Most damage to upright basses occurs while the bass is on the ground in a pit orchestra or dark stage.
Protect your bass!
Order Your Bass Stand:
•1" thick foam seat: very comfortable.
•Rubber-coated edges protect your bass.
•Optional $28 basic gig bag with shoulder straps.
•Made from strong, exterior grade, formaldehyde free, medium density fiberboard.
•Interlocking design for maximum rigidity and strength.
•Did we mention strong? See a picture of our 500 pound stress test below!
•Easy to assemble and disassemble. View the video at left and/or scroll to view photographs and print a copy of the assembly instructions.
•Please note: the first few assemblies will be more difficult than usual, see the assembly instructions for more information.
•Helps prevent player-fatigue and minimize injuries from improper technique.
•Our unique design allows the feet to comfortably rest on the bass of the stool (see lower-left picture), resulting in a more natural and proper Bass playing position than with any other Bass stool.
•Enables even young children to comfortably play the bass.
•Height from the floor to top of the Bass Stand seat: 291/4" (74.5 cm).
•Clearance from floor to the bottom of the bass rib is 61/2" (16.5 cm). This is the maximum clearance for the endpin when the bass on the stand.
•Weight is 19 lbs. (8.6 kg).
•Music Schools: the cost of 4 Bass Stands is less than a standard four-up Bass rack. These stand/stools can be purchased through the general school furniture budget rather than through your orchestra budget.
•Made in the U.S.A.
* Weight Test *
Note the 10 - 50 lb net weight cement bags
placed on a bass stand!
The Basic Gig Bag For Bass Stand/Stool
Basic bass stand bag.
Basic Gig Bag for Bass Stand/Stool
Cello & Bass Stand/Stool Assembly:
Steps 1 & 2
Start by laying the two side pieces
on the ground with the cross-piece between
them. Assemble each side piece by rotating
it up into the cross piece notch.
1) The photo at far left shows the cross piece with one side lying down and ready to be rotated up.
2) The photo at immediate left shows the side piece after it has been rotated up and into position.
NOTE: The first few times you assemble and disassemble the stand it will be somewhat tight. We build these stands with exacting tolerances, which is why the stands are so solid and can support so much weight. Over time the assembly and disassembly process will become easier, while the fully-assembled stand will retain its rigidity.
Align the cross brace/seat assembly with the four slots in the rear part of the frame. It is very important that all four slots align properly. The four slots and their corresponding notches are circled in the photo at left.
Again, the first few assemblies will be somewhat stiff.
Once everything is aligned, push down firmly to fully seat the brace/seat assembly. The stand/stool will become rock solid.
Notice in the photo in Step 3 how the seat is hinged up in the front? This is very important for disassembly! To disassemble the stand/stool: grasp the front and back edges of the seat and pull up on the front edge while pressing down on the rear. The lever action will allow the cross brace to be extracted from the slots.