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Stand for an orriginal K88

 
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Bachus
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 12:11 pm    Post subject: Stand for an orriginal K88 Reply with quote

After swapping the keybed of my orriginal k88, i still have problems. Of keys getting slightly stuck to the housing

Putting the kronos on a flat table removes all these problems. Seems my stand allows the wide k88 to bend a little in the middle..

Now i am looking dor a new stand, a table model that allows stackking the pa4x on top..

I found the K&M 18953 its a stagepiano table model

Now i am wondering if anyone got experience with this model and the orriginal k88?


(Anyone recognises the problems i am having with the k88 and this stand?)
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macluit



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PostPosted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 1:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello
Perhaps the stand of an SV1 is ŕ solution
Had the same issue with my 1st Kronos
The Kronos 2 is situated om an ŕ selfmade stand, fully suporting the keybed, no issues
THE SV 88 on his own stand, no issues

Ben
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