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Amazon Price: $11.99 $11.99 (as of April 23, 2018 2:23 am –
ChromaCast items are made by artists for the energetic gamer. ChromaCast stands supply the most effective in cost and also quality. This A Framed Universal guitar stand folds for simple storage/travel and functions lightweight, durable, metal building and construction, rubber feet, soft foam tipped yoke, rubber back remainder and also protected lock system.
The angle that the guitar sits is absurd, angled way too far back…
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The angle that the guitar sits is ridiculous. It sits so far back that you can’t put his stand anywhere near anything, it’s constantly in the way because of the radius of clear space it needs. You can’t get closer than 3 feet from a wall. Not only that it doesn’t sit all that securely in the stand. It may work better for an acoustic but my electric sits terribly in this stand. I want to find one specifically for an electric and not a one size fits all like this one, the arms are way too large (to accommodate acoustic) for an electric to securely stay put. I cant believe it got such good ratings. See my pictures. It’s absurd how far back it sits. I am really upset about this purchase.
Decent stand, has a couple (fixable) issues though
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I bought a two-pack, currently one is being used with a Les Paul, the other for my Fender Champion amp (20). I would prefer if the guitar didn’t lean back quite as far in the stand, you have to set it away from the wall quite a bit. In a corner it’s not so bad. After reading the reviews about the piece on top screwing up the finish I found a nice “cover” with a footie sock. Wraps around the top twice and fits perfect. Also as a plus the logo stickers are easily removable, so I took those off.
NOT for Gibson guitars! Will ruin your expensive instrument!!
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Alright, as far as functionality goes, this stand works just fine. It’s easy to use and the guitars look attractive when standing on this. HOWEVER, the stupid rubber pad at the top, as some other reviewers have mentioned, will damage the lacquer on Gibson guitars! It might damage others as well, but it was my $2K+ Les Paul Traditional Pro that got permanently messed up from this stand. It eats away at the finish and leaves a horrible permanent mark on the back! So if you’re guitar is worth any decent amount of money at all I would stay far away! I usually love to give good reviews, and this stand would deserve 5 stars if they had at least mentioned in the product description that this is not for Gibson guitars! That way I know to choose something else before I mess up a guitar worth thousands… Hate to give a bad review to an otherwise good product, but I’ve got to let others know so the same thing doesn’t happen to them!
DO NOT BUY THESE STANDS/THEY WILL MELT THE BACK OF YOUR GUITARS! NO GOOD WARNING!
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DO NOT BUY THESE STANDS//WARNING!. DO NOT. It will melt the finish on the back of your guitar. How does it do this? IDK. I can tell you that in less than 6 months these stands damaged several of my guitars. Cost me thousands of dollars in damage. RIght now I have to find a way to get reimbursed. The small squarish area that the back of the guitar leans against reacts with the finish. It literally melts the finish right into the base. AND further, it did this on 3 of DIFFERENT types of guitars. One is a Martin 12 string acoustic, another one is a GIbson SG. I am so upset about this. Here I am keeping the air humidity perfect, having a guitar tech look after my guitars. I am a collector with currently over 25 guitars. Thank GOD I caught this in time. DO NOT BUY THESE. IF YOU HAVE TO, put a sock over that back triangular bar area. This might prevent/not fix this terrible issue. BUT, meaning I lost over $3000-5000 worth of damage. SO DAMN PISSED OFF!! ** I WILL POST SOME PHOTOS NEXT**
… stand if your guitar has nitrocellulose finish as most better guitars do
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Do not buy this stand if your guitar has nitrocellulose finish as most better guitars do. The plastic that the guitar rests on interacts with the finish and mars the back of the guitar. Neither ChromaCast nor Amazon will assume responsibility for damage. If you buy one of these stands, I recommend you place a piece of cloth over the plastic rest.
Poor Design, Shoddy Workmanship
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I, too, am shocked that this product has such raving reviews. Rarely am I this disappointed in the functionality of a product. I consider there to be three defects:
Functional, but beware of damage to Gibson nitro finishes
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From a purely functional standpoint, this stand is terrific. I slap my MIM Strat and Gibson Les Paul on there all the time, and there’s never really any danger of it falling over. It’s stable, it’s extremely portable (due to the folding), and it’s pretty durable. Based on this alone, it’s a fantastic stand–again, from a functional point of view.
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Ok, I don’t own or play guitar, but this guitar stand seems to work great for surfboards and SUP boards. There are not a lot of alternatives for SUP floor racks on Amazon, so I thought I’d give this a try. These are two 30 pound SUP boards, 10’6″ X 33″ X 5″ and it seems to hold the boards great. Perfect for the garage or taking to the beach to hold your boards. If ChromaCast decides they want to get into this currently unserved market, they could easily take this model, increase dimensions by 50%, bolster the arms a bit more, and they would be good to go. You could also buy two of these racks and use them in parallel to provide more stability.
Does the job well!
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This does exactly what it’s made for. It hold guitars and bass. I will say it won’t hold an explorer body due to it’s odd shape. I would imagine this is for more rounded instruments. I don’t have V to test on it so I couldn’t tell you if that works or not. I can tell you it works on my round body guitars and bass that I have sat in it.
A decent guitar stand…
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I use this stand to hold two electric guitars. I was not expecting anything spectacular (especially for this price), but I was pleasantly surprised to find that the stand is useable and quite stable. There are a few minor issues for which I have taken 2 stars off the rating: 1) the rubber contact points do not seem to be a “finish friendly” material; I would not put a guitar with a nitrocellulose finish on this stand. 2) the guitars lean back a little bit farther than I would like. This affects how much space the guitars and stand take up, but does not seem to affect the stability. 3) The caps on the ends of the bottom arms that hold the guitar come off far too easily. These parts keep the rubber padding in place and contribute to the solidity of the stand. Two of these have fallen off, and one was lost (fixed with a small piece of black tape). Overall, this a great option for musicians on a tight budget, but there are much better quality stands available (if you’re willing to pay for them…). My guitars have been living on this stand for the better part of six months, and have not fallen off or been damaged or endangered by the stand in any way. I am quite happy with this purchase.