RockStand Multiple "Flat Pack" (7-Instrument Stand)Item ID: RockStdF7
Collapsible Guitar Stand for Seven Guitars
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Keep multiple guitars safe and sound!The RockStand Flat Pack Stand safely keeps your seven favorite guitars handy. The back-to-back design practically makes it impossible for a guitar to take a tumble out of the stand, and padded foam covers the Flat Pack Stand everywhere the guitar touches the stand to protect the finish (the foam is safe for all guitar finishes). When you need to move the stand, simply collapse it down and carry it where you need to go. Onstage or in the studio, keep your guitars where you need them with the Flat Pack Stand!
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Onstage or in the studio, keep your favorite guitars handy with the RockStand Flat Pack Stand!
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Reviewsbased on 27 reviews
Good bang for the buck
by Mario D. DeLaura from Hamlin, NY, USAIt does exactly what itís supposed to do and that is easily hold 7 guitars. It sure beats paying $20 per guitar stand like I have in the past.
March 26, 2012
Music Background: Guitar, bass and music theory teacher
Legit customer review. lol
by Dusk Till Dawn from CAAwesome stand, can fit 2 acoustic guitars, 2 bass guitars, and 2 electrics ^^
January 4, 2012
Music Background: Musician/Band
it's very light weight but built to do it's job right and
the top folds over the bottom part for max stora... read more [+]ge
just hard to move around once you have more than a couple guitars on it
my bands thinking about buying another one of these =D close [-]
by Cody from lake geneva,wiwell, its a simple design but it works just fine. if you know what you're doing when you assemble the unit, its solid! if you take care of your guitars, you wont knock them against each other when you... read more [+] pick them off of the stand.its just...that....simple! close [-]
July 15, 2011
Music Background: hobbyist
multiple guitar stand
by Shawn Williams from Ethel, LABought the stand for my husband for Fathers Day. I was able to assemble it myself. He was thrilled with it..so easy to access guitars now. I got a call shortly after ordering it. The Sweetwater employ... read more [+]ee was very helpful and just wanted to "meet" the person ordering from him. We will use this company again! It was the cheapest price to boot! close [-]
July 2, 2011
Music Background: Musician
Does the job
by from United StatesI have this rack holding five electric guitars and a bass guitar. It seems to work pretty good for what we're using it for. It's far better than having half a dozen guitar stand strewn about the room.... read more [+]
March 7, 2013
Music Background: hobbyist
The guitars sit very close when in the rack, so you MUST be careful when taking them on and off the rack. Also, it can be slightly difficult to get guitars to lean toward the back of the rack properly. Guitars with tremolo arms like our Fender's are a little cramped. Each slot could be just a tiny bit wider to accommodate such things.
The way guitars sit, the lower strap button comes into contact with the front lower padded bar that the guitars sit on. If you have larger after market strap buttons it can take a moment to position the guitar so it's not tearing up the padding, and the guitar is leaning in it's spot properly.
Overall it's a great rack, I haven't had any real problems with it, but I did have to wait a while to get the hardware, because the manufacturer didn't include any hardware or manual with the product, but Sweetwater stayed on top of it, and I eventually got the hardware from BOTH Sweetwater AND the manufacturer. (Thanks guys!) close [-]
Phillip, Lynwood, IL