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#1499502 - 08/19/10 07:34 PM Height of Casio CS-67 stand?
JaneS Offline
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Registered: 07/24/10
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Loc: Central Coast, CA
I searched the archives and casio.com, but am unable to find the height of the casio cs-67 stand for the px130/330. More specifically, I would like to know the measurement from the floor to the top of the white keys - would anyone mind measuring and providing this? Any other information about the stand would also be appreciated - such as: is it the best stand for home practice for this DP? I am currently using a borrowed single X stand and the lowest position puts the white keys at 31.5 inches from the floor and it's ergonomically horrible for me. Other stand recommendations are also much appreciated!
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#1499698 - 08/20/10 05:03 AM Re: Height of Casio CS-67 stand? [Re: JaneS]
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Registered: 08/16/09
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I have it at home and could measure it for you but later today. I have found on Goole some info about dimensions (13.00″ h x 5.00″ w x 54.00″ l, 25.20 pounds).

I like it. It is nicely rounded and stable enough. Pretty easy to mount as well and not too heavy.
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#1499918 - 08/20/10 01:35 PM Re: Height of Casio CS-67 stand? [Re: kalpazan]
kalpazan Offline
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It is 2ft and 29".
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#1500071 - 08/20/10 06:44 PM Re: Height of Casio CS-67 stand? [Re: kalpazan]
JaneS Offline
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Is it 29 inches to the top of the white keys?
thanks!
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#1500116 - 08/20/10 08:03 PM Re: Height of Casio CS-67 stand? [Re: JaneS]
johnpark1 Offline
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Registered: 08/10/10
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28.5" to the top of the white keys

Haven't tried any other stand but this one is solid. I have the 3 pedal unit installed on it

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#1500135 - 08/20/10 08:43 PM Re: Height of Casio CS-67 stand? [Re: johnpark1]
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Thanks very much to both of you!
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