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Gravity NSORC1 Orchestral Music Stand

Product Code: 160280

Music Stand Orchestra tall

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Gravity GNSORC1 Orchestral Music Stand

The NSORC1L is a rugged orchestra-style music stand designed for ultimate handling convenience. Height and support tilt adjustment rely on frictional force and do not require any set screws. All frictive parts are engineered for zero wear. The stand of powder coated steel features a lightweight 50 x 33.5 cm aluminium support.




  • Solid and durable construction
  • Foolproof operation
  • Height and tilt adjustment without set screws
  • 30cm taller than regular music stand


Product type: Stands and Tripods
Type: Music stand
Music desk type: Panel
Stand material: steel
Stand surface: chromium plated , powder coated
Stand colour: black
Support material: aluminium
Support surface: powder coated
Support colour: black
Support width: 500 mm
Support height: 335 mm
Height: 335 mm
Min. height: 655 mm
Max. height: 1500 mm
Transport length: 1195 mm
Max. power handling: 2.5 kg
Black ring pack included: yes
Weight: 2,86 kg

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