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That was in june. Last night the stand collapsed while I was playing it. One of the legs have buckled, the keyboard dropped onto the floor and I ended up on the floor from automatically trying to save it. So the stand is F-*ked, I went :oops: over tit and bruised my arm but the piano is unscathed. Go yamaha! It has a bit of a knock out of the chipboard panel on the base but that is easily sorted.
ANYWAY - PLEASE make sure you buy the right stand. DONT BE FOBBED OFF BY THE RETAILER! I'm now going to order the LP-3 stand and hope that I don't have a similar accident....
Still amazed that the piano is fine...
I have used a double braced stand but mine has two gear-like mechanisms than interlock to that the stand will not come apart or collapse. I would go back to the retailer and claim off him for a new keyboard, Joseph! Show him the bruise on your arm and he'll be putty in your hands! Seriously tho'! I would get it all replaced!
Actually the shop can't be named because I've forgotten the name of it to be honest, coz it changed its name. I don't think the keyboard needs replaced because it works fine and I can't be arsed driving to Glasgow with it all, although you may have a point.....
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