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ROLAND JP-08 SYNTHESIZER

(11/5/15) This is the stand I made for our new "Roland JP-08" synthesizer. It took me about 2-hours to cut, bend, file the edges, and glue 4 pieces of rubber on the bottom corners. All with no metal-cutting or metal-bending tools. I used a nail and a pair of heavy-duty scissors to "etch" into the metal, in order to score it deep enough to bend it with my hands and a hammer. So it would break where I needed to cut it.

This started as a 12" by 24" sheet of metal.

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For more information on Roland's JP-08 synthesizer, this link will take you to its product page:

http://www.rolandus.com/products/jp-08/

The photos on the left and below are from a similar angle.

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The photo on the left is from the back-left corner looking to the front-right corner.

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The photo on the right is looking at the underside of the stand. There are two, 1-inch wide pieces of rubber glued to the stand's front-left and front-right corners.

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The photo on the left is looking down from the stand's right side. Here, you can see the brown rubber "foot" on the stand's front-right corner. The clear, rubber tube on the stand's back-right corner can barely be seen.

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The photo on the right is also from the stand's right edge but this time the perspective is more from the from of the stand.

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The photo on the left is from the stand's front-left side.

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The photo on the right is also from the stand's front-left side.

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The photo on the left is from the stand's back-left side.

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The photo on the right is looking straight-on. Here, I turned the JP-08 "on". Notice its orange lights along the bottom edge and each Slider also lit with an orange light.

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The photo on the left is from the stand's front-right side. You can see the orange lights more clearly in this photo.