Planet Waves The HeadstandItem ID: Headstand
Neck Support Stand for Changing Guitar Strings
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There's a Better Way!The Headstand stabilizes guitars during string-changes. Designed to gently and securely support the guitar, The Headstand makes the string changing process hassle-free. The compact size and collapsibility allow you to store The Headstand in your case, so it's there whenever you need it. Planet Waves has a long history of building practical, guitar-centric tools and accessories at amazing prices and The Headstand is certainly something every guitarist will find useful!
Planet Waves The Headstand Features:
Support your neck during string changes with The Headstand!
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Reviewsbased on 1 review
Very Useful Gadget
by from Fort WayneI was skeptical about this one, but I did not want to spend forty bucks for the pad and stand combo, so I gave it a try. It works great. It is very light weight, and folds out fast. It tholds the g... read more [+]uitar nicely, and the rubber padding is good enough not to scratch nitro finishes. It can be a little rickety though, especially when winding strings, but not to the point of collapsing. Overall it was worth ten dollars, and I recommend it.
May 9, 2010
Music Background: Hobbyist
Note to Sweetwater - why the heck is this listed in "guitar stands", and not with the other guitar care products? it's one and only purpose is to hold the headstock while working on a guitar. Just saying. close [-]
Mike, Cheney, WA