We've a lot of lighting in our house.\nWe don't use any centre ceiling lights, only wall uplighters or table lamps with dark shades.\n\nThis I believe is a "woman's thing."\n\nSometimes I think I'm burning a lot of electricity, but I'm "practically groping around in the dark."\n\nWe have four of these nice ceramic uplighters in "my den" (our front room).\nTwo are over my Tyros 5, but I was finding it increaslingly difficult to read the music on the stand.\nIt was no problem with my old PSR1000 as it was a smaller piano and the music stand was nearer.\n\nThis is a daytime photo, it's really darker than my "clever"camera makes it appear.\n\n[URL='https://ibb.co/dpuh19'][IMG]https://preview.ibb.co/j7zt8p/P1010914.jpg[/IMG][/URL]\n\nNow I'm sure many musicians have sophisticated illumination solutions. But I wanted a cheap and effective method of my own.\n\nSo bought one of these on eBay. It has two levels of illumination, runs on three AA rechargeable batteries and comes with a plug and a USB lead.\n\n[URL='https://ibb.co/iC4RTp'][IMG]https://preview.ibb.co/j65BuU/s-l1600.jpg[/IMG][/URL]\n\n\nClipping it to the top of the music stand wasn't really practical. But "where there's a will, there's a way."\n\nI fixed a stainless steel rod I had in the garage, remnants of an old floor lamp to the underside of the two bars of the cheap stand that supports the piano, using a few turns of insulating tape. A five minute job.... I've dragged it forward to demonstate. I pushed the piano further back when I'd finshed.\n\n[URL='https://ibb.co/hyzUEU'][IMG]https://preview.ibb.co/chd0M9/P1010905.jpg[/IMG][/URL]\n\nThe lamp is clipped to the bar and the flexible arm passes under the stand and is in front of the lift up piano screen.\n\n[URL='https://ibb.co/jqYjg9'][IMG]https://preview.ibb.co/g8VVM9/P1010910.jpg[/IMG][/URL]\n\nThe screen can be lowered without fouling the lamp.\n\n[URL='https://ibb.co/h9YguU'][IMG]https://preview.ibb.co/ctBC19/P1010907.jpg[/IMG][/URL]\n\nJob accomplished for a few pounds.