I designed this guitar stand to be universal and really simple: no glue no screws no nails just one piece of wood.In this case I used a board of oak wood, 25mm thick, about 22 cm wide and about 38 cm long.You can use the template I made and modify it to change the size. I found that a corner of 9º works best on all acoustic guitars, I haven't tried an electric guitar yet tho.If you decide to make your own I would love it if you'd send me a picture of it at stand@lennartdemeij.com

Simple Elegant Guitar Stand

I designed this guitar stand to be universal and really simple: no glue no screws no nails just one piece of wood.In this case I used a board of oak wood, 25mm thick, about 22 cm wide and about 38 cm long.You can use the template I made and modify it to change the size. I found that a corner of 9º works best on all acoustic guitars, I haven't tried an electric guitar yet tho.If you decide to make your own I would love it if you'd send me a picture of it at stand@lennartdemeij.com

I designed this guitar stand to be universal and really simple: no glue no screws no nails just one piece of wood.In this case I used a board of oak wood, 25mm thick, about 22 cm wide and about 38 cm long.You can use the template I made and modify it to change the size. I found that a corner of 9º works best on all acoustic guitars, I haven't tried an electric guitar yet tho.If you decide to make your own I would love it if you'd send me a picture of it at stand@lennartdemeij.com

Simple Elegant Guitar Stand

I designed this guitar stand to be universal and really simple: no glue no screws no nails just one piece of wood.In this case I used a board of oak wood, 25mm thick, about 22 cm wide and about 38 cm long.You can use the template I made and modify it to change the size. I found that a corner of 9º works best on all acoustic guitars, I haven't tried an electric guitar yet tho.If you decide to make your own I would love it if you'd send me a picture of it at stand@lennartdemeij.com

Swedish for “chair”, the Stol is a collapsible guitar stand designed for  playing at home or in the studio. Simply snap the two identical wood frames  together to use the stand, and then knock them back down to store flat.   The adjustable rubber ring prevents slipping.  Available in two sizes; see  sizing notes below.  Finish Options: Natural Ash, Natural Walnut  Dimensions: 16" W x 17" D x 2" H (flat)  Lead time: In Stock, ships in 3-5 days.  Contact us for more details.

Stol

Swedish for “chair”, the Stol is a collapsible guitar stand designed for playing at home or in the studio. Simply snap the two identical wood frames together to use the stand, and then knock them back down to store flat. The adjustable rubber ring prevents slipping. Available in two sizes; see sizing notes below. Finish Options: Natural Ash, Natural Walnut Dimensions: 16" W x 17" D x 2" H (flat) Lead time: In Stock, ships in 3-5 days. Contact us for more details.


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I designed this guitar stand to be universal and really simple: no glue no screws no nails just one piece of wood.In this case I used a board of oak wood, 25mm thick, about 22 cm wide and about 38 cm long.You can use the template I made and modify it to change the size. I found that a corner of 9º works best on all acoustic guitars, I haven't tried an electric guitar yet tho.If you decide to make your own I would love it if you'd send me a picture of it at stand@lennartdemeij.com

Simple Elegant Guitar Stand

I designed this guitar stand to be universal and really simple: no glue no screws no nails just one piece of wood.In this case I used a board of oak wood, 25mm thick, about 22 cm wide and about 38 cm long.You can use the template I made and modify it to change the size. I found that a corner of 9º works best on all acoustic guitars, I haven't tried an electric guitar yet tho.If you decide to make your own I would love it if you'd send me a picture of it at stand@lennartdemeij.com

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