The triple version of the Hang It! guitar stand hold any combination of standard guitars with a stable, three-legged design. This stand is perfect for vintage collections and make for an excellent dis... Read More
The triple version of the Hang It! guitar stand hold any combination of standard guitars with a stable, three-legged design. This stand is perfect for vintage collections and make for an excellent display piece. The tripod base provides stability and fold for guitarists on the go. Features Velveteen rubber on all contact surfaces.
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Like others have said the bottom bars have a thin padding on them. Mine doesn't have any exposed metal so that's good. But the padding is thin so I feel like I need to be careful when I put my guitars away, especially my acoustic. But other than that it's great. I keep my electric, my acoustic, and my bass on it (no problems with height). The top part holds the guitar neck nice and snug so I feel confident that nothing will be knocked off the stand by accident. And when all three guitars are hanging on it the stand feels nice and sturdy.
This stand is solid product good build holds any guitar really well, my only problem was the foam padding on the bottom piece where the body of the guitar lays against was not covered well there is bare metal showing and it makes me a little nervous that if caught just right it could gouge the guitar but other than that great stand much better than a 3 guitar non-hanger since the heads do not lean in and touch.
I have a double guitar stand but recently bought a new fiddle and figured I would go with the triple stand rather than a single or another double. I have used the stands that sit in the cradles but they just don't feel safe to me. I like this style of stand that hangs the guitar from the head. The guitar just doesn't feel like it is going anywhere when it is hung. When I have all three guitars on the stand, the stand is very stable and not going anywhere. With one or two guitars on the stand it remains just as stable. I was hesitant about this stand based on other reviews that said it was too short but I gave it a shot anyway. When I first set up the stand and hung my guitars I was a little upset because the stand was an inch or two too short for two of my guitars. It hung my strat perfectly but it was too short for my fender acoustic and LTD. Then I discovered that it could be adjusted higher and then I had no problems. My freinds Ibanez 24 fret bass will fit on thing without a problem. Its hard to explain without visual aids where I think others are going wrong when they say its too short but I will try. The stand is two pieces that fit telescopically together. You can adjust it up and down. There is a screw on the outer tube (bottom piece of stand) that you tighten into a vertical slot on the inside tube (top piece). If you set it at its lowest setting then the top of the slot the screw goes in rests on the screw making it so that even if the screw was a little lose it won't go down. I am assuming that everyone assumes that is the only way to put it together but you can adjust the screw to any part of that slot and it will hold very securely. The screw does not have to be tightened to the top of the slot.
It's a stand. It hangs 3 axes. what else can I say? good deal for the price.
Using it at home for acoustic guitars Pro�ۡ���s�ۡ��_ Price, stable, overall a good stand for the price Con�ۡ���s�ۡ��_ You have to be careful when removing or placing guitars on the stand so you don�ۡ���t bang them on the other guitars. It�ۡ���s the nature of a 3 guitar stand. A little concerned about the padding on the lower standoffs, the ends are bare and you could bang up the back of your favorite guitar if your not very careful.
This stand is not tall enough to hold my Martin 000x1 or my Martin 00016gte....does hold my Fender Telecaster though...not sure why it says it supports most acoustics...it is short by a good inch....the only way to make it usable is to have the guitars in between the backrests....
the hang-it stands are an extreme improvement; much safer, more stable, and solidly made in general. I've found this across all manufacturers. I've thrown out or given away an easy dozen singles, doubles and triple lean-to 's. if you break just one neck over a career you'd be lucky; most necks are broken falling out of a chump stand.
Been looking for a sturdy stand to support my bass's. Gibson Thunderbirds, an Gibson RD, and Gibson Explorer. As well as a Kramer EX8 (heavy 8 string with aluminum neck and radical body shape) This stand performs fine. when removing one of 3 It stand firm. Dollar for Dollar a great Deal.
The stand is very sturdy,And well ballanced.On wood or carpet.Sets up quickly,And can be broken down with a twist of the wrist and a push.I'm rollin' with 5 basses so this little baby saves on stage room.Also my basses dont swing side to side on it.Possibly chipping the paint. BUT it is alittle short for a couple of my basses.My B.C.Rich Warlocks clear 2",And My Dean Metal Man Z(Explorer Body)mabe 1".But thats just acouple.For guitars you've got nothin' to worry about.I would pick up another one.Defanetly a good investment.
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