Taylor Guitar Stand - Natural, Sapele and Mahogany

Wooden Guitar Stand for Acoustic Guitars
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A Real Taylor Guitar Stand!

Treat your Taylor guitar to a luxury stand with the Taylor Guitar Stand. Made from eye-catching and sturdy sapele, this guitar stand adds a touch of class to your room or stage rig. Rubber pads protect your guitar's finish from dings and blems. The laser-etched logo and satin finish complete the subtle and classy looks of this stand. Take it from the Sweetwater crew - the Taylor Guitar Stand is the perfect solution for your stand needs.

Taylor Guitar Stand Features at a Glance:
  • Guitar stand constructed from sapele
  • laser-etched logo lets everyone know it's a Taylor
  • Strategically placed rubber pads keep your guitar safe.
  • Satin finish looks great and is wear resistant
Keep your guitar safe and sound with the Taylor Guitar Stand!

Tech Specs

Type Stand
Number of Guitars 1
Manufacturer Part Number 70100

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After reading other reviews, I was blown away by the workmanship of this wooden stand. Some reviews were not so good, but I found that it is extremely sturdy and well made. I am very pleased with this wooden stand and would recommend it to anyone who wants to show-case their Taylor guitars on this cool stand.

Design flaws damaged my new Taylor 410

Ok, so my new 410 now has two dings on the front of it. Yep, right where the 2 arms on the bottom come out and hook up and make contact with the guitar's top. Seems like that would be a good spot for some of those "strategically placed rubber pads".... but in fact the six little pads you see are the only protection provided. This leaves you with 4 unprotected contact points that are very difficult to avoid, even with extreme care- which you no doubt will have to use because it doesn't like to sit straight in the stand and can easily be resting on only 2 or 3 of the lower rubber pads when you place you guitar on it. The portion of the stand the guitar actually sits on is too wide from front to back and allows too much movement of the guitar when picking it up- gravity will then direct your guitar to one of the 4 unprotected contact points. I am extremely cautious with my gear and this was in a home studio setting- if it happened to me, it will happen to you too. I fully believe that the design flaws of this stand are directly responsible for the damage to my guitar- I have contacted Taylor and await their response. I highly recommend purchasing a different stand from Sweetwater.
Music background: 24 years playing/collecting guitar
See also: Taylor, Taylor Guitar Stands