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Ultimate Support Genesis 600 Double Guitar Stand
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The legs on Genesis 600 from Ultimate lock in place for extreme stability and strength--and it's equally stable and safe with just one instrument or ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Sturdy with easy setup and transport.
The legs on Genesis 600 from Ultimate lock in place for extreme stability and strength--and it's equally stable and safe with just one instrument or with two. It features the award-winning "Flash" base; squeeze the lever to open and close the legs in one easy umbrella-style motion. Set-up and adjustment has never been so fast. The one-piece design folds up as small as single guitar stands. It protects instrument finishes with a safe molded coating on all contact points. Height is adjustable and it will accommodate guitars, banjos, and basses.
- Holds 2 guitars, basses, or banjos
- Locking legs
- "Flash" base for quick set up
- Protects instrument finish
- Folds for easy storage or transport
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Genesis 600 Double Guitar Stand
- 29 " to 48" height
- 4.75" x 4.75" x 29.5" folded
- 5 lbs.
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I bought this for the convinience of having a double stand. However, there are some serious flaws in the design. First, it is quite heavy and bulky. also, the only place the stand supports the instrument is at the headstock. The feet fold down, not up, so they collapse under the weight of the guitar. Bad design. Plus, it takes up an aweful lot of space. Lastly, it freaks me out suspending my instrument so high from the ground, which again is a must because of it's design. Sorry I bough it.
This is my second Ultimate stand and both are qulity items. As a gigging musician, I've struggled to find a good one-piece, multi-guitar stand that can hold my V shaped guitar and my double-neck bass. As you may know, guitars with odd shaped bottoms are only stable in stands that "hang" the guitar by the headstock. This baby does the trick. But it also has some added benefits. Unlike alot of muti-guitar stands, this is all one piece. No removable top or screw-in pieces to get lost at the gig. The rubber retention strap at the top is fastened to the stand and wont fall off and includes a spot to stick a few picks. Set-up is easy once you know the trick or two. Sure, it is a bit heafty and even folded up, it's a bit long, but these are small drawbacks. The base is wide, but sits flat on the floor. Don't underestimate how important that is......no wires can get underneath. I've had more than one accident when someone trips over a wire that is under my guitar stand. Can you say broken headstock! I've tested it with one guitar and two guitars....stable! I tested it with one solid-body bass and an acoustic guitar.....stable. I tested it with my double-neck base (hanging by one neck!!!) with all the above combinations and by itself....stable, stable stable. Unlike alot of stands that, with the slightest nudge, make a bee-line for the floor (with your prized axe in tow!!), you need quite a force to knock this pup off its moorings. Ultimate stands can be pricy, so I wait for the sales. But, even at full price, they are worth the $$. What's the sense in saving an extra 20 to 25 bucks while risking your baby....especially at gigs where you have to deal with clumsy drummers! Spring for the good one and sleep easy! Uh...my next one will be the triple.
This stand is dangerous to your expensive guitars. My Gretsch Tennessee Rose fell over during a gig. The two backrests do NOT "click" into place, as indicated in the instructions. Instead they COLLAPSE and cause the stand to become unstable - hence the reason my beloved "Rose" took a nose dive behind my back. I suggest a Hercules double guitar stand instead - worth the extra $30.
I hope the people calling the "folding down legs" weak know that those aren't legs, they're backrests... They weren't designed to hold the full weight of the guitar. It's main support is on the neck of the guitar, while the backrest prevents it from moving/rotating while on the stand. It holds any shape guitar. It's bulky, but very solid.