colour: Black
  • Optional transport bag available: Article Nr 162690
Keyboard Supports 2
Disponível desde Setembro 2004
número de artigo 172894
€ 268
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Anónimo 29.01.2017
é o melhor tripé que ja usei ate hoje, nao quero outra coisa
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The most useful Spider in the World
Anónimo 23.11.2016
Couple years ago I've stuck with the problem: usage of 2 keyboards simultaneously needs good solution. Standard "X"-styled stands are really not good. They can be really good for 1 keyboard, and even quite stable and comfortable. But them are not suitable really, if you use 2 (or more) keyboards at the same time. Different stands have their own problems (most of them were born in attempts to solve some other problems :) ). As result - these solutions are really not good enough (or at all - depends from specific model).
And, some time ago, when I look for Nightwish concert, I noticed quite interesting and unusual stand, which stays as rock, surviving the storm of emotions of Tuomas Holopainen. I starting to looking for this magic stand, found it in different groups, and finally, catch the frame with close-look for this stand, where I was able to read name - Spider. All other - just a technical question. And for now - I'm happy owner of Spider Pro.
It stands without any movements, when I perform, using my two keyboards (important note - one of my synthesizers has weight about 15.5 kg (!)), the only little problem, that arms, which hold keyboard slightly springy under during performance, but this is not a problem at all.
Another great feature of Spider Pro - this is a module system. I use Sheet Music Holder, which can be easily attached in a couple of seconds by one hand movement - very comfortable!
Height adjustment is another great function. You can fix "arms" for keyboards or any other additional modules at any suitable level without head-acke for changes in distance between arms, angle of "second floor" etc. You can just slide holders of Spider downward and use it at any needed height, so you can perform sitting or staying - without any problems or inconvenience.
When Spider Pro is folded - it just a compact pillar.
And last (for my review, not for Spider) greate thing - this stand takes much less place on stage, then other stands, and save for me possibility to use place under it for pedals or foot-switches.
The only thing - is quite big weight (about 10-11 kg), but this is reasonable price for incredible stability on stage!

Summing: Incredible, stable, compact, module, adjustable - this is the 5 words, which should appear in the mind, when you speak about K&M Spider Pro. Thanks to it's creators!
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Stable as a rock, but check first your equipment
Luca_It 17.01.2020
After having a problem with a traditional stand, I decided to invest in something professional, such as the Spider Pro.

I was not disappointed by the quality of the stand, but there are some quirks that should be considered when buying this item. First of all the plus.

- It is stable as a rock, even on wood stages.
- It looks impressive.
- When coupled with the carrying case, it is a delight to move. Very useful to carry it over your shoulders.
- Materials are fine, no scratches at the moment.

Now for some choices which may be relevant to you or not. The two tiers of the stand are different, the first one (the lower one in the picture) is flat and has no stoppers, while the upper one is inclined and has stoppers. The height and lengths of the arms is adjustable, not so the angle or the inclination. With my main group I play with a keyboard and a flight case with the hardware modules. This was a bit of a problem, because you need the flight case to be horizontal. The solution was to switch the lower and upper tiers (it can be done), so that the upper tier is now horizontal. Luckily my keyboard is not so heavy (88-keys master keyboard) so it fits nicely in the inclined tier. The rack barely fits in the upper tier, I have a security cable with holds my rack in place, to avoid the case sliding. The solution works well.

If you have smaller keyboard, since the angle between the arms cannot be adjusted, consider also buying additional ad-hoc pieces, which you can find in Thomann shop.
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Overpriced and won't get used.
Inkvis 16.07.2021
First- it's too heavy and there isn't even a carrying handle in the middle. Instead there is an optional canvas case that will probably be useless after a couple of months..
2. The build!! It comes with a screw on top for a microphone. I put a 'gooseneck on the thing, only to have it fall through the stand on the floor, so I had to take the plastic bit off to be able to put the nut back. What a ridiculous setup- haven't the people heard of epoxy resin to keep a captive nut in place, or is that a forgotten item in Germany?? The circlip that holds the nut cracked on removal...

3. And the screws holding the plastic cap.. Self-tapping screws??? Have the people never heard of Machine Screws?? Screwing back the top plate cracked it, so I had one fabricated out of aluminum, re-drilled and the self tappers thrown away and replaced with machine bolts. Do they have a quality control department or are they all sick with Covid? I'll post it for sale on of the local selling sites here in Spain.
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