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Its true! I found that if you get creative you can fit 2 guitars on this stand at one time if you don't mind a messed up finish and some broken hardware. I love it. If used properly (you're doing it wrong)! This is how it goes. First put one guitar on the stand, except face it backwards(you're strings will love this!).… see more Its true! I found that if you get creative you can fit 2 guitars on this stand at one time if you don't mind a messed up finish and some broken hardware. I love it. If used properly (you're doing it wrong)! This is how it goes. First put one guitar on the stand, except face it backwards(you're strings will love this!). Then, with two cats in reverse, have them back into each supporting arm. At first, more than likely, they will find this a little uncomfortable. Some like it though?! Then with your second guitar, upside down facing any direction, forcefully pull the strings out about an inch from your fret board(they don't mind) and slide them behind the head stock of guitar #1. Slide it down enough to hang guitar #1. If inserted far enough on the legs, the cats make a great soft, safe spot to prevent any scratches on your cats or stand! Great!! It depends on how sturdy your guitars are, but feel free to test out my design and put as many cats on your guitar as you can think of. Oh, if your guitar has a sweet dive bombing whammy bar, back up a feline friend on it as well. Enjoy! (Patent pending) I LOVE YOU This stand is rated as cat friendly(sometimes pleasing), eco friendly, green team see less Its true! I found that if you get creative you can fit 2 guitars on this stand at one time if you don't mind a messed up finish and some broken hardware. I love it. If used properly (you're doing it wrong)! This is how it goes. First put one guitar on the stand, except face it backwards(you're strings will love this!). Then, with two cats in reverse, have them back into each supporting arm. At first, more than likely, they will find this a little uncomfortable. Some like it though?! Then with your second guitar, upside down facing any direction, forcefully pull the strings out about an inch from your fret board(they don't mind) and slide them behind the head stock of guitar #1. Slide it down enough to hang guitar #1. If inserted far enough on the legs, the cats make a great soft, safe spot to prevent any scratches on your cats or stand! Great!! It depends on how sturdy your guitars are, but feel free to test out my design and put as many cats on your guitar as you can think of. Oh, if your guitar has a sweet dive bombing whammy bar, back up a feline friend on it as well. Enjoy! (Patent pending) I LOVE YOU This stand is rated as cat friendly(sometimes pleasing), eco friendly, green team
Flipdiggity
· October 24, 2020
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The more you close it's legs, the taller it gets, just like a human.
Mikel
· August 19, 2019
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We are well satisfied with the quality of this stand. It is compact and holds our guitar without any problems.
We would buy it again.

L. Robinson
· November 17, 2017
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Don’t extend the legs to full spread and it should work
Peter J. Firth
· January 9, 2019
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I would think they would keep a surfboard or anything like off the floor without problem, also stopping your board leaning against the wall if the stands are on the floor. You just have to move them far enough away from the wall to stop the top edge resting on the wall. I haven't tried screwing mine to a wall, so I c… see more I would think they would keep a surfboard or anything like off the floor without problem, also stopping your board leaning against the wall if the stands are on the floor. You just have to move them far enough away from the wall to stop the top edge resting on the wall. I haven't tried screwing mine to a wall, so I can't say if they'd be good for hanging the board a couple or more of feet UP the wall if you get my drift. see less I would think they would keep a surfboard or anything like off the floor without problem, also stopping your board leaning against the wall if the stands are on the floor. You just have to move them far enough away from the wall to stop the top edge resting on the wall. I haven't tried screwing mine to a wall, so I can't say if they'd be good for hanging the board a couple or more of feet UP the wall if you get my drift.
Darren H
· November 1, 2019
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Who cares...it's a guitar stand. Not a skateboard holder.
Ross J. Vallone
· May 16, 2018
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It works for an acoustic dreadnought, that is about 6 inches deep at the bottom of the body. A Saz looks much rounder with a bigger belly. I would think the stand would hold it, but not perfectly like a western guitar. The Saz would probably sit up on the ends of the stand.
big_numbers
· July 4, 2021
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Yeah for sure, no problem. It will hold more than guitar’s
Chris Moody
· July 20, 2019
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You might have to contact Amazon on that one.
monkeybiz
· December 13, 2019
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I sincerely doubt it. Cello, maybe, but not an upright bass. Sorry.
NotMyRealName
· July 14, 2016