On-Stage Stands The Mighty Guitar Stand

Compact A-frame Single Guitar Stand with Lightweight Polymer Construction, Adjustable Yoke Depth, and Protective Padding
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Keep One in Every Gig Bag!

Need a guitar stand with amazing convenience and portability? Sweetwater recommends the On-Stage Stands GS6500. Also known as The Mighty Guitar Stand, the GS6500 is compact enough to comfortable fit in your gig bag - but On-Stage gave it full-size features for your full-size guitar! The GS6500 is the bigger version of On-Stage Stands' popular Might Uke Stand. Still compact and lightweight, it's scaled up to handle your electric, hollowbody, semi-hollow, dreadnaught, classical, bass, and 3/4 size guitars. At this value price, if you own several instruments, it makes sense to pick more than one On-Stage Stands GS6500 Mighty Guitar Stand!

On-Stage Stands GS6500 The Mighty Guitar Stand Features at a Glance:
  • Sturdy, lightweight polymer construction
  • Folds to a compact 12.25" x 5.85" x 1.65"
  • Fits in most gig bag pockets, backpacks, etc.
  • Protective padding at all contact points prevents your guitar's finish
  • Rubber feet prevent the stand from sliding on hard surfaces
  • Adjustable yoke depth accommodates common body sizes from 3-5/32" to 5-1/8".
  • Wide stance with locking stabilizer bar ensures a solid, wobble free platform for your axe
  • Maximum base spread: 10.6"
On-Stage Stands' GS6500 The Mighty Guitar Stand: keep one in every gig bag!

Tech Specs

Type Stand
Number of Guitars 1
Height 12.25"
Depth 3.16" to 5.125"
Width 10.6"
Folded Dimensions 12.25" x 5.85" x 1.65"
Weight 1 lb.
Manufacturer Part Number GS6500

Customer Reviews

2.5/5
Based on 5 reviews
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4/5

Very Cool

I wasn't "blown away", but the quality and design are excellent. Folds right up for the gig bag.
Music background: Hobbyist
3/5

Mighty Guitar Stand

Well, this is a good product, not great, but good. It does as advertised - holds your guitar. It's not as "mighty" as one would hope it to be while it's holding your 3k+ guitar, however. Therefore it will be used primarily only to hold my lesser valued acoustics.
Music background: Live/Recording Musician
2.5/5

Mighty Guitar stand

Works well for Strat size body although you need to pay attention to balancing. A little more "tippy" than I like. It needs more weight in the base / feet. BEWARE with Les Paul weight and size. The smaller body profile slides a little more through the feet ( width cannot be adjusted in order to keep stand locked) and this time the strap button hits the floor . Too close for comfort for me !!! You will dent the guitar body !! Nevertheless I bought 2 but I use in house on carpet. The advantage of this construct is that I no longer get tangled straps or cables in the tripod or the neck hook.
Music background: long time hobbyist ,local scene player, band
1/5

Will not support anything with weight

The first time I place a 9 pound bass in this it rocked backwards. The slightest nudge would send it falling. Look carefully at the design; you'll notice there is no rear support. May work for an acoustic guitar but that's about it. Mine went right back.
1/5

Cool in concept but not execution

I like to have a super compact stand that fits in my roller case I use for gigging. This one seemed very cool in concept but in actual use, it always felt unstable, flimsy and cheap. Though you can adjust the feet to be narrower for an electric, they have to be at their widest setting to actually fold it up. At my last gig on a super small stage, one small misstep resulted in my stepping on the stand and breaking it.
See also: On-Stage Stands, On-Stage Stands Guitar Stands