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On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand  

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Overview

  • Single guitar/mixer/amp stand
  • Velveteen rubber padding
  • 1" x 1" square tubing
Description & Specs
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    $37.99
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  • Your Price:
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Stand holds either acoustic or electric guitar, mixer, or combo amp.

On-Stage's strongest A-Frame features heavy-duty square tubing, velveteen rubber and a "uni-construction" design which means that there are no parts to lose. A patented stepped yoke holds both acoustic and electric guitars as well as desktop mixers and combo amps, so there is no longer a need to own multiple stands when our patented stepped yoke can holdall of them! The unique shape also allows this stand to nest together with others when not is use.

Features

  • Single guitar/mixer/amp stand
  • Velveteen rubber padding
  • 1" x 1" square tubing

Can't make up your mind which stand to buy first? No problem when one stand can do it all! Order a Universal A-frame stand now and sort it out later.

 
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On-Stage StandsUniversal A-Frame Guitar Stand
 
4.5

(based on 22 reviews)

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    (1)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Nice guitar stand

I don't see how anyone could go wrong with this stand. Of course, that's just my opinion.
After careful scrutiny, I finally decided on this stand. and I have no...Read complete review

I don't see how anyone could go wrong with this stand. Of course, that's just my opinion.
After careful scrutiny, I finally decided on this stand. and I have no regrets. The best feature is what many have overlooked and have considered a drawback----if you open the stand only to the first stop, that is, halfway, it is ideal for all electric guitars. Many reviewers have missed this point and have complained that the stand is too close to the ground. Yes. if you open it completely for acoustic guitars, it would be.
No problems so far.
It does the job well, at a fair price.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not quite what I expected

I got the "On-Stage Stands" Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand based on the amount of positive reviews. Also up for consideration was the "Musicians Gear" a-frame style for electric...Read complete review

I got the "On-Stage Stands" Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand based on the amount of positive reviews. Also up for consideration was the "Musicians Gear" a-frame style for electric guitars, which has been trashed in the reviews. Well I've got the M.G. acoustic stand and it flat out rocks. Except for the arms, the one for electric guitars is the same. Still, the critiques convinced me to get this one.In terms of quality I was a little disappointed in the "On Stage". Unlike my M.G. there is no positive locking mechanism to keep it open, just some slight indents, also the "A" part of the frame is not fully surrounded with foam like my M.G., even the rubber feet were less substantial. Neither should prove problematic, but M.G. can do it and sell for under 10 bucks at this site. OK, so what does the On-Stage stand have going for it? It has the single most important factor when it comes to tipping, a center of gravity lower than a Weeble. My Strat would actually touch the rug underneath the stand. I can't ever see this thing tipping. Maybe if my nephew mistakes it for a tackling dummy, and even then. The arms cradle it in such a way the guitar would have to be knocked pretty hard to come loose. I don't worry at all about it not having a neck support the way I thought I would, looks so much better this way as well. My Strat has no cord issues as owners of other brands have mentioned. I'm a freak about the finish on mine and the arms as delivered kind of wedged it from the side instead of supporting it from the bottom. Almost sent it back because of that. I was worried that after putting the guitar in and out of the stand a few hundred times the paint would wear from the slight rubbing.Now don't try this at home kids, but I was able to put some persuasion to the arms until they were a closer and about 1/2" higher. This also aligned the top pad with the neck plate so there are only 2 points of contact with the finish. Doesn't fold up as tight now, but it's a small sacrifice.Would I buy it again? Like I said the M.G. stand is clearly better built, but the bottom line is that I can't see my Strat ever taking a dive off this stand under normal circumstances.

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5.0

Great stand!

By tooldave2005

from SE MN

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Pros

  • Compact
  • Holds Items Securely
  • Portable
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Holds My Acoustic Well
    • Home Studio
    • Performances

    Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

    At full open, it holds my acoustic, and at "partial" opening, it holds my Les Paul. Very stable unit.

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    5.0

    One of the best guitar stand...excellent

    By Edwin Rodriguez

    from Chicago

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    Pros

    • Holds Items Securely
    • Stable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Performances
      • Professional Recording

      Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

      I went to a recording session and I saw this excellent guitar stand and I wanted one. This is superior product where I can display my Peerless Archtop guitar. I'm planning to order two more and for the price, you can't beat that.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great Stand

      By Kyle Cottingham

      from Undisclosed

      Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

      I use this stand for both of my guitars. Very sturdy yet simple. Only thing is with strap locks on board your guitar, they will touch the floor as there is not enough clearance.

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      1.0

      Not particularly good...

      By Dan Krygowski

      from Golden CO

      Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

      Sturdy and well-made, but a poor design that assumes that no one will ever come near the stand and it's contents, except to carefully put a guitar or bass on or off.
      The stand is way too wide for my Carvin electric bass. The bass sits on the floor, barely supported by the stand. Since the bass only leans against the stand, any tap sideways will send it to the floor. This will probably happen with any axe that you put in the stand, even if the stand supports it properly.
      Well-made, but poorly designed.

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      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Nice guitar stand

      By Bill Lee

      from Southern USA

      Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

      I don't see how anyone could go wrong with this stand. Of course, that's just my opinion.
      After careful scrutiny, I finally decided on this stand. and I have no regrets. The best feature is what many have overlooked and have considered a drawback----if you open the stand only to the first stop, that is, halfway, it is ideal for all electric guitars. Many reviewers have missed this point and have complained that the stand is too close to the ground. Yes. if you open it completely for acoustic guitars, it would be.
      No problems so far.
      It does the job well, at a fair price.

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      3.0

      Ok, but not great

      By Chris Salonica

      from Miami, FL

      Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

      Others have mentioned this already, but it's very low to the ground. On the one hand, that's great for stablity. On the other hand, I have strap locks on my guitar and the lower one will actually scrape the ground if I'm not careful about how I place the guitar in the stand. If you're got a side-mounted input jack, it could definitely be a problem. I have a Strat, so it's less of an issue.

      My gripe is that it doesn't seem to fit as securely as I'd like. I don't think it's going anywhere, or at least it hasn't yet, but I'd prefer a more solid fit. The legs that grab the bottom of the guitar have various ridges in them to accomodate different guitar shapes and there just doesn't seem to be one ideally suited to mine. I mean...it's a universal stand, and I have a Strat. I would've thought it accomodate it.

      That said, it probably won't be an issue unless you have kids, large pets, or some showpiece guitar. For the money, it's a good buy and has worked fine thus far.
      It's a single guitar stand. Not much to say about features.
      Seems sturdy.
      Certainly can't complain about the price.

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      4.0

      decent stand - wish it was just a tad taller from the ground

      By Alexander Ekrot

      from Houston

      Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

      If the design would accomodate my straight plug cord in the edge of my electric guitar then I would rate it perfect, however it's just a little too close to the ground - the plug hits the ground occasionally when you pull the guitar off the stand if you are not careful.
      the height that it supports the guitar from the ground is just a little to close if you have a straight plug coming out of the edge of your electric guitar. The plug hits the ground when you put the guitar into (or out of) the stand unless you are really careful. If it were just and inch taller, it would be perfect! I'm sure the made it close to the ground to lower the center of gravity/make it more stable - just something to consider in case you plan to use it with an electric (unless you have 90* plug or a jack on the finger pick guard (front) of the guitar.
      good - no issues with build quality
      fair price for the quality of the product

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Works 4 me better than any other

      By Slaptop

      from Home, WA

      Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

      I bought about a half dozen different types of stands until I found this one, all the others just collect dust now. One of the biggest bonuses of this design is you can grab the guitar and the stand won't try to follow or tip over like the tall ones do. It holds the guitar no matter what brand or style, you don't get that ability in the rest of them. I like the fact it doesn't hold the neck, makes it far easier to pick and and set down. I'd buy more if I had the room and could use them all at the same time. If you have more than one guitar, especially if you have both acoustic and electric, then you need at least one if not two or more of these little gems.
      This is a most simple and elegant design that serves a dual purpose of holding pretty much any shape guitar acoustic or electric. I think it's a lot more stable than the tall ones. And it folds up for easy travel, takes up a lot less room than the tall ones do. The rubber pad holds the body in place and doesn't mar or affect the finish at least not on any of the dozen or so guitarsI've used it for, both really old and brand new ones.
      It's solid with the exception that the arms for holding the body are bendable, but that's a two edged sword, not good when you step on them, and I've done that more than once, but also a good thing because you can bend them at will, although it takes some amount of effort, but if you think yours is too low to the floor, as some here have complained about, then just bend it up a bit and problem solved..
      Great value, kinda like buying insurance just once that lasts forever.

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Not quite what I expected

      Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

      I got the "On-Stage Stands" Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand based on the amount of positive reviews. Also up for consideration was the "Musicians Gear" a-frame style for electric guitars, which has been trashed in the reviews. Well I've got the M.G. acoustic stand and it flat out rocks. Except for the arms, the one for electric guitars is the same. Still, the critiques convinced me to get this one.In terms of quality I was a little disappointed in the "On Stage". Unlike my M.G. there is no positive locking mechanism to keep it open, just some slight indents, also the "A" part of the frame is not fully surrounded with foam like my M.G., even the rubber feet were less substantial. Neither should prove problematic, but M.G. can do it and sell for under 10 bucks at this site. OK, so what does the On-Stage stand have going for it? It has the single most important factor when it comes to tipping, a center of gravity lower than a Weeble. My Strat would actually touch the rug underneath the stand. I can't ever see this thing tipping. Maybe if my nephew mistakes it for a tackling dummy, and even then. The arms cradle it in such a way the guitar would have to be knocked pretty hard to come loose. I don't worry at all about it not having a neck support the way I thought I would, looks so much better this way as well. My Strat has no cord issues as owners of other brands have mentioned. I'm a freak about the finish on mine and the arms as delivered kind of wedged it from the side instead of supporting it from the bottom. Almost sent it back because of that. I was worried that after putting the guitar in and out of the stand a few hundred times the paint would wear from the slight rubbing.Now don't try this at home kids, but I was able to put some persuasion to the arms until they were a closer and about 1/2" higher. This also aligned the top pad with the neck plate so there are only 2 points of contact with the finish. Doesn't fold up as tight now, but it's a small sacrifice.Would I buy it again? Like I said the M.G. stand is clearly better built, but the bottom line is that I can't see my Strat ever taking a dive off this stand under normal circumstances.

      Comment on this review

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      3.0

      Sits too low

      By Rowger

      from US

      Comments about On-Stage Stands Universal A-Frame Guitar Stand:

      Does not work with JS1200 cord hits and you cant turn guitar because of how it rests on the bottom of the neck. Also guitar sits too low to the ground. You put down wrong and it will hit the ground.

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