3 Space Acoustic Guitar Stand with the "Fold Flat Design"!
- Handmade wooden guitar stands from Allwood Stands
- Made from select AAA Red Oak, Cherry, American Walnut or Curly Maple (other woods available include Mahogany, Purple Heart, Lacewood, etc.)
- Our unique 'fold-flat design' makes for easy transporting or storage! Only 3.5 inches thick!
- All contact points are fully cushioned! Neck and base are safe and protected!
- Non-skid rubber to protect the floor!
- Multi coats of polyurethane bring our stands to a furniture quality glasslike finish!
Our 3 space folding acoustic guitar stands are handmade one at a time. The quality is unmatched! They are guaranteed never to sag from the weight of the instruments! We use only 'select AAA' grade wood!
These beautiful guitar stands are quality furnishings for your guitar collection.
Standing: 27" T x 24" W x 16" D
Folded: 30" T x 24" W x 4" D
Do you need something special? Visit the custom order page where virtually any combination or configuration of instruments are available!
Well made and looks nice. 3 guitars take up much less space than traditional stands. My only suggestion is better communication during the ordering process, especially if there is an unexpected delay. Easy to fix that.
3 Space Acoustic Guitar Stand
I bought a 3 space acoustic guitar stand in cherry for my wife as a birthday present and she loves it! She uses the guitars in different tunings and enjoys having them all out at once. The beautiful wood stand matches the other furniture and enhances the look not just of the guitars but of the room as a whole. In terms of looks it’s far, far better than a tubular metal stand. It also does a good job of accommodating the guitars while not taking any more space than necessary. Allwood Stands was great to work with. At one point I became concerned that the stand might not arrive in time for my wife’s birthday so I gave them a call and they were very helpful and as nice as could be. This is a great company and a great product!
I love the stand. One of the joints for screwing wouldn't get entirely flush, but no one else who isn't crazy like me would notice. I would definitely recommend.
The space I use my stand in has somewhat limited access by design. We have two mid-sized dogs, so having a guitar stand out of the way is a must.
That said, getting the guitar into the basic position to put onto the stand is easy enough, but it feels like a balancing act to get the guitar leaned back into the proper position. Not doing so allows for some tilting to the sides. The cheapest guitar that will hit that stand is still over $3k.
I do need to put some protective material on the inside of the upright wooden frame. That part that connects the front of the bottom to the top of the rack. one little slight of wrist or miss-calculation of the balancing act and I'm lightly knocking my wood guitar onto bare wood. Never a good sound.
Ultimately, this is a good, relatively low cost solution and will fit the need. I'd be disappointed in some of the "basicness" of design if it was a much more expensive product, but it isn't, and it looks pretty nice overall.
I do have to watch where it's leaning in relation to the neck cutout at the top of the rack. I've caught the strings at least twice.
Yes, I would recommend to a friend, but I would describe the little idiosyncrasies or nuances I've stumbled upon thus far.
(fwiw, I've only tried my super jumbo on it. One of my 'dreads goes there next week. One of my Les Pauls is in place in the end position and so far so good.)