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NGSD (New guitar stand day)

veus55

Platinum Supporting Member
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862
I just got my new guitar stand from Stu and Wendy from Take a Stand.

I can only say WoW!!!
It is a high quality stand and it lived up to my expectations.

Stu and Wendy were a pleasure to deal with.







Sorry for the poor picture quality.
Thanks!
Dan
 

veus55

Platinum Supporting Member
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862
did I read correctly that these are in the neighborhood of $500?
That is correct. Not for the faint of heart, but if you have the dough, you will have a beautiful practical piece of furniture.
 

jb4674

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6,765
I can think of better things to spend gear money on than a $500 guitar stand but, that just me. If you like it, that's all that matters.

Congrats!
 

Crocker

Member
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1,077
I gotta say I could make one like that a lot cheaper. Nonetheless, it does look terrific. I've been accused of overspending on guitars too, so maybe we all have our thing.
 

GearFlipper

Senior Member
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595
Whaaa that dude is just being a baby cause be cant afford a Tyler. $500 is pretty effing steep for a stand, but I'll give you that it is very attractive.
 

Fingers

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Does the back of the guitar head or neck hit at all into the curved wood at the point where it hangs on the stand, or is there something that prevents it happening? (I think the guitar looks great btw, but that stand's really caught my eye!)
 

veus55

Platinum Supporting Member
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862
Nothing touches the guitar except for the handle bars. The guitar stands by gravity. The stand is designed to touch the guitar at the neck-head joint. The handle bars are covered with leather so there is no damage to the guitar finish.

Check out their website. I found them through an old post on TGP.

http://www.takeastandinc.com

By the way, I am not related to this company in any way. I am just a happy customer.
 

Fingers

Member
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708
Thanks. Looks tempting. The design would be so convenient for me, but it is a bit expensive. I'll give them a call. Probably another obsession eventually turning into a cave-in.
 

monty

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Very cool, a stand the lil lady would like to see in the living room-looks great. Nice axe too.
 




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