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panlives
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Hi All,

I am certain this must have been covered at length over time, so please forgive the redundancy.

I am looking for tables that are light, portable, durable and stable.

I tend to do some vigorous card spreads in my routine and table stability (lack of wobbling) is a huge requirement.

On this topic, can you also recommend “found” tables (from non-magic al apparatus suppliers) you may have discovered at a Wal-Mart (for example) that are ideal for home practice?

I have been trying to find so-called “laptop” tables that expand and contract height-wise but these are rarely stable enough for robust practice sessions.
Thank you!
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You're right, this has been covered here at length. You might want to try using the Café's search feature.

Just click on the "Advanced" link under the "Café Quicksearch:" field, type "table" (and/or some other relevant search terms) in to the "Search by Keyword(s):" field, select "The side walk shuffle" in the "Search In" drop-down menu, and click "Begin Search".

Here's another way to search this forum:

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=site:http://www.the......uffle%22

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=site:http://www.the......uffle%22

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=site:http://www.the......uffle%22
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I have one of these I don't use it for busking they are about fifty pounds and very sturdy they do weigh a little more than the x style of keyboard stand.

Very sturdy adjustable legs so if you are on a uneven surface. The top can also be lengthen if you require a longer working area.
Very steady with very little wobble.

http://www.bonnersmusic.co.uk/buy/Stagg_......rd_stand
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On 2010-07-01 13:30, TomFoolery wrote:
I have one of these I don't use it for busking they are about fifty pounds and very sturdy they do weigh a little more than the x style of keyboard stand.

Very sturdy adjustable legs so if you are on a uneven surface. The top can also be lengthen if you require a longer working area.
Very steady with very little wobble.

http://www.bonnersmusic.co.uk/buy/Stagg_......rd_stand
And if you don't want to buy it in England, here it is in America.

http://www.accessories.musiciansfriend.c......u=450384

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That link should be:

http://accessories.musiciansfriend.com/p......u=450384

That pesky www doesn't belong there.
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