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Descriptif technique
Poids de l'article567 g
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)2,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm
Numéro du modèle de l'article099-1812-000
CouleurNoir
  
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ASINB0002DV7ZM
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Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 8.063 en Instruments de musique (Voir les 100 premiers)
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr1 janvier 2007
  
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Pratique guitare support pliable. Ce stand a été conçu avec un fort accent sur l'aspect pratique, design et qualité. Son poids est de 470 g et juste après que la composition a des dimensions de 31 cm x 10 cm x 7 cm. Conserve encore déplié une très bonne stabilité. En raison du métal laqué de qualité à partir de laquelle il est fait, il est très durable. Le stand est livré dans une version pour guitare électrique (et basse) et de la guitare acoustique. Matériel: Steel.


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great stand for a great price 25 août 2012
Par E. Reyes - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have 7 of these stands for my 7 guitars. I have 4 classical guitars, 2 flamenco guitars and 1 acoustic steel string. It's very durable and easy to set up and the guitars never tip over. It's a really great, quality stand for the price. They don't take up a lot of room and they're very light and portable if you want to take them with you to a gig or if you're traveling. I highly recommend it.

My guitar teacher suggested that I keep my guitar(s) out because he said that if I kept it/them in a visible, easily-accesible place that I would practice more, even if it was just a few minutes and he was absolutely right. Instead of zipping them up and putting them away in their respective bags/cases after each practice session, I have them all out and displayed and I definitely practice and play more because as soon as I step into the room - there they are, I just pick any one of them up and start playing. It was a simple tip that sounded like common sense but I hadn't realized that I always had the excuse that I didn't have time to practice -- but really the effort of getting the gig bag and unzipping it and taking out the guitar even though that seems like very little effort and doesn't take up a lot of time, for some reason kept me from practicing. I guess out of sight, out of mind. But now I keep my guitars out, and I also bought a music stand and I keep the music I'm working on and the stand out. Yes, it takes up room and stuff but whatever gets me to practice more and play more is always very helpful.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very useful little stand 31 mai 2014
Par Marc Cohen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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One of the hassles of carrying multiple instruments is how much room their stands take up. This little number is a big help in that department. It's very light and folds up in a nice compact way -- much less bulky than the ProLine A-frame guitar stands that I also use. Its one down side is a consequence of its diminutive size/weight: it would be easy to tip it over if bumped into from behind. Although the single leg that is at the back of the stand helps it resist falling in that direction, the 2 legs on the front effectively form a pivot point on which the stand -- with the guitar on it -- can easily pitch over. Still, I like the convenience the stand provides, so I'm always careful to place it where it is unlikely to get bumped in that direction.

Fender claims (on the box) that it will "fit in most gig bags or cases." This is ludicrous. Gig bags, yes, if they have -- as most do -- an outside compartment. But hard-shell cases? No way. The best you can do is to strap the stand to the outside of the case.

Bottom line: not perfect, but a reasonable compromise if you're looking to save space and weight.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Compact and sturdy 20 avril 2013
Par PBF - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This stand folds up nicely and is surprisingly sturdy. If someone were to carry it around much, they'd find that it's heavier than one would expect for the size, but that's what makes it rugged.

I don't think that it leans back overly much, as some reviewers have mentioned; perhaps they are not extending the backrest fully, or perhaps I don't know any better--this is my first guitar stand.

I'm using this with a parlour guitar, so I can't comment on its capacity for larger instruments. I have measured it, though, and a six inch deep body might just fit the bottom brackets, but I can't be sure, because the angle that it would rest at is hard to judge without having such an instrument on hand. It holds my guitar stably, and I think that that would be true with a larger body. The fully extended backrest is 11-1/2" from the bottom of the guitar. I've upload some photos to show the geometry better than the product image.

I've since bought the matching electric guitar stand, and am equally pleased with it.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Superb and Robust Little Stand 7 décembre 2014
Par Born in Kansas - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is an excellent stand for an acoustic guitar. It is brilliant in the simplicity of its design and small form factor, while also being very stable with a guitar resting on it. When collapsed down, it is only 14" long and 4 1/2" wide at its widest part. And when extended into operating position, it is 14" high, with the legs extending out 9 1/2" from center. All contact points which the guitar might touch, are foam padded, including the two lower brackets which cradle the bottom of the guitar body. These two lower brackets also swivel upwards for flat storage. However you may want to carry a very small crescent wrench (or socket) and a small tipped Phillips head screwdriver, for tightening purposes, since the pivoting action of the two support brackets can cause the nut and bolt, which attaches them to the tripod legs, to come loose. Mine did, when swiveling the bracket into the closed position, and had to be tightened. However, if this does happen, it does not affect the stability of the bracket on the leg, because the backside of the bracket (past the leg) has a bend in it, which is a positive stop, preventing the bracket from going any lower than its intended support position. I also noticed that there are no weak points in the construction of this extremely well made bracket, other than the aforementioned nuts and bolts which can come loose (but do not affect the stand's performance). Another thing that I love, is that the stand is barely noticeable, with a guitar resting on it. You see very little of the tripod base. The only thing visible are the two forward curved support ends of each bracket, with only about 1 1/2" of black foam covered tubing visible at the bottom of the guitar. The guitar appears to be floating in the air. Fantastic little stand which will endure rough handling if needed.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If you buy any other guitar rack, you'll regret it! 5 juillet 2014
Par Jimi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This thing is absolutely amazing. When I first pulled it out of the box I thought (as I'm sure most people do) there is no way this will sturdily hold my guitar. Naturally, I immediately unfolded it (folds up small enough to fit in a guitar case!!!) and put my biggest acoustic guitar on it. I started to wiggle the guitar. Didn't budge. I wiggled harder. Didn't budge. Then I started to push on it as hard as it would if someone ran into it. Didn't budge! I pushed on the body, the neck and even the head. This thing is rock solid, yet it leaves a very small foot print. So much so that you can barely see it when a guitar is on it. Almost looks like your guitar is just floating there. I plan to buy a few more, as they would take up less space than a 2 or 3 slot guitar rack.
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