When I first got the push I was stoked! It has been such a centerpiece of my music creation. The only problem is I didn’t know where to put it. I kept moving it around on my desk for the best place. Then performing live had another question of where does it go. Eventually, I went down a rabbit hole of gear. After a lot of lessons learned, I have a list of the best stands for using the Push. These work for Push 1 and 2.
One Stand to Rule them all and in the darkness bind them.
Best Stand for Performance and Utility
The Gibraltar Electronic Drum Mount Station is the bomb! This is by far the best stand for so many applications. From using an MPC to the Push. It is a perfect size and really stable for all that finger drumming. The only disadvantage is it’s a little big for when I am flying. It’s also expandable with different add-on mounting. It’s a whole system.
Now… here are a few things to keep in mind using this for Push 1 or 2.
- The adjustable height range is great for standing up and Live Performance. Does not work well for sitting.
- The clamps adjust and keep the Push secure on the top but you must be sure you tighten them correctly.
- At a high height, the stand is a little less stable due to the center of gravity. It’s no big deal playing… but don’t knock it with your guitar, or add a little weight to the base.
That being said this is a solid and great option for performance and standing up.