It just sits on top of the stand, it does not connect. I was worried that the keyboard would be wobbly or would easily be pushed off of it. The top of the stand bars have rubber pieces on them which help to keep the keyboard in place without scratching. Unless you plan on moving your keyboard and stand often, you shouldn't have any problems with it staying put.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
Keyboard just sit on it. I never had a problem with it.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
- Round Top, NY
Have 2 stands with different keyboards and have never had any issues with them being tippy.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
My yamaha just sits on the stand, no problems with stability.
answered 4 years ago
- Plain City, Ohio
Actually, you can just sit the keyboard on top of the stand. my keyboard can be carried with one hand pretty easily, but when placed on the stand, because the stand can be spread apart to support the keyboard closer to the ends of the keyboard, you don't have to worry about the keyboard tipping on the stand. it won't tip to the front, back, or to either side. As long as yo are placing the keyboard on the ceter of the stand like it should be placed, and are trying to put the supports of the keyboard stand about 85% of the way towards the ends of the kdyboard on both sides, that keyboard will not move unless you purposely move it due in part to rubberized rings on the keyboard supports that assit the keyboard in staying put.
I hope this helps to answer your question.
answered 4 years ago
- Olathe, KS
The keyboard sits on top. There are rubber pads so it does not slide around up there and seems sturdy enough to me.
It sits on top. dont worry it is strong enough and sturdy enough. just make certain you centre the keyboard
The keyboard sits on top and is not attached. But, one could easily attach the two together. Because the stand is adjustable there is no need to have them bolted together. This stand is adjustable so one can sit "me" or stand if one wanted to. This is actually a great stand for the money and believe it or not quite sturdy. A monkey could put it together.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
- Central Coast Monterey Ca
As far as I can tell, the keyboard just sits on top. You can perhaps adjust the rubber ends on the top bars that directly support it so that they help create sort of a partial ledge, to keep it sliding too far forward or backward, depending on the depth of the keyboard. But my solution was to tuck a piece of that rubbery stuff (you know, it is used to keep rugs from skidding across the floor) between the keyboard and the tops of the supports. Keyboard doesn't slide anymore.
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
- Holly Springs, NC
The keyboard just sits on top of it. No, it is not too sturdy, but we do not have any problems with that.
The stand itself is not sturdy on a carpet, which is a bigger problem for us, because we have a carpet in our apartments. But we foresaw this problem...
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
It sits on top. The keyboard sits sturdy on the stand without wobbling or moving while on the stand. So far my son hasn't had any trouble with it.
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
- Russellville, AR