On-Stage Stands GS7353B-B Tri Flip-It! Reviews3.5/5.0 based on 6 customer reviews
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from Williams, OR
February 27, 2013Music Background:
Love this standDon't know why I didn't buy this one years ago. Makes the on stage set-up much easier. Breaks down nicely into small packable pieces. Love it1
from Fort Wayne, IN
September 20, 2006Music Background:
A Must Have..On-Stage has done it yet again!!!
This stand is absolutly AWSOME!! The photo does not do it justice.. When I received my Triple Guitar stand I was amazed to see that it had a "Spring Loaded" yoke arm the when you push it down you can remove your Guitar or Bass with one hand and it sprung back to a closed position. One ore of this "Ribber Band" type lock. If your stand(God Forbid)were to ever get tipped over the neck is COMPLETLY surrounded and enclosed by the Spring Loaded yoke arm. If you are looking to get a great Triple Guitar stand, On-Stage is they only way to go!!
Thank-You to On-Stage and of course SweetWater
from Atlanta, GA
January 11, 2010Music Background:
Perfect for Electric GuitarsGreat stand. The spring loaded neck clamp is fantastic. This is great for Electric guitars. Only issue is if you plan to use with acoustics, there is not enough room for two or more to fit without hitting either at the headstock or the sides. Otherwise, it would get a 5.0.
March 27, 2012Music Background:
Exactly what you expectDoes a fine job of holding three guitars for the price. I've used it with a Les Paul, Gretch and Strat and there's enough room for all three. Its certainly not OVER-engineered, but I don't fear for my guitars either. Can't ask for much more at this price point.
from Los Angeles
April 27, 2008Music Background:
Home recording, part time player
It's okayIt's a stable stand, and comfortably supports three electric guitars. Three acoustic guitars is a crowded, and the bodies can actuually knock into each other if you're not careful. I thought the purported one-handed operation was kludgy and almost dangerous. The Hercules tri stand is just as stable, easier to set up, provides more room between instruments, and is *much* easier to use with one hand (unfortunately, until Sweetwater adds them, you will have to go elsewhere to get Hercules stands).
from Davenport, IA USA
April 2, 2009Music Background:
Not for meIt works, I've been using mine for about a year but I'm switching to the side-by-side rack type from On-Stage. The locking neck really takes two hands. The bottom supports swivel like they're supposed to but that can also be a problem. One guitar is always going to be on the other side of the rack. Finally, the neck support comes off but it's bulky for transportation. Quick changes between songs mean the acoustic usually gets bumped. It's not terrible, just not what I want to use. I'm going to sell mine on eBay.