On-Stage Stands GS7361 - 3-Space Foldable Multi Guitar Rack

Portable Guitar Rack for Three Guitars with Instrument Separators and Folding Base
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$49.95
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Three Guitars - Ready to Rock!

Got three guitars you want to keep ready to rock? Sweetwater's got a guitar rack for you! On-Stage Stands' GS7361 portable guitar rack safely keeps three of your favorite guitars racked up and ready to roll. Ideal for the studio, the stage, or home, the GS7361 accommodates a selection of acoustic, electric, and bass guitars. Black velveteen rubber covers all contact points, separating your guitars and safeguarding them from contact damage with other instruments in the rack. The GS7361's folding one-piece design is ideal for easy setup, transport, and storage.

On-Stage Stands GS7361 Portable Three-Guitar Rack Features at a Glance:
  • Accommodates 3 electric guitars, or 2 acoustic and 1 electric (and vice versa)
  • Black velveteen rubber covers all contact points
  • Space-saving design ideal for stage use
  • Folding base design for easy setup and carrying
Keep your guitars where you need them with the On-Stage Stands GS7361!

Tech Specs

Type Stand
Number of Guitars 3
Weight 6.7 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number GS7361

Customer Reviews

2/5
Based on 3 reviews
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4/5

Good Deal

It does the job. We use these at school, and they do just fine for both guitar and bass. Some assembly required, but with the instructions it took me about 20 minutes to get it going. The little dividers on the bottom seem to be removable for storage (i.e. they will fall out if not kept horizontal), but since we move them so much we usually just leave them off. I may be getting one for myself in the future. A note about the padding- on the round parts (points of normal contact) it is about 2-3mm of sturdy padding, but the square tubing on the bottom and sides have only about 1mm, sort of like a foam tape. It's definitely enough to prevent denting/scratching.
Music background: Drums/Bass/Live Sound
1.5/5

It's OK but don't Love it

I have a Hercules 5 guitar stand and it's SOOO worth the money. I got this stand for a month tour I'm doing to swap guitars live... Not a great idea. If you're gonna have it seat in your home studio and not move it, I think it does the job. For the road, big No-no! The frame feels cheap too. I guess it does the job but I don't trust it nearly as much as I do my Hercules.
Music background: Guitarist/Producer
1/5

Bad

Difficult to assemble, not sturdy, way too expensive. Worst fifty bucks I ever spent.
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