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Gear One GS5 Guitar Stand
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A sturdy stand for a price that won't sink your wallet.

This rugged metal universal guitar stand holds electric, acoustic, and bass guitars. Features a neck support that locks in place to keep your guitar secure and heavy-duty rubber covering to protect your finish. Convertible 3-piece design transports easily.

Gear One GS5 Guitar Stand Features:

  • Fits electric, acoustic, and bass guitars
    Neck support locks in place
    Heavy-duty rubber covering
    Convertible 3-piece design

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  • Great little stand for the price.

    As reviewed by Michael Collison on 3/12/2013

    I use this for my beat-up guitars and ones I use more often and don't care about. It is great for the price and is a lot better then ones you will find with a guitar bundle if you are a new player. I would recommend getting a security strap for this guitar because it does not come with one. I won't use this on any of my guitars that really mean a lot to me, personal preference, just don't want to risk anything so I keep them in their respective brand's hardshell case. It doesn't look like it would damage the finish or scratch, but the lack of a security strap and wide bottom could allow for an accident. Overall it is a decent little stand that is good for beginners or spare guitars.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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  • Musician's Gear guitarstands vs. Gear One GS5 guitar stand

    As reviewed by Bobby on 1/25/2015

    Musician's Gear guitar stand compared to Gear One GS5 stand. I recently purchased a pair of Musician's Gear stands that are made in a similar design to the Gear One GS5 stand. The Musician's Gear stands were on sale 2 for 10 bucks and when I bought the Gear One stand on sale, I believe for a similar but maybe slightly higher price. Can't remember exactly since it was a few months ago. The Gear One is made of larger, thicker, heavier metal and when you pick up both stands, the Gear One is substantially heavier and stronger. Less flex when handled. The Musicians Gear stands are fine for most guitars and the price is great, but if I were going to use one of these for my Peavy T-40 bass which is very heavy, it would be the Gear One. One good point for the Musician's Gear stands is the rubber strap that goes across the neck yoke. The Gear One did not have one. I do not use it often but at least it is there if I should need it. The tripod base on the Musician's Gear is slightly larger, maybe 1/2" longer legs and the neck pole is perhaps 2-3 inches longer. I personally like the Gear One better due to it's more substantial build quality. It is worth the small price difference. However I do not feel I got ripped off by purchasing the Musician's Gear stands. They do what they are supposed to do for a great price.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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  • Great for it's purpose

    As reviewed by Uriel on 6/8/2014

    So if you're lookiing at this stand, then you are probably not trying to spend too much money. Well, this one offers you a great stand. It's cheap and gets the job done. It's got cushion so your guitar won't get scratched. It is also very easy to assemble, in less then 30 seconds. So if your looking for something cheap and durable, you've got it here!

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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