On Stage DT8500 Guitar/Keyboard Throne

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Product Description

The On Stage DT8500 Guitar/Keyboard Throne is a flexibility seat designed to work for guitarists and keyboard players. Adjust the height of the DT8500 Throne to find a comfortable playing position. The padded seat and backrest of this seat is finished with a rugged vinyl that looks like real leather. Braced legs keep you firmly planted on the stage, and the footrest is ideal for guitarists. The On Stage DT8500 is quick to set up and tear down, it's the ideal solution for the gigging musician and a handy addition to any studio.

On Stage DT8500 Guitar/Keyboard Throne Features

  • Dual tension adjustment knobs adjust the backrest for comfortable playing positions
  • Adjustable backrest is also padded for comfort
  • 12 2/5 in. Vinyl padded seat 
  • 10 Easy line-it-up height adjustments from 21-31 in. 
  • Foot rest is ideal for guitarists 
  • Non-slip rubber end caps

Product Specifications
On Stage DT8500 Guitar/Keyboard Throne Specifications
  • Applications: Guitarists and keyboard players
  • Height Adjustment: 21-31 in. 
  • Base Spread: 16 1/2 in. 
  • Weight Capacity: 240 lbs. 
  • Padding: 12 1/4 in. Padded Vinyl 
  • Color: Black


Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  (800) 289-8889 Warranty:  3 Years
Thomas Martin Scott
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What is your overall opinion of this product?
The Adjustments that they tout are slim and none! The seat has about 1/2 in of movement, before it hits the end or the very PLASTIC tightening screw that keeps the backrest from moving at all. The footrest is WELDED in place, NO adjustment whatsoever. If you want it farther from the seat, all you can do is raise the seat. Sooooo, to sit at the keyboard, you have to either raise your keyboard, or put up with the footrest hitting the back of your legs. If I get it comfortable at the keyboard , then switch to guitar, the footrest has my knees in my chin. I would call it a guitar stool and either make the footrest adjustable, or don't call it a keyboard throne.
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