Imagine a saxophone stand that holds your horn more securely, won’t tip over, weighs practically nothing and collapses to fit into the bell of your sax for travel. That’s exactly what the new carbon fiber saxophone stand from Woodwind Design delivers.
No more separate bags of heavy gear for gigs. Consider a Hercules steel tenor stand at 2.09 pounds compared to a Woodwind Design carbon fiber tenor stand at 0.33 pounds. With four legs and a molded bell cradle, the stability is outstanding. And the neoprene foam inside the bell cradle won’t damage your instrument’s finish. Plus, it assembles in seconds.
Fit and finish? Hands down the coolest stand on the market.
Barnard Instrument Repair is pleased to offer these fabulous stands to discerning players and will have a limited number of stands in stock. Given that each one is handmade, there will be a 4-6-week lead time on back orders.
Pricing as follows:
$ 65 / Soprano Stand
$ 169 / Alto Stand
$ 169 / Tenor Stand
$ 225 / Low A Baritone Stand
$ 225 / Bb Baritone Stand
$ 35 / Alto Adapter for Tenor Stand
$ 75 / Additional Low A or Bb Bell Support
$ 20 / Pouch for Alto Stand
$ 20 / Pouch for Tenor Stand
$ 25 / Pouch for Baritone Stand
A customer recently shared an interesting story about a mishap on a gig that he was playing. Turns out a mic stand accidentally got knocked over and ended up hitting something that ricocheted off his tenor sax that was at rest in its carbon fiber stand. Unfortunately, the body tube of the sax now has a dent, but the stand with the instrument stood firm and didn’t fall over which prevented major damage. Ultimately a nice testament to the stability of the Woodwind Design stand.