Best Multi-Guitar Stand for Finishes

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Re: Best Multi-Guitar Stand for Finishes

Postby (johnallg) » Wed Apr 02, 2008 9:27 pm

jingle_jangle wrote:Wes, I've got four of the Warwick 7-place Rock-Stands--two in my office, one at home, and one in our practice space. Others don't like them, but I've got no complaints. The padding does crush with thin heavy guitars, but I move the guitars or basses over every so often, and they are fine. No problems after two years plus, with any finish softening or hazing.

I agree--the Herc stands look like they should say "DeWalt" on 'em, but when a geetar or bass is hanging, all you see are two fingers on the neck and a couple of little padded feet poking out the bottom. I can deal with that.

And they don't tip over. +1
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Re: Best Multi-Guitar Stand for Finishes

Postby (deaconblues) » Wed Apr 02, 2008 11:23 pm

Looks like the Quik-Lok 7-guitar stand is the one, and $20 cheaper than the Rockstand 7-guitar stand.
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Re: Best Multi-Guitar Stand for Finishes

Postby (jingle_jangle) » Thu Apr 03, 2008 2:00 am

That's a greeaaaat price!
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Re: Best Multi-Guitar Stand for Finishes

Postby (bottom4) » Thu Apr 03, 2008 5:12 pm

jingle_jangle wrote:That's a greeaaaat price!



Yes it is! I think I paid that for my 3 slot :?:
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Re: Best Multi-Guitar Stand for Finishes

Postby (jps) » Mon Dec 12, 2016 5:40 pm

Reviving an old, but still useful thread.

I don't know if I had posted this photo of my Quik-Lok stand with some old friends on it.

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