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  • Stagg MXSA1 Adjustable Mixer/Keyboard Stand

    You could even use it for a DJ station. The possibilities are endless! Adjustable legs and width.
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  • Roland KS-18Z Keyboard Stand

    Roland's new KS-18Z Keyboard Stand is attractive, easy to transport, and sturdy enough to hold even the heaviest 88-key keyboard securely. Setup, teardown, and transport have never been more convenient.
    $99.99
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  • Roland RMS-10 Music Stand with Folding Legs

    The stand's height and desk angle is easy to adjust as needed, while the wide retaining shelf is great for supporting large books and music scores. The folding legs and adjustable desk make the stand easy to transport, and metal construction provides exceptional stability and lasting durability.
    $39.00
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  • Stagg Collapsible Vented Music Stand

    Dimensions: 47.5 x 34.5cm / 18.7 x 13.6 in. | Tubular stand with folding legs, steel construction | ABS leghousing | ABS connector clamps | Height range: 70 to 110cm / 27.6 to 43.3 in | Weight: 2.9kg / 6.39 lbs | Colour: Black.
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  • Gearlux Music Stand Plate with Arm - Small

    Say goodbye to stand clutter. Big enough to hold a smartphone or small tablet, this compact Gearlux Music Stand Plate with Arm will clamp to your mic stand and give you room to rock out. Works great on boom stands.
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  • Gearlux Portable Guitar Stand

    Austin Bazaar is an authorized Gearlux dealer.
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  • Stagg 3-Section Collapsible Music Stand

    Height range: 50 to 112 cm (19.6 to 44") | Tube diameter: 8.5 mm (solid), 11 mm, 14 mm (0.33", 0.43", 0.55") | Leg tube diameter: 3.9 mm (0.15") | Music rest dimensions: 50 x 28 cm (19.6 x 11") | Base: Solid tripod | Adjustment parts: Plastic | Weight: 0.8 kg (1.76 lb) | Colour: Black.
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Musical Instrument Equipment

While musical instruments are certainly important tools for musicians, there are some accessories that can help you learn and perform an instrument more effectively. Some of this equipment helps protect the musical instruments or the musician. Other items help with pitch and rhythm both before and while playing.

What is a metronome?

Part of learning to play musical instruments involves developing rhythm and the ability to keep a steady beat. A metronome helps by ticking at every beat. There are both digital and mechanical versions of these devices that can be adjusted to different speeds and rhythms. This is a necessary tool for both beginners and advanced musicians regardless of the specific instrument.

What are the different types of cases for musical instruments?

While some guitar cases are specifically designed to fit the shape of an individual instrument, most guitar players use standard cases. These cases vary in the amount of protection they provide. Some examples are as follows.

  • Gig bags are light and portable. These consist simply of a soft bag that is in the general shape of a guitar. Gig bags usually zip closed and have straps to carry the instrument on your back.
  • Chipboard cases are basically cardboard cases for musical instruments.
  • Hard shell cases can be made out of molded plastic, plywood, polycarbonate, or fiberglass with soft padding on the inside. The fiberglass style can be used to bring musical instruments on an airplane without worry.
What some different types of music stands?

Stands are a common feature of any studio, orchestra, or band practice room. These contraptions hold the sheet music for each musician. Some types of stands are described below:

  • Folding stands: These are the most basic and are most often used by students. Made out of wiry metal frames, they collapse and fold up to fit in portable sleeves.
  • Non-folding stands: These are not as easy to carry around as folding stands but are much sturdier. These stands can usually twist and move up and down. They are made of solid metal and hold their form.
  • Digital stands: This type is technologically advanced. It displays the music on a digital screen instead of using paper sheet music.
  • Lyre stands: Marching bands commonly use these stands. They attach onto the instrument to hold small sheets of music while the musicians are performing.
  • Conducting stands: A conductor's stand has advanced features like extra room, a wider ledge, and storage compartments.
Do you need ear protection when playing musical instruments?

At their loudest, many musical instruments produce sound above recommended healthy noise levels, so some type of ear protection is recommended, especially for people who spend many hours practicing. Being able to properly hear the sound from one's own instrument as well as other musical instruments in the ensemble is also important. Musician's earplugs filter the sound, which makes it quieter without distorting the sound.

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