On-Stage KS7350 Folding Z Keyboard Stand


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On-Stage KS7350 Folding Keyboard Z-Stand

The manufacturer says they've designed this stand for 55 key keyboards and up, however many 49 key keyboards will also fit - check your keyboard width and compare it to the specification below before buying it for a smaller keyboard.

The On-Stage KS7350 has some features that gigging keyboardists will appreciate including the Center Box with independently adjustable widths allowing you get it level and with more sturdiness even if the surface you're on is slightly uneven.

It also breaks down into flat sections which makes it easy to transport.


  • Load capacity: 375 lbs
  • Height: adjustable from 24" to 38"
  • Width: adjustable from 21" to 36"
  • Depth: 16.75"
  • Construction: ¾", 1", 2" welded tubing
  • Weight: 17.35 lbs


Many professional keyboardists attest to its suitability for regular gigging citing its reliability, sturdiness and ease of use particularly when it comes to setting up and breaking down at gigs. Many expensive and heavy keyboards including 88 key Nord and Kurzweil keyboards have been reported to work quite well without any stand wobble when played hard.


A couple of people reported that it wasn't deep enough - make sure you check the specifications above if you have a deep keyboard. A few people complained that they didn't receive assembly instructions, and a few tall players said it wasn't as high as they would have liked. There were no other consistently reported negatives other than a few people with shipping issues.


If you need a reliable single tier Z stand and will be transporting it to and from gigs, then this could be your best option.

Although this was previously on our recommended list, there are now more highly rated options available which you can see in our guide to The Best Keyboard Stands.

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