WOOD GUITAR STAND
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The Olin guitar stand is a handcrafted solid wood, multi-guitar stand display. Simplicity and functionality encompass the design for this elegant stand that will comfortably hold up to 4 guitars. The rails and neckrest are lined with natural cork to provide a secure resting place for your guitar. The Olin is the perfect companion to one of our humidified guitar habitats for your music room or studio, allowing you to keep your guitars in close reach for easy switch-outs between sessions.
Our full line of guitar stands offers musicians the opportunity to proudly display their favorite instrument in their home. Each design exemplifies our philosophy of handcrafted quality, precision engineering, and timeless design. From elegant wall mount hanging stands to minimal floor standing models, the collection offers a range of solutions to incorporate your guitar into your modern home.
The Taylor Beechwood Guitar Stand is made of a beautiful Danish beechwood and is the perfect complement to any acoustic guitar. This unique all-wood stand looks great in any room and features a centered Taylor Guitars logo and rubber pads to protect your guitar's finish. Some minor assembly is required. Taylor model #1401
This stand is well made and the wood is beautiful! However, the one thing I found interesting is that the assembly directions show the stand assembled in one direction, yet the pictures of the stand show it assembled in a different manner. What I mean by that is that the upright piece that curves in the directions is going in one direction and the pictures of the stand shows the curve going in opposite direction. So I chose to follow the pictures because this allows the guitar to hang free of the stand, whereas if you follow the directions the curve will be inward, which means the guitar's body rest against the curve and then you'll have to use the rubber pad to prevent any damage.
With just one board, two holes, and seven cuts you can have an elegant looking, sturdy stand to display your guitar. You can very easily disassemble it to take it with you and you can finish the wood any way you like.
Print the template on an A4 sized piece of paper and punch some holes in it on strategic points so you can draw inside those holes on the wood. You can customize the template if you like but keep track of the important measurements like the width of the slots and their equal yet opposite distance to the vertical center of the board.
Finish the large middle cut and the slots first to keep the structural integrity of the wood intact whilst working on the last two cuts. These you can easily make starting from the outside of the board towards the middle cut. Then when the pieces come apart, try to fit them together. Sand the two slots until you feel like they nicely interlock and finally sand and optionally oil, paint or varnish both pieces to perfection!
Cibeles C800.900, wooden stand for classical and flamenco guitar. Made of solid wood by Cibeles, the C800900 guitar stand has a beautiful finish and a simple, functional design. Ideal for the home, music school or concert stage.
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This DIY guitar stand is a perfect beginner build. You only need a few inexpensive tools, a jigsaw and a drill, to build this stand. I designed the stand to fit most electric guitars, acoustic guitars, and banjos, but you could print the template at a smaller size to work with ukuleles and violins.
I also drilled a hole in the side of the stand. This is kind of optional, the reason I drilled this is so the flush trim bit on my router (used on an upcoming step) can get into this tight corner. If you're just going to be cutting both halves out and skipping the router, you can skip this step too.
Next, I installed the hinge on the inside of the two halves of the stand. I used an 1 \" brass hinge. Another tip: when using brass screws, they're going to want to strip out on you. I applied a little paste wax to help with that.
I also drilled the hole for the cord, which will set the width of the stand. You want the hole to go through both halves of the stand here. Just use whatever size drill bit so that you can thread your cord through.
I added some peel-and-stick felt pads to the stand where the instrument will come into contact with it. You probably shouldn't use rubber pads here, since some rubbers can interact with nitrocellulose finishes on some instruments.
Hope you guys enjoyed this simple project. If you'd like to check out more of my stuff, browse some of my woodworking projects on my website, and also get subscribed to my YouTube channel while you're at it. Thanks!
This is very important... on one of my guitars, the finish was slightly scared near the head stock from a store bought, yet well made wall hanger! Now, on all stands that I have, I put a piece of fabric or felt around all the rubber parts.
Why not have a beautifully hand crafted solid hardwood guitar stand to display your pride and joy in your home, office or studio Lee Murdock has been building guitar stands for over 30 years when he has not been performing concerts across the country. In that time, he has refined and honed his skills as a wood-worker, keeping close attention to fit and finish.
If you have spent your hard earned dollars on a once-in-a-lifetime acoustic, arch-top, or classical guitar, do you really want to display it on a tubular metal stand Let Lee make a guitar stand for you that is worthy of your instrument.
It took a while to get it here, but it's well worth the wait. Expert craftsmanship. Beautiful piece of functional furniture. I only had to fasten two bolts to set it up, and they were included. However, the bolts were neither phillips head, nor slot head, but \"star\" head. Luckily, I had an adapter which worked, but I would guess that the average person might not have such an adapter, and I would recommend Allwood replace those bolts with more conventional bolts.
AllWood Stands sent me a beautiful 5 slot acoustic guitar stand in American Walnut. What a treat this has been: easy access to my guitars and a welcome addition to the room view. Even added a side mount for my mandolin for extra measure. Love it!
I have limited space and this stand met my need to minimize floor space perfectly. And as a bonus the red oaks blends right in with my flooring. Delivery took a couple weeks longer than listed in the shipping FAQ (about nine weeks from placing order). However, it's a good product, and as long as you can plan ahead and be patient, I recommend ordering from them.
Redesigned in a striking cherry or piano black gloss finish on beech wood, Fender's Hanging Display Stand is an elegant, convenient way to showcase your favorite guitar or bass. This is a stand that will compliment the décor of the room while keeping your instrument easily at hand and ready to play. The nitrocellulose-safe padded, contoured yolk swivels to accommodate any headstock shape allowing the instrument to hang straight and secure. The solid wood base and frame are slightly tilted with bumpers to accommodate any design of guitar or bass. 59ce067264