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10 SET Classic Cantabile SM-100 Telescope Orchestra Stand black

  • Orchestra stand with closed telescopic shelf, the shelf can be pushed together compactly
  • robust, three-legged tubular construction, non-slip rubber feet
  • extendable from about 54-120 cm (lower edge music rest), snap fasteners made ??from plastic
  • Shelf dimensions (WxHxD): 47.0 x 35.0 x 2 cm
  • Color: Black

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instead of individually 379,90 €
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Delivery time 1 - 2 days
Dellivery on Friday, 23.02.2018, if you order within with Express delivery.
Prepayment Discount: 6,92 € save
Finance from 9,11 € per month
Art no.: 00036515

With the SM-100 Orchestra stand, Classic Cantabile offers once again an innovation for all those who travel the world stages, on the road and who put emphasis on reliability and robustness. 

The plastic tray can be pulled out and slide telescopically. So a completely space-saving transportation is ensured. 

The three-legged tube construction with non-slip rubber feet ensure bombproof standing and is can be quickly and compactly folded. 

The large contact area can be extended of up to 120 cm (bottom touch pad). Super-sturdy snaps from hard plastic guarantee an absolutely secure grip. 

Whether at home on stage, in the rehearsal room or for making music. This music stand is your reliable companion. 

Economy set: you will receive this set of 10 orchestra stands.

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