Guitar Stands

Guitar stands are found in numerous forms, but usually have a cradle that the bottom of the guitar rests on.  There is an upright, which either serves as a rest that the back of the guitar leans against, or a c-shaped rest that the neck of the guitar leans against.
The stands provide a better margin of safety than leaning a guitar against a wall or a piece of furniture.  They also prevent your guitar from being sat or stepped on.  Stands are safest when they are placed in a corner. Stands are temporary rests for guitars, not permanent storage places.  They do not provide the same protection that a good guitar case does.

Guitar stands are found in numerous forms, but usually have a cradle that the bottom of the guitar rests on.  There is an upright, which either serves as a rest that the back of the guitar leans against, or a c-shaped rest that the neck of the guitar leans against.

The stands provide a better margin of safety than leaning a guitar against a wall or a piece of furniture.  They also prevent your guitar from being sat or stepped on.  Stands are safest when they are placed in a corner. Stands are temporary rests for guitars, not permanent storage places.  They do not provide the same protection that a good guitar case does.

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