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What is the special pricing
for churches, schools, and multiple orders?
The cost of the first stand is $43.95 for Adapt-A-Stand,
$64.95 for Adapt-A-Stand II plus freight (a good approximation
is around $8).
If a second stand is shipped with the first, no freight charge
is added for the second stand.
How are the shipping
The shipping costs are added to your
bill. Please inquire before sending check or money order to verify
shipping amount. We will need your shipping zip code to determine the
If you send a purchase order number, the shipping cost will be added to your
Please tell me if the
"Adapt-A-Stand" can be used on the small music stands of the Schafer
and Yamaha "home" pianos. (where the stand folds down after the
piano lid is raised (rather than recessed).
The stands work very well on the U1 and
U3 Yamaha Upright Pianos. They have the fold down lip stand that your
question refers to. It also works very well on the fold down Young Chang and
Kawai K series. I have not seen the Schafer and Sons but I would assume it
is similar to the others. Most of the the users
of these pianos request a slightly shorter stand (height-not length). It
lays better than the taller stand.
How do I order a custom length
Call 641-357-3307 or send an email to Adapt-A-Stand
to inquire. Many upright piano users request a
smaller height dimension.
I use a Yamaha studio piano, the
build of the Yamaha makes page turning very hard to accomplish as it
?catches? the pages when you try to turn them and thinner books bend in the
middle. Does your product prevent this problem?
Our product is designed to correct the exact
problem that you are experiencing. The best stand would be the standard Adapt-A-Stand
but about two inches shorter (in height).
What do you have for
The Adapt-A-Stand was also intended
to be placed on most organ music desks. A simple test to determine its
suitability is to lay a yard stick or similarly long piece of flat material on
the current music desk. If the yard stick can be placed there without
interfering with the areas adjacent to the music desk then the Adapt-A-Stand
will work. Ideally, two yard sticks or similar material would be taped
together to simulate a 46" width. If the standard length interferes, the
customer orders a special length to fit the application. This is done at no
charge to the customer. Another concern is the location of the music lamp.
consoles have the music lamp built into the lower part of the music desk. If
this is the case, the black ABS material will not allow light to pass through
to the music. A clear acrylic material can be used to allow light to
pass through. For acrylic, please inquire.