On Stage RS7500 Tiltback Amplifier Stand Reviews

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On Stage RS7500 Tiltback Amplifier Stand

On Stage RS7500 Tiltback Amplifier Stand

  • Heavy-duty steel tripod base adjusts to accommodate various sized amps
  • 5 tilt positions allow for optimal sound
  • Includes a 5/8″ threaded end for mic or boom
  • Weight Capacity: 100 lbs.
  • Mic Mount Height Adj.: 23″-37″

The RS7500 Tiltback is constructed with a heavy-duty steel tripod base that adjusts to accommodate various sized amps. More importantly, it features 4 tilt positions that allow for optimal sound. The fold-and-go RS7500 is perfect for the road and it even includes a 5/8 inch threaded end allowing musicians to add a mic or boom. Both the black velveteen rubber amp holders and foam padded collar that slides along the upper shaft protects the amp from scratches and dings.

List Price: $ 49.99

Price: $ 29.95

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3 Responses to “On Stage RS7500 Tiltback Amplifier Stand Reviews”

  1. 1
    JVincent Says:

    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This is a GREAT stand!, September 3, 2010
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    This review is from: On Stage RS7500 Tiltback Amplifier Stand (Electronics)
    I was honestly skeptical before actually trying it. The specs seemed as if it would support my very heavy, very expensive hand-made 1×12 cabinet and matching head. It seemed the only design that would allow me to tilt back the pair and it absolutely delivered. The upright support in the back extends quite a bit and the protective foam is moveable and can be positioned at just the right location. I am truly impressed and after using this weekend after weekend with a gigging band can soundly recommend this product.

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    Nathan Says:

    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Sturdy stand, but I’d like more tilt, May 9, 2012
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    Nathan (Moreno Valley, US, Canada) –
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    This review is from: On Stage RS7500 Tiltback Amplifier Stand (Electronics)
    First off, a nod to Amazon–the item was at my door 29 hours after I submitted my order.
    The stand is ready to set-up right out of the box with no assembly required. All the pieces seen very sturdy and I had complete confidence setting my 2×12 combo on it. I was easily able to adjust the height of the back column to my amp’s height with the amp on the stand.
    The only con in my opinion is that the amp does not tilt back far enough to monitor adequately on a small stage where I need to be in close proximity to my amp. This won’t be a big deal for most people, but id makes a difference for me.

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    jmhr Says:

    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great concept, so-so construction, October 7, 2011
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    jmhr (NJ) –

    This review is from: On Stage RS7500 Tiltback Amplifier Stand (Electronics)
    I love this stand. I am really disappointed in the cheap, designed-to-fail, bolt-in hardware used to adjust the telescoping rear leg.

    I think this stand can last a long time if you don’t adjust it much, but how much better would it have been had they designed one of those pressure collars with a flip tab, so you are not limited to the holes drilled into the rear leg? The other hardware isn’t much better.

    For a $50 (list price) stand, On Stage took the cheap route rather than the quality route. Well, it’s only an On Stage product, not Hercules, K&M, or Atlas, or Ultimate Support. Cheap stuff, a budget brand, trying to pass as a name brand.

    Great idea though, and the price is right at $25 street. Hopefully a better make will put out something more road-worthy.

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