RiffRaxx Stage Stands

A modular stand for musical performance equipment.

  • Upper Panel with Expandable Wings to Accommodate Effects and Wireless Units
  • Amp and Outboard Gear Controls Illuminated by LED Bars
  • Onboard A/C Multi-Outlets and Built-In Mic Clip for Easy, Non-Cluttered System Hookup
  • Vibration-Absorbing Upper and Lower Panels Protect Delicate Electronic Circuitry
  • Locking Casters Provide Easy Mobility When Necessary
  • RSS is Adjustable for Width and Height to Fit Both Half-Stacks AND Combos


Patent Pending

Story Behind the Invention

Inventor Michael H. Jones of Bryson City, NC has created a modular stand for musical performance equipment.

As a professional musician and vocalist for over 50 years, Michael knows stage performing. He wanted an easy to assemble stand for his amp and component gear that had all the features necessary for quick setup and system connection. In turn, he was inspired to develop RiffRaxx Stage Stands!

Dark stages can be challenging for seeing control panels, and Michael knew LEDs would solve that problem. The stand is adjustable in height and width, so he can use either his Fender Twin combo or his Marshall half-stack. Onboard A/C multi-outlets and a built-in mic clip make for easy, non-cluttered system hookup. Vibration-absorbing upper and lower panels protect delicate electronic circuitry, while locking casters provide easy mobility when necessary. Michael envisions auditoriums and concert halls using several units. Concerts featuring multiple acts can then be pre-loaded and ready to roll out for quick backline changes, easy positioning, and less shuffling heavy gear around in between acts. The stage stands will be very attractive and will add to the backline appearance of any act.

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  1. Jim Sayre

    As a musician and someone who plays gigs this is a great idea and would be very convenient for Stage-setup and over all stage performance. I love the built in mic clip as well as the A/C outlets because I myself definitely hate the clutter especially when the shows over and it’s time to pack it up so that’s a huge plus. The Led lights are awesome because it can be a pain when you’re in the dark trying to read the Control Panel not to mention it would just make it look better sitting on stage when it’s dark. I also Love the fact that it’s a one size fits all and you can easily break It down and put it in its road bag for travel that’s a big thing in itself. Overall I think as a musician this would be a great investment

  2. Jim Nelson

    Provided lights and power…brilliant! I think the ability to have a full stage rig just ready to roll would be great when multiple acts are using the same stage. Roll in, when your sets done roll out. This could also be used for multi-media; a presenter rolls in the preset small pa and plugs in and is ready to go. I can also see using the top for a projector and the bottom for audio. Doesn’t hurt that it looks cool either.

  3. Gtargreg

    A great way to get on stage quickly with low effort. Great idea!

  4. James K. Alexander

    I periodically sponsor reunion shows for bands that were popular in my hometown, Oak Ridge Tennessee, back in the late ’60s and early ’70s. Three of the bands I was in, The Earls, The Embers, and the Soul Sanction. Other bands my bands competed with were The Rogues and The Knight Riders from Oak Ridge, and The Pastels and The Deltas from Clinton. So these shows would feature between four and as many as seven bands.

    The principal annoyance for these shows was getting one band off the stage and the next band up running in a reasonable amount of time. If the guitar and bass players, and the keyboard players had had RiffRacks, I’d bet the dead time between bands could have been kept way down. These days I play in two rock bands, Boys’ Night Out and the Sunset Deltas, and I regularly do sound and lights for several other bands. I’d be up for buying two or three RiffRacks for these bands to use on those occasions when quickly getting on and off the stage is a critical factor.

  5. Dave Foraker

    Great idea, Mike! A common- sense solution to a series of set-up problems. If I had the funds to invest in a winning idea, this would be the one. As it is, I’m waiting the time that this is available!

  6. Linda Carswell

    As a former bass player, I can see how this product would have made my life a lot easier. Today’s musicians should JUMP on getting one, if not several as need be, for their performances. Whether you play on the big stage, for your church’s benefit, at special events (weddings, anniversary parties, business celebrations, etc.), this will make your performing life much easier. It will shorten the setup and teardown time immensely, thus increasing your profit in many ways (time, energy and even $ if there is any). Go for it!

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