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FretRest by Proline Electric Folding A-Frame Guitar Stand

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This sturdy tripod stand with rubber feet holds your guitar securely and won't mar your finish. 13"W x 13-1/4"H x 17"D. Folds up compactly.

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Overview

This sturdy tripod stand with rubber feet holds your guitar securely and won't mar your finish. 13"W x 13-1/4"H x 17"D. Folds up compactly.

Specifications
  • 3"W x 16-1/2"H x 4" D (before display)
  • 7.5cm W x 42cm H x 10.5cm D (before display)
  • 13"W x 13-1/4"H x 17"D (after display)
  • 33.0cm W x 33.5cm H x 43cm D (after display)
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4.7

(based on 12 reviews)

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Fits the bill

Anyone who has carried stands to gigs can appreciate not having to find the various parts to assemble a stand when your trying to get your stuff ready. I've heard some say that having...Read complete review

Anyone who has carried stands to gigs can appreciate not having to find the various parts to assemble a stand when your trying to get your stuff ready. I've heard some say that having an upper support on a stand helps protect the neck but if you bump into any stand your axe is gonna crash. This stand presents a smaller footprint (= smaller target) It packs small & sets up & folds down very quickly.

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Jazz Bass + Fretrest = Not Good

Purchased the FretRest at local Guitar Center last week. My New Mexi Jazz Bass didn't sit very well in it at the house, but almost fell over twice on a Telecaster on a break...Read complete review

Purchased the FretRest at local Guitar Center last week. My New Mexi Jazz Bass didn't sit very well in it at the house, but almost fell over twice on a Telecaster on a break at a gig. I will be returning it this week. I'm sure it would work better with non-offset body guitars/basses.

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5.0

No Complaints

By James

from Vermont

Product does just what it is supposed to do. Compact footprint, super stable and guitars don't need to be perfectly aligned - easy in, easy out. Using with a Strat and Les Paul style ESP. Price is right - would buy again.

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5.0

Great Stand!

By EUGENE YAMASHITA

from Seattle, WA

Great little stand! I?ve replaced the 2 regular guitar stands I use for gigs with these Proline stands. They pack small, hold your guitar well and are very stable. I bought the first one over a year ago and it?s still looks like new. It gets beat up less than a regular stand because it folds up and fits in my gear bag.

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5.0

Great Choice

By Patrick James McKenna

from St.Marys, GA

Prior to a gig, I stopped at a Guitar Center and found a couple of neat guitar stands. One was made by Fender. The other was made by Proline (which I considered a no-name brand). I decided to take a chance on the Proline. Not only did I get a bargain, I acquired a quality product. It's compact in size but holds a big Jazz Bass. As much as I like Fender products, I'd rather save money than help pay college tuition for Leo's grandchildren. I give this product a five star review only because this review is on five star scale.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Remember it's for *electric* guitars

By Peter Connolly

from Layton, Utah

This is a great little stand for electric guitars and basses. Nicely padded, very light, and folds up in to almost nothing. Note that there are two versions of this stand; one for acoustic guitars (FS1010A), and one for electric. The difference is the length of the folding arms at the front of the unit; the acoustic version has longer arms to get over the thickness of the body. We have several Fretrest HT1010 stands, which are great for in-studio use, but too bulky for outside gigs. We'll be buying a few more of these small ones as replacements.

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Jazz Bass + Fretrest = Not Good

By David S.

from Little Rock, Arkansas

Purchased the FretRest at local Guitar Center last week. My New Mexi Jazz Bass didn't sit very well in it at the house, but almost fell over twice on a Telecaster on a break at a gig. I will be returning it this week. I'm sure it would work better with non-offset body guitars/basses.

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(10 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

FaNtAsTiC! Seriously.. A Great Stand!

By Garry

from Albany, NY

I am a novice player and just bought my first Guitar, a Fender Strat. I did some research on stands to find which one would support and protect my guitar the best. After reviwing, the ProLine FretRest seemed the best choice - and it turned out to be a GREAT choice. The guitar seems to be very sturdy while on the stand. It also folds up to to be transported easily. I read alot about certain stands damaging the guitars finish, but I did not hear that at all about this stand. I think this is an awesome stand, especially for the price.

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(2 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

An unexpected but perfect use for it: my Mac monitor!

By Lauren

from Plano, TX

The molded plastic stand for my (very expensive) Mac monitor broke recently and I thought I would have replace a perfectly good monitor just because I couldn't get it to stand up. Fortunately, I checked a blog where another frustrated Mac monitor owner had used this stand as a fix for his monitor. What a genius! This BRILLIANT solution works even better than the original stand! We're ordering a supply of them for our office and, honestly, you guys have a whole unexplored market niche waiting out there!

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(4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great piece of equipment

By Oxfan

from Rochester, Pa.

Picked one up last night. I've always been a fan of the folding stands, I have two others that are considerably larger. This one holds any of my basses perfectly and securely. I have a Precision, a Jazz and an MB5. The Jazz can be a problem because of the shape, this stand holds it perfectly. At the bargain price, I may have to replace the other two.

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

solid little stand

By shebop-ba-doobop

from durango, co

got this for my wife's bass...inexpensive, shipped quick, solid, good padding and tripod style is stable on our carpet.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Good stand

By Matt Jordan

from San Jose, Ca

I needed a stand to hold my new LP when I wasn't playing it, and I ordered this one to give it a try. Figured it was cheap, had good reviews, and I may as well go for it. And no complaints so far!

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