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David Pedd:
My pastor contacted me and asked if we can improve on the current mic stand that is used by those who play the piano and sing.

The stand is a cheap tripod-base stand with a cheap boom arm.

I'm guessing the users have difficulty in adjusting and getting it to stay in position.

Any recommendations?

Ray Aberle:

--- Quote from: David Pedd on October 15, 2018, 11:58:07 AM ---My pastor contacted me and asked if we can improve on the current mic stand that is used by those who play the piano and sing.

The stand is a cheap tripod-base stand with a cheap boom arm.

I'm guessing the users have difficulty in adjusting and getting it to stay in position.

Any recommendations?

--- End quote ---
Do you want to stay with something ON the piano, or is a floor standing boom mic stand acceptable? There's different options based on how much your pastor is willing to spend. :)

-Ray

David Pedd:

--- Quote from: Ray Aberle on October 15, 2018, 12:17:52 PM ---Do you want to stay with something ON the piano, or is a floor standing boom mic stand acceptable? There's different options based on how much your pastor is willing to spend. :)

-Ray

--- End quote ---

The piano is an upright.  Not sure of the options for that.

The current stand is floor standing.

Jean-Pierre Coetzee:
Maybe find out by the pastor what the exact issue is that he would like solved. For a cheaper option look at Hercules stands, I have quite a few of their tripods and they seem to work just fine. More expensive options can be found by searching the forums, the topic of mic stands have been discussed to death here.

Robert Lofgren:
If the stands loses its balance due to extending it too much then a stand sandbag is a great option.

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