DIY Wood Multi Guitar Stand

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DIY Wood Multi Guitar Stand

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From Alan Heartfield, 

Started with the guitar stand plans already on this site.  Made some design modifications such as heavier base with cutout for feet, rabbeted the joints, used a Telecaster to trace the shape on the uprights. Also the original designed apparently didn’t have a Les Paul since the rear support rests right on the cable plug.  I routed out a gap in the support to accommodate the plug, but a better fix would be to move the support back a bit.

I angled the side supports at 5 degrees to match the tilt of the guitars. I also wanted to have both electric and acoustic guitars in the stand, so made the spacing between the neck supports larger for two guitars. Not stained yet – have to wait for the weather to warm a bit.

 

 

From Plans: http://myoutdoorplans.com/stand/wooden-guitar-stand-plans/

Difficulty Level: easy

Time Required: 1 day

Total Cost: –

 












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  1. Julian at - Reply

    Amazing project, Alan. I really like the personal touches you added to the plans, such as those beautiful side supports.

    In addition, I want to thank you for taking pictures during the project and for the detailed instructions. I’m looking forward to seeing your future projects!

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