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These are sold under a variety of different brand names. It's probably built okay just not as easy to use or convenient to transport as some of the others. I have a few of the standard alto/tenor stands of this style but not the multi-horn model. I have the Hercules model instead but it depends upon your particular needs and setup as to whether one large multi-stand or a few separate stands are better. I've found I prefer separate stands in most cases for gigs and leave the multi-stand setup in my studio for practicing.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hercules-M...1305&sr=1-1&keywords=hercules+multi+sax+stand
 

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Hello,
I have this stand ( different brand, same stand) and gig with it. The built quality isn't great, but it does the job holding a tenor and alto securely (until now). The two additional pegs hold dunno what - a clarinet, perhaps a flute (not mine) but not a soprano. I had a k&m soprano peg inverted over the peg which worked well.
But after all I would choose the hercules multi stand which is a much better product. It's reasonable priced and should do the job with no need to worry.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hercules-D...525091485&sr=1-12&keywords=sax+stand+hercules
If you add flute, I would choose this peg: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hercules-D...rd_wg=IkYSa&psc=1&refRID=3WES2KDM2W71PQWYQJJF
 

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Thanks Taragot, nice to know it doesn't hold a sop; pretty much rules out my use case. Think I may just get a single tenor/sop stand, and keep my current for alto. Was simply intrigued by this stand as it's cheaper than a single!
 

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I had one that looked just like it - I'm sure you can find a peg for it that will hold a sop...Mine worked just fine, but I eventually decided it was just more convenient to use individual stands...Different gigs and stages with small footprints all require different set-ups....
 

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I suppose the size of the threaded hole is critical, but there are soprano pegs that may fit those threaded holes. DAVE
 

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You can't beat Saxrax for stability, but they're bulky to transport and horrendously expensive.
 
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