How to choose guitar stands - Opt for a universal size if you're in a band. I have it for 6 months and I bring it everywhere. It features the innovative Hercules Auto Grip System yoke: the arms turn in and up with the weight of your guitar to hold it securely and simply open up when you lift it off. . As your guitar is a prized possession, investing in a strong stand that will keep it upright and in place is a key step in taking care of your instrument.
That way, if one of your bandmates has forgotten their stand, they can use it if you're off stage or not playing. It's a very solid stand so it won't happen for a long time though. I might remedy this by buying some foam tape so it wraps around the pressure points. If, like most musicians, you perform and practice in a variety of places, it's a good idea to have a foldaway guitar stand that you can transport easily. The folding yoke makes it easier to fold and carry. Quality, security and strength: this is what I feel. Great stand , had it for a while now and can say it works great with my bass guitars , feels nice and sturdy and pretty lightweight and compact! It also features a Hand Grip Height Adjuster, which makes height adjustments a breeze with a locking pin to secure the stand in place.
I tried to knock it over and it's actually pretty hard to knock it over by bumping into it. And it can be moved while instruments are on it. Holds guitar well and is quite firm. However, the yoke seems to be a little unstable and should the stand break sometime in the future, that part would likely be the first to go. It's a great guitar stand. As most musicians know, things do get knocked over and accidentally damaged - especially in the excitement of a gig.
All contact points with the instrument feature a Specially Formulated Foam rubber to protect the instrument's finish. I hope Hercules uses thicker foam in future generations to address this issue. It's well balanced with one, two or three of my guitars on the stand. Store your instrument safely with these guitar stands From George Harrison's 1962 Rickenbacker which sold for hundreds of thousands of pounds to the many instruments designed for beginners, the humble guitar has long been a familiar sight in homes, practice rooms, venues and arenas up and down the country. Since the instrument is held by the head, it can accept any shape of instrument.
And with many players citing their guitar as one of their most prized possessions, it's important to have a sturdy stand to rest your instrument on whenever you're not playing it. . . . . .
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