Gravity Solo-G Universal

115

Universal Guitar Stand

  • For electric and acoustic guitars and basses
  • A-shaped
  • Black powder-coated steel tubes
  • Foldable
  • Weight: 1.5 kg
  • Black ring set included
Material Steel, Coated
Type For one instrument
Suitable For: Electric Bass, Electric Gutiar, Concert Guitar, Western Guitar
For Guitars With Pyroxylin Varnish No
available since September 2016
Item number 395788
sales unit 1 piece(s)
$14.30
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Versatile and good value
Lord_Cruz 11.11.2020
I bought this as I had a classical guitar and was buying an electric guitar at the time. It's nice that this stand can be used for either one.
The material the guitar sits on is soft, yet firm, and provides good support for the base of the guitar. It also keeps the guitar in place well, with little risk of it slipping to the side.
Pros: Can hold an electric or acoustic/classical guitar, sturdy, rubber part of feet keep it stable on the ground and it's great value.
Cons: This may be more of a preference thing, but when using an electric guitar with this stand, the guitar does angle back a lot, meaning you can't put the stand up against a wall, it has to be pulled out from the wall a bit to leave room for the headstock. It's a pity that you can't really put your guitar on the stand while it is plugged in, with my guitar anyway, the output jack pretty much lines up with the supporting arm. It could left plugged in if the guitar is angled slightly on the stand, but that's not advisable.
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It works. Gravity delivers.
YouLikeItLoud...LoudLikeThis? 11.08.2021
I already have the keyboard X-stand from Gravity for a _heavy_ digital piano and was impressed by the quality vs price of it.

I'm equally impressed by this. All my electric guitars all sit neatly in the narrow dink in the middle of the cradle - whether it is LP-thick or Super-strat-thin.
The acoustic dreadnought just about sits on the outsides in the cradle. Neat.

It isn't as secure as a stand with a column and neck rest, but looks neater and is more portable. Black rubber feet rings are supplied to replace the trademark neon green rings that came fitted, but the stand is already discreet, as is.

You can spend more on fancy wood stands or less on some cheap, thin and rickety stand, but for me, this is the value sweet spot.
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katerina k. 16.12.2020
Just a great stand! only "problem" is that my bass does tend to lean back a bit because of the stand's angle, so for example you wouldn't be able to place it directly against a wall. Other than that though it's really cool, would definitely recommend.
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Does what it needs to do
Birdy  04.08.2021
Holds both acoustic and electric guitars well.
The stand doesn't take up more space than it should, and yet it has a nice height to it so the guitars aren't sitting too close to the floor.
It feels rugged and well built.
Doesn't tip over, slide around, or get accidentally folded.
Looks nice too.
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