I agree with most of the reviewers: this is a simple, but sturdy, keyboard stand. When assembling, the larger feet go on the floor and the shorter feet go under the keyboard. If the feet are assembled as shown (disk with holes to one side), the height choices are 25.5", 30". 33.5", 36.5" and 38.5" from the floor to the bottom of the keyboard. (At the 38.5" height, the stand is really too narrow to be stable.) If the feet are assembled with the legs at right angles to that shown (disk with holes either up or down), then the height choices are 10.5", 16", 21.5", 28.5", and 31". (At the 10.5" height, the stand is too wide for a 61-key keyboard.) The 16" height is ideal for our 4-year old (using an 11" high bench she can sit stably with her feet flat on the floor) and the 21.5" height is ideal for our 8-year olds (using a 16" high bench). I use the 25.5" height with a 20" bench. The bench in all cases is the World Tour Deluxe Padded Keyboard Bench, also available from Walmart for $24.00. (The normal bench heights are 19", 20", or 21". I drilled a few extra adjustment holes for the lower heights.)
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