K&M 15270B Trombone Stand

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Konig & Meyer in-bell instrument stands fit in the bell of the trombone for instant, portable utility.


 
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K&M15270B Trombone Stand
 
4.1

(based on 7 reviews)

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(11 of 21 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

A good idea

By Joe-dNqzZ

from Valrico, FL

Comments about K&M 15270B Trombone Stand:

The in-bell storage is a big help when you're on the go. However, it rusts easily. Don't leave it in the bell when it's just sitting around and wipe the inside shaft every time you take it out.

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(40 of 67 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

great for travel

By Jeff-4lKE-

from Huntsville, AL USA

Comments about K&M 15270B Trombone Stand:

I was given this stand as a gift. I like it for its compatibility. I am a college student that travels frequently. Not having an extra bag for a stand is very convenient. The only drawback is is seems to be less sturdy than other stands I have used. Overall, I would recommend this to a heavy traveler.

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(15 of 28 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

convenient & well constructed

By Juel Clevenger

from Greater Kansas City Missouri area

Comments about K&M 15270B Trombone Stand:

Like the idea of storing it in the horn's bell. One less thing to keep track of. One thing to watch out for is the small end when placing the trombone on the stand. I put a small dent in the bell by not placing it right in the center. My trombone has a sterling silver bell and is extremely fragile. The problem was solved by pushing on a rubber cap about 3/4" in diameter on the top end. The cap must be removed when storing the stand in the horn however. The other comment is it would be better with 5 legs like the trumpet stand.

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(65 of 112 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good Product

By Dave Taylor

from Fredericksburg, VA

Comments about K&M 15270B Trombone Stand:

The real test - I use it exclusively with my King 3B and Martin, even though I have several other stands. The portability and convenience of this stand is ideal for a light horn. Pluses - fits well in horn inside case/bag and is light. Minus - I put a couple layers of electrician's tape on exposed hard surfaces to protect my horns - just like a mute.

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(68 of 122 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Rust

By R.H.

from Charlotte, NC

Comments about K&M 15270B Trombone Stand:

I have had my in-bell stand for 3 years now and the center shaft has considerable rust on it. This comes from the fact that when the horn and stand are put away, there is no place for the moisture to go and it condenses on the stand. If this center shaft were stainless steel I would highly recommend it! Regarding stability: OK for a tenor, probably would not use this stand with a bass trombone.

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(62 of 113 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

wobbles, but doesn't fall down

By Bill-bJ6q4

from Boston, MA

Comments about K&M 15270B Trombone Stand:

While stable and conveniently sized, this stand isn't anywhere near as stiff as the typical trombone stand. Your trombone will wobble around a bit right after you place it on the stand. Can be a bit disconcerting if you weren't expecting it.

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(73 of 126 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

An excellent trombone stand!

Comments about K&M 15270B Trombone Stand:

Although, the stand is a bit on the heavy side, it is still a good quality stand that works. Having the ability to 'hide' in the bell of the trombone helps in keeping the other hand free to carry a music stand or music folder.

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