Torben, Well, since this is the LD list (not FaceBook) I cannot send pictures. But here is a link to one of the kind of amp stands I am talking about: <http://www.americanmusical.com/ItemImages/Large/23813.jpg> The adjustable supports that hold the amp at an angle can be taken off, and turned around 180˚. When you do that, it would hold the amp level, rather than at an angle. But since you want to hold a rack bag that's deeper than the shallow depth of a small combo amp, those back bars forming the vertical part of the "L" need to be sawn off. This is fairly easy to do with any hacksaw . . . or even a dremmel tool. What sort of rack bag you put on top of it is up to you. I actually use a big 5-space rack bag and 16 inches deep like this one: <http://media.musiciansfriend.com/is/image/MMGS7/5-Space-Rack-Bag-16-in./804699000000083-00-500x500.jpg> But if you don't need that much storage space, a 2- or 3-space, 16 inch deep bag would do just as well . . . much like this one: <http://www.nstuffmusic.com/images/Product/large/ae00-10315.jpg> Or, if a "bag" is not secure or travel worth for you there are plastic rack "cases" as well in similar sizes. I use the big bag because all of the zippered pouches are useful for holding things. I use my laptop to run MaxMSP and I use a bunch of Roland EV-5 pedals to control the parameters of my complicated performance patch. Best, Ted On Dec 12, 2015, at 7:04 AM, Torben Scharling <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Sounds cool Ted, having a bit of a problem visualizing the actual stand > you’ve made, but I’ve got some ideas to go with now, thx :) > > On Fri, Dec 11, 2015 at 7:12 PM, Ted Killian <email@example.com> > wrote: > Here is what I frequently use: > > First I take an old folding amp stand (the kind that holds a small combo > amp at an angle). > > I flip the support bars around so they are not at an angle (but level) > and saw off the vertical "L" part.