Manhasset Regal music stand - top of the range conductor station

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SKU: MAN5401
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Introducing the Manhasset Regal music standThe Regal conductor station represents the top of the Manhasset range of music stands combining all the features of the various special models in one. These include the Director style double layer storage, the Orchestral stands dual-lip shelf, and the Fourscore sized extra wide desk. To make it extra secure and support all the extra weight, it also features 2 support posts rather than the usual 1.Manhasset's stands are immensely popular with orchestras and bands for permanent use in concert venues and school halls, as well as with individuals wanting a sturdy stand for home use. Whether a music student or a professional musician, Manhasset stands are an ideal choice for making your practise and performance as easy as possible.Lifetime guaranteeEach stand is extremely robust and built to such a high quality that we offer a lifetime guarantee with any purchase. Think of that - you'll never have to buy music stands again if you go for Manhasset!Easy height adjustmentLike all Manhasset stands, the Regal is 'knob free’. Thanks to the famous ‘magic finger’ shaft clutch and ‘friction tilt’ neck joint, the stand can be pushed or pulled into any position and will remain secure without turning a single screw. Not only does the lack of adjusters make it simpler to use, but the overall design also looks much more sleek and classy.Super strong and manageable on the roadThe desks are made from solid aluminium for optimum rigidity and can be folded all the way back for easy storage. While these stands are designed to live in one space and are therefore not entirely foldable, they are surprisingly lightweight (7.3kg) and easy to carry around if necessary.More about ManhassetInventor and musician Otto Lagervall founded the Manhasset Specialty Company with a desire to overcome the inherent shortcomings of music stands available at the time. His desire to use the highest quality materials and workmanship carries through the company ethos to the present day, though the company moved from Manhasset, New York to Yakima, Washington in the early 1940s where it remains today.