Introducing the LED518 Rechargeable Sheet Music LightThe LED518 offers musicians a flexible and intuitive way to illuminate their sheet music. Featuring a cordless & rechargeable power supply, 18 high visibility LEDs and simple controls, it provides the perfect amount of performance light every time.LED there be lightBy design, most stages are dark. So why should your sheet music be left in it The LED518 keeps you in the zone with an array of 18 LEDs that light up your sheet music with ease. The lighting array's reach was specifically designed for illuminating two pages of music situated side-by-side, without excess light spillage or hot-spotting. Simply clip it to your music stand, flip the switch, and see the details in your music you might have otherwise missed.Effortless adjustmentStage lighting conditions vary from venue to venue, so we equipped the LED518 with a thoughtful high/low power switch keeping the perfect amount of light within reach. And speaking of reach, the bendable gooseneck provides continuously variable placement wherever you need it most, easily snaking over towering sheet music folders or leaning over the thickest of Real Books, scripts, or conductor scores.RechargeableThe LED518 features an internal rechargeable battery so you never have to worry about remembering to buy disposable sets on the way to the gig. Because it recharges via USB, you have access to millions of widely available USB ports in your home, office, hotel, or at the venue. We include a USB charging cable with each LED518 so you can use it right away-even if that means charging it via your car's USB ports on the way to the show.From gig to gigYour gig checklist runs pretty deep-instruments, cases, tuners, stands, music, and more. To help keep you organized, each LED518 comes with a carrying pouch, too. Besides being lightweight and durable, today's LEDs are designed for daily use over the course of many years, enabling the LED518 to brighten your musical endeavors for as long as possible.
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