Stage Right Lighting Stand System with Truss
    Product # 601840
    Stage Right Lighting Stand System with Truss
    Product # 601840
    Out of Stock ETA: 5/7/2017


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    Stage Right Lighting Stand System with Truss

    Take your stage equipment on the go and setup anywhere with this Lighting Stand System with Truss from Monoprice!

    This trussing system offers easy set-up and high stability for your professional equipment. It can also be used as a mounting system for a large format projector screen. It comes with two tripods that telescope to 12.5 feet, featuring two locking grooved pins. Also included are two T-bars with four mounting points each and two, five foot trusses that securely lock together to create a ten foot wide span, or be used separately. This system is perfect for mobile DJs, bands, or even to use as rentals.


    • 220 lbs Maximum Load
    • Extends up to 12.5 ft tall
    • Has 36 different mounting locations
    • T-bars are 4 ft wide
    • Spans 10 ft wide using the trusses
    • Weighs 53 lbs
    • Tripod base adjustable up to 3.5 ft wide

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    3.6 / 5.0
    7 Reviews
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    1 Stars
    Build Quality
    I was eager to get these put up and hang some lights, so I opened up the box and pulled out all the myriad pieces to this unit. One item immediately appeared to be missing: THE INSTRUCTIONS. I went back to Fortunately, the instructions are on the product page. Why they wouldn't include a set with the actual product is a bit disappointing.

    There are quite a few pieces to this puzzle, and unfortunately, the documentation doesn't label them at all. It will say things like "select truss bar assembly which has a short tube", etc. It would be great if the manufacturer had a legend at the beginning of the instructions (like 95% of all instructions include), that shows a layout of all your parts, as well as the names of them. After spending thirty minutes on the first three steps, I realized I had the parts backwards, and had to start all over.

    My only other issue (I have two of these stands, and this happened with both of them) is that the holes between products don't always line up. I've had to drill holes myself in order to get all the T-connectors installed. It would be better if all the holes lined up.

    These appear to be strong aluminum stands and overall, the build quality seems high. It is also an amazing value, as I've spent more for just one tripod. With this system, you get 2 tripods and about 10 feet of truss to use.

    PROS: Build Quality for the most part is decent. Seems pretty heavy duty.

    CONS: NO documentation/instructions shipped with the product. Have to go back to the Monoprice website to find them. Holes don't all line up — requires user drilling, possibly compromising the structural integrity.
    November 21, 2013
    Same or Better than overprice lighting stands from Guitar Center Ect.
    This lighting stand is well constructed and completely as advertised. I've use similar lighting stands from Guitar Center, Musician's Friend, and American Musical Supply and this stand is of the same quality or better and at a much cheaper price.

    PROS: This lighting stand is well constructed and completely as advertised. I've use similar lighting stands from Guitar Center, Musician's Friend, and American Musical Supply and this stand is of the same quality or better and at a much cheaper price.

    CONS: As with all the other lighting stands I've used from competitors there is a bit of rusty dust inside part of the telescoping piece of the stand.
    July 13, 2014
    Good Value for Price
    This stand is large and sturdy with plenty of places to attach lights and other accessories. I can't vouch for it's full practical height or weight limits, but it holds enough for my purposes (I've got it set up at about 8-1/2 feet tall and holding about 70 lbs of lights and equipment).

    Monoprice seems to have listened to previous reviews, as the unit I received had instructions with images to help identify the parts. The instructions could certainly have been clearer, but it wasn't too hard to figure it out and get the whole thing set up.

    PROS: Inexpensive and sturdy

    CONS: Bulky. The minimum height of the unit I received seems to be around 8 feet, so keep that in mind if your vertical space is limited (using it in normal house situations)
    March 26, 2016
    OK, not great
    This was disappointing because usually monoprice mounting hardware is very good quality in my experience. The entire stand is made from butter-soft steel. This wouldn't be too bad if the fasteners they give you weren't also made of mushy soft steel. As I mentioned in the cons, the place where two parts "slip fit" together binds up very easily, and can become nearly impossible to get apart. The design isn't faulty, it's a decent design, it's just the materials used were clearly sub-par. To continue using this thing, I'm going to have to replace all the fasteners and design some sort of collar to keep the slip fit sections from binding together. I'm only using this thing to hold a sign up, I wouldn't trust it with anywhere near the weight that it's "rated" for, that's liable to get someone killed when the ultra-soft steel fails.

    PROS: The price is right. It's stable, and tall, once you get it together.

    CONS: Cumbersome to assemble. The fasteners used strip VERY easily. The quality of steel in the fasteners is really bad. There is one section that slides into the other section, and the way the shoulder is, it gets wedged in there very easily and is nearly impossible to pull apart again. Some of the holes don't line up very well either.
    March 3, 2014
    I am getting ready to purchase another.

    PROS: Extremely good value

    Great quality, especially considering the price

    CONS: None
    July 13, 2014
    Great Truss for the Money
    Great truss for on the budget lighting and audio group. First time took a while, but super easy setup. Plastic seems rather cheap but it has lasted 3 events so far, and going to its 4th soon.

    PROS: Very Versatile, quick setup, parts in changeable.

    CONS: Plastic needs strengthening on joints, or some form of upgrade part.
    May 17, 2016
    As mentioned in the above "Cons", it took a little bit of time to assemble the first time, but once completed, this system seems to be solid and does what we need it to. Purchased for a church youth group to use as backlight for a portable stage. So far, it has endured the weekly set up and teardown. (Have been using it for about 3 months at time point. I've used other brands similar product, and the Monoprice one performs just as well. I would not hesitate to purchase again when the need arrises.

    PROS: Seems to be solid once it's assembled. Price is great, less than a single stand elsewhere.

    CONS: No instructions included. Took some trial and error, as well as referring to pictures online to get it assembled.
    July 10, 2014

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