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RockStand by Warwick 7-Guitar Stand/Flightcase
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If you're touring, or even playing a lot around town, the rugged RockStand by Warwick 7-Guitar Stand with its own flight case is perfect for you. Hol...Click To Read More About This Product
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For the traveling professional.
If you're touring, or even playing a lot around town, the rugged RockStand by Warwick 7-Guitar Stand with its own flight case is perfect for you. Holds 7 acoustic, electric, or bass guitars in any combination. Moveable base pieces secure with Velcro to custom fit your collection. The stand folds into a guitar-sized flight case with chromeplated ball corners, butterfly locks and aluminum-reinforced edges. Plush velvet interior prevents scratches.
- Holds 7 instruments
- Safe for all guitar finshes
- Conveniently folds into its own guitar-sized, rugged flight case
- Tolex exterior with chromeplated ball corners and butterfly locks
- Aluminum-reinforced edges
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These are well made, easy to set up and very sturdy. The only problem is that when you buy one, the rest of your band will expect you to let them use the "other" spaces.
This is my second warwick stand and overall the quality is decent. Calling it a flight case is strange considering the sides are glorified cardboard. The latches and hinges are strong, which makes it a shame they didnt make the actual boards stronger. Once you set this up you have one typical problem, if one instrument leans to the right, the next ot the left, the headstocks smash into each other. With some foam, this is a easy problem to fix by taping a wedge of foam on the brace forcing the strings ot lean forward thus making it uniform and very stable. The other issues is the top of the case. If you have a j130 or something similar size, should the case attempt to close, warwick's safeguard foam is not enough to handle dreadnoughts. anohter simple fix, taking a thick terrycloth towell and laying it over the back of the stand. I have aboue 100k in vintage gear in this stand and I completely trust it with these modifications.. also take the time to setup the foam it comes with properly and you'll be happy
I've had my stand for several years now and it's been all over California and to Europe and back. Guitars are protected pretty well while stored in it. The only weak link is the front side where there's nothing to stop them from falling out. I angle them toward the back and haven't had any problems yet. It's easy to pack up and set up and doesn't take up much space, and it's nice that you can arrange the dividers to fit different sized guitars. I'd like it to a little cheaper but overall I'm very happy with it.
I ordered this product from Musician's Friend and I'm mostly happy with it. It does just what it's intended to do-hold an arsenal of seven guitars at hand so they're ready for rockin'. My only real complaint with this item is that it needs some sort of safety straps that clip or hook on each side of the stand while it's open and holding guitars to keep them from falling forward if the stand gets bumped. Other than that, it's a good product at a good price.
These things cannot stand up to normal wear if you're in a band that actually plays gigs. Inside of 6 months, most of the screws had fallen out, and I could barely get the thing to close properly. It's useless. It's an excellent idea if the craftsmanship wasn't so poor.