I mainly play in a cover band that has well over 200 songs in our arsenal and the list just keeps growing. Plus I play in two other bands, and sit in on all kinds of gigs. So, I'm playing all styles of music for all kinds of gigs, be it bar gigs, music festivals, private parties, weddings, corporate events, etc. I have compiled all my notes (my crude "cheat notes" version of sheet music) into one of those Day Planners, and they are all in alphabetical order (with alphabet tab dividers), so I can find notes on any song in a matter of seconds if I have to. Let me tell you, with all these songs to remember, it's been invaluable. Most of the songs I don't need notes for, but some are long, complex or I just haven't played them enough to commit them to memory. Being as busy as I am, I don't always have time to rehearse every song for every gig until it's down cold. On a lot of these gigs, songs I've only played once long ago (or maybe even never played, or heard, before) will get called out, and it's nice having the changes right in front of me. Now, of course, I don't want to be onstage looking like I'm playing in an orchestra, though I also don't really care if anyone sees I'm using my notes occassionally either. I just don't want it so obvious like when using a traditional music stand that sticks way up. What do any of you use as a "hidden" stand for notes? Do you clip something to your mic stand? Something to your monitor? Something freestanding? Anybody make anything homemade? I've got some ideas to mount something to my monitor that doesn't block the speaker and also doesn't stand way up either (and is easily removable), but I wanted to see what anyone else has done. Any ideas?