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Hola! Portable Stand for Acoustic as well as Classical Guitars.
At just 6 by 12 inches when folded up and weighs less than 1 extra pound, the Hola! stand fits into backpacks and also job bags conveniently, makes it easy to take it anywhere you go.
Silicone cushioning in all the call factors safeguards tool finishes and also provides a slip-free cradle. Rigid plastic building and construction keeps weight down while a proven A-frame design makes sure stability. Compact and supremely portable, this stand is the ideal mobile stand for your acoustic or classic guitars.
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Great Portable Stand
16 people found this helpful.
We use these for everything from our acoustic bass down to our ukuleles. I know there is a smaller model available for ukes, violins, etc.; we haven’t yet ordered those, but these will work on smaller instruments if one doesn’t extend the feet to their maximum width. They’re gentle on the instruments, and the grippy material keeps them secure.
Functions great for my acoustic guitar
36 people found this helpful.
Functions great for my acoustic guitar. Portable, lightweight, relatively durable but good for the price and most of all my guitar DOESN’t easily topple over when I use this stand. The rubber support at the back and base of the stand gives a nice grip so the acoustic guitar stays planted unto the stand and doesn’t fall down.
Good traveling stand
Before investing a whole lot into a new interest (learning the guitar) I just purchased my first guitar and needed the basic accessories. The stand is plastic and very light weight, easy to fold for travel. My guitar is a little smaller than the standard size guitar. It holds it in place, but it can be easily knocked over and if you don’t open the stand fully, the guitar will fall over. Since I don’t have kids or pets that would knock it over, this works fine for me. Coming from a musical family I purchased the two pack because everyone typically leans their guitars in a corner or against a table or chair so I wanted to have an extra one when we are together. If I stick with it, I will probably buy a more sturdy stand with a higher back and better stability.
Topples over easily from weight of a Taylor 812
6 people found this helpful.
In the short time I have owned and used this, this plastic stand has caused my beloved Taylor 812 that I have owned for 20 years without a single scratch to topple over twice. The first time, I caught it just as it hit the ground. The finish was permanently scratched off the head stock in two places but at least those spots are on the back and not the front. If I had not caught the guitar on the way down, it could have been *so* much worse, probably a disaster given the hard cement floor. While the stand sort of has a locking mechanism for the A-frame part, the legs themselves are subject to shifting and tilting when they should not. I was going to leave a 3 star review. The second time, the damn thing toppled over WHILE I WAS WRITING THIS, just now, and the fall was broken by the multiple stacks of vinyl records in my music room. Doesn’t appear to have really hurt the records or the guitar this time, but I am DONE with this stand. You want to trust a priceless guitar and example of first-rate craftsmanship to a poorly constructed $12 plastic stand, be my guess. This instrument is quite literally irreplaceable to me and I will be returning this stand. It’s not reliable and it has damaged an instrument that is a work of art.
FANTASTIC DURABLE LITTLE GUITAR STAND
One person found this helpful.
This is a nice sturdy guitar stand if you are looking for one for your home or it folds up nicely for travel. It is fantastic for wood floors as with the rubber grips on the bottom it won’t slide. It also has rubber strips on the back so you don’t have to worry about scratches to the back if your guitar. I have a Yamaha Acoustic guitar and it fits nice and snug on this stand. I returned a more expensive stand as it was missing a piece and I am so glad I got this stand instead. Fantastic little stand with good sturdy protection for your guitar. I can’t say how it is for an electric guitar, but great for an acoustic!!!! Love it!!!!!
Good for the price
3 people found this helpful.
Sturdier than necessary, has a small profile, and came fully assembled. My acoustic doesn’t wasnt to stand up straight in it, but I can force it to. My electrics fit better. It folds up for portability but I wouldn’t gig with this, it’s too heavy and not good for high traffic areas, a slight bump will send your guitar to the floor. This stand is best suited to hold a guitar out of the way somewhere.
This is a nice guitar stand for guitars big and small. It’s primary purpose, in my opinion, is used for traveling. It is very compact when folded up. I found on my guitar that because it’s very lightweight you have to be careful setting it in the stand because it can tip over backwards. But for the money it’s not bad.
Works as described, will make me practice more now that i see it!
Works well without taking a lot of room. folds up easily to take with you if you need to. smooth plastic, light weight, only thing it does need to be ‘spread out’ when you move the stand from one room to another – doesn’t really lock into place. Other than that it fits my needs so I see it and will remember to practice instead of putting it in and out of the guitar bag.
I love the compact size
I need to order another of these if I continue playing my guitar. I gave this stand away to a friend when traveling in Africa last year because I knew he had no way of ever getting one. I love the compact size, and weight of it. It balances your guitar perfectly without hogging space. This is a “must-have” for smaller spaces or those who travel and play and don’t want to just lean their instrument anywhere.