The Commander V2 Desk with Keyboard pullout is a perfect desk. Just the desk I needed for my home studio. What I like most about the company, StudioDesk, is that, they made the price of the desk incredibly reasonable. Before I decided to go with StudioDesk, I shopped around and those similar desk was way over my budget. Looking at the after and before picture of my home studio, the StudioDesk itself really shines.
The assemble part of the desk was pretty simple. It wasn't difficult at all. I like the Youtube videos that the company created that shows how to assemble the desk. Those Youtube videos was very helpful. Let me not forget customer service. Customer service is the best. They provided me with outstanding customer service.
When I decided to upgrade my workspace at home for all my music projects, I soon came across the products of StudioDesk. After a lot of thinking and measuring the Commander V2 Desk would be the best choice for me. And now it is 'shining' in the room I love working on it! The only difference between this demo model and a new one is the price! That makes this purchase even better. Thank you guys from StudioDesk for your craftmanship and service. Andre Rave, AR-Music productions - The Netherlands.
Hi Andre, what a difference! Love it!
As many others have written, the Commander V2 is a fantastic Production Desk! I absolutely love it. The assembly was a little tricky because of the many videos that you have to sift through to find all of the relevant information and the written assembly instructions are no longer accurate because of changes that have been made, but it's not excessively difficult if you're at least moderately handy.
The one thing I don't like is the fact that the top rack rail screws are not accessible after the desk is assembled. The assembly instructions provide a workaround for this by having you install your top rack component before finishing the assembly. However this solution would become a real problem if you ever needed to move or change your highest mounted piece of rack equipment. It's not a deal-breaking issue if you only use 2 lower screws to mount your top rack component; but this does seems to me like a design mistake that could've been easily corrected.