Protect your wind instrument from falls
Stands and holders are essential accessories that every serious musician should have. Although cases and bags are important when it comes to safeguarding an instrument from dust and sudden impact with other objects keeping an instrument on its stand is said to raise the likelihood that a player will practice. While bags and cases are important when it comes to protecting the instrument from dust and sudden impacts against other objects, holding the instrument on a stand increases the likelihood of the player exercising. For this reason, most musicians usually place stands in the parts of the house where they spend the most time, such as the bedroom or living room. The practice rooms are also ideal locations for instrument stands. While instrument stands increase the chances of practice, they are also useful during live concerts, especially if the performer uses more than one instrument.
Today's music market is loaded with stands for wind instruments. In addition to stands for single instruments many companies manufacture stands for multiple instruments as well. These are known as combination stands and they're perfect for those who use more than one instrument on stage or in the studio. To ensure these instruments are safe and secure when they're not being played most professional musicians tend to go with stands from companies that have solid reputations for their meticulous attention to detail and high-quality parts. Popular instrument stand brands include Hercules and K&G – both of which specialize in single and combination stands.
Wind instruments are surprisingly delicate instruments. It's easy to damage important instruments by putting them on the floor. Wind instruments are surprisingly delicate instruments. They are very easy to damage. The flute and piccolo have different peg thicknesses, so each has its own stand. Use a stand as often as possible, as placing the instrument on a desk or chair makes it easy to roll and the adjustment of the instrument is very delicate. There are many varieties of clarinets. Because their internal diameter varies, use special stands for each. Universal stands are also effective with many variations. There are many varieties of saxophones: alto, tenor, soprano and baritone. The soprano has both a straight and curved instrument shape, so you need a stand that is appropriate for each. Pegs can be added to the stands for alto, tenor and baritone to further support other instruments. You can use the same stand for the trumpet and cornet. A special stand is required for the flugelhorn. When you are not using the french horn, keep it in a case or on a stand to reduce the burden on the rotary and the bell. Using the tube stand will reduce the risk of deforming the bell's flare. Multi stand is handy when you need to switch between multiple instruments like in an ensemble or playing jazz.
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You can buy stands and holders for wind instruments in our stores. It is also possible to place an order in the online store. Delivery is carried out all over Ukraine. Thanks to the wide assortment, everyone will find a suitable product for themselves. You can always count on professional advice and assistance. We care about the quality of service and do everything we can to make sure you are satisfied with your purchase.