ROLAND KS-11Z KEYBOARD STAND
Heavy-Duty Z-Stand with Wide Adjustment Range
The feature-rich KS-11Z provides a rugged, attractive, and stable platform for 88-note stage pianos and other portable keyboards. Steel construction offers robust performance, while multiple adjustment points allow you to tailor the stand’s width and height for any home, stage, or studio setup. Assembly is fast and easy with integrated push pins and foldable padded support arms.
- Sturdy design with heavy-duty steel construction
- Seamless width adjustment with quick-release lever
- Easy height adjustment with spring-loaded lever
- Adjustable rubber feet for stability on uneven flooring
- Padded support arms fold down for transport and storage
- Adjustable width range: 22 in./566 mm to 37 in./940 mm
- Adjustable height range: 25 in./645 mm to 36 in./917 mm
- Weight capacity: 220 lb./100 kg
Superior Roland Performance
For over five decades, Roland has been a worldwide leader in stage pianos, synthesizers, and other keyboards for musicians from hobbyist to professional. The KS-11Z is filled with smart design details informed by our long development knowledge, delivering a premium experience for all types of instruments. Heavy-duty steel construction and a solid Z shape provide rock-solid stability in a minimal footprint, making it a great solution for supporting 88-note pianos in the RD and FP series and other heavy keyboards.
Seamless Width Adjustment
The KS-11Z is designed for precision adjustment, with a quick-release lever that enables you to set the width to any position within a wide range.
You can sometimes come across uneven surfaces on performance stages and in studio environments. The KS-11Z features adjustable feet to eliminate wobble and dial in the perfect balance for your situation.
Fast and Smooth Assembly
The KS-11Z features a foldable design for transport and storage. When you’re ready to use the stand, simply unfold the padded arms and they will automatically lock in place. And when the gig’s over, press the buttons to release the pins and fold the arms back down.