Guitar Stand for Multiple Guitars – TODIMART

Guitar Stand for Multiple Guitars

$45.99

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Guitar Stand for Multiple Guitars, 2-tier Guitar Stand, Adjustable Guitar Stand for Bass, Guitar, Electric,3 Holder floor for AMP,Record, Music Album, Music Organizer for Music Home Studio(2-tier)

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  • Space-saving: This guitar rack has four holders that can accommodate up to four guitars, including electric and bass guitars. It also features three tiers of shelves for storing acoustic collections, guitar accessories, amplifiers, music albums, and magazines.
  • Perfectly protect your guitar: The guitar stand is made of heavy-duty metal, with the arm portion wrapped in soft and elastic rubber. The height-adjustable legs can adapt to different terrains, allowing you to confidently place your guitar on it.
  • Adjustable guitar stand: The guitar stand features adjustable grip arms, allowing for easy accommodation of guitars of various sizes. Please note that only guitars with similar dimensions can be placed on one side at a time!
  • Perfect Gift: This is an excellent guitar stand, and it would be the wisest choice to give it as a gift to a friend who enjoys playing the guitar. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us, and we will promptly address your concerns.
  • After-sales support: If there is any problem with the guitar stand you receive, you only need to provide us with photos and we will provide you with free return and exchange service

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J.
Sturdy table/stand that's easy to assemble

I expected this to arrive in a large box, so I was surprised when the box that I got was easy to carry in. The table/stand assembles pretty quickly - it took me about 20 minutes - and it feels VERY sturdy once it's together. I got it mainly for the table, so I have a nice place just for my record player, but I will definitely find a use for the guitar stand. It's really nice quality, and it looks nice in the corner of the living room.

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A.R.
Smaller than it looks, works well, missing an important predrilled hole

Our son has needed a place to put his new acoustic guitar but I didn’t want to put holes in the wall for a traditional forked guitar hanger, especially since he hasn’t decided where he wants to practice permanently in our home. This seemed like it was a good storage option wherever he chooses. It is smaller than it looks in the pictures. But, it’s just the right size. Don’t plan on putting big speakers or an amp on the shelves. Probably more realistically sheet music or smaller music accessories. Assembling it was pretty easy; it took him about 45 minutes. They had the forethought to make the metal frame reversible so you don’t almost finish building it and realize one part is turned backwards. However, very strangely, they mis-placed (or completely missed) a predrilled hole for the top back bar of the guitar holder. The one existing hole looks like it should be the correct hole but it is 2 inches too low. It’s one of the reversible holes for the shelves. It wasn’t too difficult to remedy, but we had to pull out the drill and a metal-cutting bit to drill our own hole. But, beware, the height of the guitar holder metal frame is lower than the height of the shelf frame, so make sure to measure from the correct height down the frame when you drill. The instructions say to call them with any concern. I don’t know how they would remedy the missing hole. And, it won’t hold the guitars reliably without having the bar supported on both frames, which requires an additional hole. Other than that, it does truly hold two different guitars. The guitar holders are vinyl covered to protect the guitar finish. The two shelves are a dark-stained laminate on pressed wood but seems solid enough with predrilled holes. Fairly solid but lightweight. Well-balanced. Has adjustable feet. It is a good fit for his bedroom.

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A.E.
If you build it they will come

This guitar stand is my Field of Dreams. I do not play guitar. However, I have always wanted to do so. If you build it, they will come, right? Well I like the vibe provides, until I get my guitar. And I will get my guitar and I will learn to play. Thank you to this company for inspiring me to take a step forward, and making my space even cooler until then. It's well priced, easy to assemble, and sturdy as well. This is a smart purchase.

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B.
Good, with a caveat

This is a pretty decent stand/shelf combo. I hadn't seen anything like this before, and thought it would be perfect for my music room. The shelves provide a decent space for a practice amp etc, and it claims to be able to hold up to four guitars.

The good: Assembly was very easy. It took me about 20 minutes all together, and 5 of that was undoing the side support brackets because I realized I wanted them on the other side. The faux wood material for the shelves looks nice and feels like it will last. The guitar brackets are coated with rubber, so I don't expect them to scratch my instruments.

The not so good: The way the holes are drilled is wonky. The top bar ends up tilting down toward the shelves (see pics). I am quite good at following these instructions (if I do say so myself) and I checked it a bunch of times to make sure I didn't miss something. The top hole on the main shelf is about an inch and a half too low. It's not a matter of moving the bottom shelf up; as you can see, the feet on the bracket ends put the bottom of the bracket at the same height as the top holes at the bottom of the main shelf section. It's just that one hole for the top bar. I am going to drill another hole, which will be easy, and will solve the issue, but it's just weird. It causes the inner guitar bracket to sit insecurely, so it's not just an aesthetic issue. Odd...

Anyway, I don't see this as a major problem, I just think it's strange. I still like this piece of furniture overall.

Guitar Stand for Multiple Guitars - TODIMART
TODIMART

Guitar Stand for Multiple Guitars

$45.99

Guitar Stand for Multiple Guitars, 2-tier Guitar Stand, Adjustable Guitar Stand for Bass, Guitar, Electric,3 Holder floor for AMP,Record, Music Album, Music Organizer for Music Home Studio(2-tier)

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