I'm looking for a tuba stand suitable for playing standing and sitting. Portability is also a consideration. Recommendations would be appreciated.
to be fair, no instrument made in the last 30 years or so have actually had the knobbly -type-thingy. so it shouldn't be a problemThe only downside of that one as far as I can see from the image is that there is no recess for the little strap-holder-knobby-type-thingy that sits on the bottom bow on some instruments. The one I've seen has a strategically placed cut-out. Not sure which one it is - may be the K&M ... ?
Thats him told !
Touche ! love it !!Really? I must work with a lot of tuba players who have 30+ year old instruments, then ...
There are still a lot of really good quality 30+ year old tubas around, much sought after as they are a better build than a lot of the "Lottery" tubas that were churned out in the 1990s early 2000s.