The Perfect Fit
If you’ve got a Roland FP-90X that remains relatively stationary, then the KSC-90 will integrate with your piano better than any other digital piano stand. The stand is directly attached to the FP-90X for complete reliability and doesn’t add any additional surface area to the piano’s footprint. Note: This stand is not compatible with other musical instruments such as Kawais or Yamahas, and other Roland digitals
Compatible with the Roland KDP-90 Pedal System
The Roland KSC-90, like all Roland Keyboard, stands for portable pianos; is very easy to assemble, consists of just 3 pieces, and will take someone less than 15 mins to put together
Expert Advice: A Good Stand Won’t Let You Down
The only part of your piano that’s going to get more use and abuse than the piano itself is the keyboard stand tasked with holding the whole thing up and withstanding your playing or stage antics. The internet is filled with videos of keyboard stands failing when owners have tried to skimp on this ever-critical accessory.
Tip 1: Always over-estimate your weight needs. People often forget that a 40 lbs keyboard actually means a lot more weight on the stand than just 40 lbs. When you’re playing the instrument, especially at the top and bottom of the keyboard, you’re adding a considerable amount of weight and stress to the keyboard. We suggest going between 50-100% more stand than you think you need in terms of weight rating.
Tip 2: Avoid Plastic Adjustment Mechanisms, since these are often the first pieces of the puzzle to break. Replacement parts are hard to get, and usually adding the cost of just one replacement part to the original price would have allowed you to invest in a much better unit upfront.
Weight Capacity: Maximum 100 kg, Maximum 220 lbs
Width: 1300 mm / 51.2 inches
Depth: 382 mm / 15.1 inches
Height: 775 mm / 30.5 inches
Weight: 8.9 kg / 19.6 lbs