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Fender 991812000 Support de Guitare Noir
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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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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.
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.
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.