Use this stand to protect your amp by getting it off the floor. A perfect choice for various stage and studio amplifier applications, the tiltback feature will rest your gear on black velveteen rubber pads for the best grip and reinforcement of your sound. The A-frame construction makes this stand extremely secure and stable when holding equipment and gear. Non-slip rubber feet and a locking cross brace keep the stand, and your amp, firmly in place. >More
This pro stand features a fully-adjustable tilt angle for precision placement of a wide range of amps, monitors and speaker cabinets. The locking tilt mechanism features 48 teeth for the utmost in security. Its 1 in. square steel tubing is very strong and holds even large amps. Arms are 12 in. long, approximately 16 in. apart and fold down for compact transport. >More
The On-Stage RS4000 tilts your amp back to direct sound where you can hear it! The solid steel box frame design provides a rock solid foundation and includes vibration dampening feet. >More
The Auralex BabyGRAMMA v2 Amplifier Isolation platform is a smaller version of the classic GRAMMA, which is trusted by chart- topping recording artists on-stage and in the studio. The BabyGRAMMA is designed for compact guitar, bass and keyboard amplifiers. >More
The GRAMMA v2 (Gig and Recording, Amp and Monitor, Modulation Attenuator) is an incredibly effective patented device that's used to float an amp or loudspeaker. This highly effective isolation platform features an Ozite covering over an inert structural layer that floats on a 1.75" pad of acclaimed Auralex Platfoam. >More
Built on the success of the GRAMMA, the GreatGRAMMA v2 acoustic isolation platform is almost 30% bigger to float large speaker cabinets. Now 4x12s, 15" or 18" speaker cabinets will benefit from the awesome GreatGRAMMA. Only GreatGRAMMA v2 can handle the big rigs! >More
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