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Glasser Bass Stand  

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A portable, durable instrument stand for bass. Their patented action allows for set up in seconds. The locking mechanism provides incredible stabilit...Read More

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A portable, durable instrument stand for bass. Their patented action allows for set up in seconds. The locking mechanism provides incredible stability. Stand is height adjustable so endpin can remain extended. Folds down easily for excellent portability and have durable, baked on black finish. Sturdy double welded construction safely supports even the most delicate instruments. Necks and bodies are further protected by finish friendly cushioning and rubberized caps.


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GlasserBass Stand
 
1.3

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1.0

very poorly made, does not fit properly

By bill

from Ontario, Canada

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Pros

  • Looks Like A Meisel Stand

Cons

  • Not Functional
  • Unstable

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    Comments about Glasser Bass Stand:

    looks like a meisel stand, but does not even compare in quality and construction. The neck support is too low to support the neck of the bass where it should. The welds are week and when you try to make it fit as it should the welds break. These stands do not compare to the quality of either Meisel or Ingles stands which I believe to be much better quality. This just seems to be a cheap knock off of a Meisel stand, but doesn't fit or act like the real thing. Very poorly made.

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    1.0

    Wouldn't buy again

    By Nuri

    from Grand Rapids, MI

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    Pros

    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Flimsy
    • Not Functional

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio

    Comments about Glasser Bass Stand:

    Upon open its packaging and setting it up for the first time I discovered that it was already broken. The soldered joint that keeps together and adjusts the height of the neck cradle, was ripped away from its soldering place.

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    2.0

    Flimsy construction

    By Cliffsnotes

    from Cleveland

    Comments about Glasser Bass Stand:

    In general, there are better choices for parking an upright bass. I sent this stand back because it was already broken when I received it. The problem is the flimsy neck support, made of nothing more than heavy gauge wire, doubled over into two spindly legs that extend up through a pair of tubular lugs, spot-welded to the upper back of the A-stand. They don't even screw tighten. Just sort hold in place from the wire tension of the neck support legs. One of the lugs had un-welded from the lower A-frame, on the unit I received. This concept is in-adequate for the size and mass of an upright bass. It reminds me of a cemetary wreath-holder. I found a more satisfactory stand that works similarly, but is infinitely more surdy, and a few bucks cheaper to boot. MF should drop this product and replace it with that one.

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