Stand for Smaller Rack Units

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  1. Silvertongue

    Silvertongue Supporting Member

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    OK, potentially dumb question. I'm a guitarist, converting my rig into a Kemper rack setup.

    My rack will only be about 6 units and I'm not going to have a 4x12 cab anymore, so I can't put it on top of that. My question is, what stand or device do you guys use to bring the actual rack to a proper usable height when playing live? I don't like the idea of having to bend over every time I want to edit something, and I feel like I've seen artists with stands, but I can't find anything online (probably looking for the wrong thing).

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. JMMP1

    JMMP1 Supporting Member

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    While I haven’t had this come up yet, I’ve seen some folks use a keyboard stand and adjust the width for the case, or use a stand that has straps and can support the rack on those straps.
     
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    looper309 Supporting Member

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  4. OilsFan

    OilsFan Supporting Member

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    I use an Onstage Stands keyboard stand which sets it at 36" high.

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    I've used one for 10 yrs, its almost my favourite piece of gear.
    Rock solid, stable and always the same height so my back never gets hurt.
     
  6. pale fire

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    I have used an amp stand; this also has the benefit of tilting the rack up towards you a bit
     

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