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    Quote Originally Posted by kohanmike View Post
    A stand for photo lighting to hold a flood lamp or a flash. I add an adapter to attach a mic quick release mount.
    Thanks, Mike.
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    On a crazy whim, I bought a beautiful walnut (colored) wooden music stand. I like it a lot, but I hardly ever use it. It's downstairs in the dining room, and I play upstairs in the music room annex (bedroom).

    I'm keeping it because it's so nice looking. Maybe someday I'll find a use for it.
    Kala "Spalted" baritone - Lo D GBD
    Kala tenor eight string - gG cC EE AA
    Gold Tone tenor banjolele - Hi-D GBD

    Luna "Peace" concert - Lo-G CEA
    Flea "Red" concert - Hi-G CEA

    Kala "Exotic Mahogany" soprano - Hi-A DF#B
    Mahalo yellow "Smiley" soprano (Dad's Day gift) - C
    Ka-Lai Pineapple soprano (old) gift - C

    Thank the Lord for the memories about the good old days.

    God gave us old age so we wouldn't mind dying so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rllink View Post
    I wonder how this one compares to the Peak? I have three stands just alike, and they are those cheap chrome folding stands that have been around forever. I bought a microphone stand at the pawn shop and the three came with it. They work, but are not particularly stable. I would like something a little better.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Adjustable-O....c100005.m1851
    The Peak stand folds up smaller, making it a little easier to carry. I wish the straps on the Peak carry bag were a little longer so I could sling it over my shoulder, but the Peak stand is reasonably light, given its size and sturdiness.


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