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RockStand by Warwick 5 Guitar Corner Stand
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The RockStand by Warwick 5 Guitar Corner Stand is an electric bass/guitar stand for 5 instruments, with protective rubber coating and 5 nonslip feet,...Click To Read More About This Product
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The RockStand by Warwick 5 Guitar Corner Stand is an electric bass/guitar stand for 5 instruments, with protective rubber coating and 5 nonslip feet, 3 of which are adjustable. Makes the most of corner spaces.
- Electric bass/guitar stand
- Holds 5 instruments
- Protective rubber coating
- 5 nonslip feet, 3 are adjustable
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The stand is a good concept in that it can hold multiple guitars and takes up less space. Being curved, it tends to reduce the chance of guitars banging together when handling them. My biggest disappointment is the instructions to install the unit was a joke. Poor photos and even poorer explanation. The quality of the hardware was decent, but I have a couple extra parts which weren't shown photos or described in the instructions! Very odd! However, it's not difficult to assemble if you have a logical mind. They include both an allen wrench and open end wrench - a nice touch. I've not had it long enough to know how durable it will be, but the foam pads appear to be the "weak sister". I question how long they will last. A word of caution - you need to position the body of the guitar carefully on the rest, or it may be off balance and fall forward. Just be careful the first couple times you use it. Once assembled, the stand is very stable and the adjustable feet help. Overall, not a bad investment for home use, but don't think it would hold up too long on the road.
Not a bad product. Built mostly for electrics, but works well with acoustic provided you alternate guitars between the pegs. I have two resonators, one dreadnought, and two electrics on mine, and if careful, you won't bang them. The cushioning on the rails protects units, but could have been made with more sturdy materials. The top rail cushion was cracked/split upon receipt, but these splits haven't grown any, or caused any problems.
If you set it up right it is a very strong and reliable stand. However, if you want to take advantage of the 5 spaces, they need to be all electrics of the same headstock type (straight/angled). If you wanted, you can only put an acoustic on one/both ends to maintain the space properly, but one has to be facing the opposite direction, which is fine with me. Same rule applies to a rack with 3 fenders in the middle with two les pauls on the side. So you really can fit them all.Please also note that the foam may damage bindings on les pauls by slight discoloration, so do what the factories do when storing guitars, wrap the foam in bubble wrap.
This does what it is supposed to do, but figuring out how to put it together might require a Masters in Cryptic Ciphering. The manual for this rack is horrible. Parts dont match the description and the few instructions there are are poorly translated.Other than the manual, I do really like this rack. You just have to have an Engineering degree (which I have thankfully) to figure out how to put the thing together.
This stand is a much better alternative to the "straight" version. Still not great for 5 guitars, but 3 and an acoustic work well. The slight curve keeps the guitars from knocking into eachother on stage, much easier in & out. Nice stand, keeps all my guitars together and ready to go.