02 Jan. 1992|
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I wasn't really in the mood to start my next home renovation project, and I was tired of having a few single-guitar stands in the way all the time, so, I decided to make a multi-guitar stand.
The foam insulation looks and feels the same as the what is used on the multi-guitar stand I bought a few years ago. An alternative to the foam insulation would be to wrap the dowels with a towel and use zip ties to hold it in place. This DIY guitar stand is nothing special, but I thought I’d blog it in case someone else wants to copy my design.
You just set the bottom of the guitar onto the two rubber pads and lean the neck back into the cradle.
I worry about the material used on the stand effecting the finish of the guitar over prolonged time. I've had my guitar for three years now, and never really got around to buying a stand for it. I wanted my stand to fold flat for easy travel, cost me little to nothing, and look halfway decent. In an odd coincidence, I just found out that a couple of my oldest friends just started playing within the last few months as well.
First I planed the four boards to five eights of an inch and then sketched the pattern onto them.
I'd just enlarge the plans until the edge the guitar sits on is slightly longer than the guitar's sound box.
However, that was for a package of two, so I may build another stand out of better wood and different technique now that I know the potential problems. I cut some new strips out of an old tube and used carpet tacks to adhere them to the guitar stand where the velvet had been.