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Dean Markley Axe Rack Folding Electric and Bass Guitar Stand
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The Dean Markley Axe Rack Folding Electric & Bass Guitar Stand holds your guitar securely with a rear brace at the most stable angle and a special ri...Click To Read More About This Product
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Strong, sturdy stand folds flat for easy transport.
The Dean Markley Axe Rack Folding Electric & Bass Guitar Stand holds your guitar securely with a rear brace at the most stable angle and a special rigid T-brace to the foot of the back leg. The Axe Rack is small enough to fit in most gig bag pockets!
- Folds flat
- Improved angle for better balance
- Fits in most gig bag pockets
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This stand works and looks great. I found that it folds small enough that I could get it into my hardshell bass case with little trouble. The one drawback I found was that after a year or two of holding my heavy Hamer 5-string, the foam pad that is glued at the top started sliding down off the apex of the stand.
Not much to say about this stand, it is simply perfect for me and my needs. I keep my bass in this stand next to my desk while I am working at my computer, when i need a break, the bass is right there. Keeps it at a nice, comfortable, angle and i never feel as though the bass will "fall out" of the stand. I love that it is small and will fold up easily! Absolutely the best function in a perfectly sized package.
I bought one of these for my Les Paul. So far I like the stand. It seems to be made very well made and it is very compact when folded. The guitar seems very secure when in the stand. My only issue would be that as you place the guitar in the stand initially the weight of the guitar causes the back of the stand to come forward and strike the back of the guitar body. Fortunately the stand has a rubber pad in this exact area and no damage has been sustained to the guitar.I think it may just take some getting used to this type of stand. All my other stands have been the tubular type with the neck support and U shaped base although I'm considering buying the Dean stand for all of my guitars.