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Millenium GS-2001 E


Robust electric guitar stand

  • Small but very stable
  • Rubber tubing protects the instrument
  • Colour: Black
  • Weight: 1,3 kg

Not suitable for a long-term use for guitars with nitrocellulose lacquer finish!

Available since November 1999
Item number 129407
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Material Metal
Type For one instrument
Suitable For: Electric Guitar
For Guitars With Pyroxylin Varnish No
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Affordable stand for electric guitars

Harley Benton SC-Custom Plus EMG BCF standing in the Millenium GS-2001 E

There are different ways to store your instruments: While some people swear by keeping them in a case or a gig bag, others prefer unrestricted access to the instrument. There are two options for this: Wall hangers and stands. Guitar stands like the Millenium GS2001 for electric guitars and basses are more convenient than wall hangers because they are portable and can also be placed anywhere in the room. They can also be used in the rehearsal room or on stage. Being compact and easily foldable comes in handy, especially when the stand has to be taken along on a trip.

security lock on the backside of the Millenium GS-2001 E

Foldable and safe

The Millenium G2001 electric guitar stand is made of metal and designed to be durable and foldable, while staying firmly in position when unfolded. The feet are made of non-slip rubber, as is the spot against which the guitar is propped up. This prevents both the stand and the guitar from slipping. The supporting surfaces for the guitar are made of dense foam. One of the support arms is bent to provide extra stability if the guitar or bass gets accidentally knocked, while the other arm is straight to avoid getting caught on the potentiometers.

Suitable for most designs

Whether you play single-cut, double-cut, semi-acoustic, ST-style, TE-style, or bass: The GS-2001 E will fit the bill. This makes the stand attractive for most guitarists who prefer to invest their money in the instrument rather than in overly expensive accessories. The guitars are nevertheless well protected thanks to the soft foam padding. There is one particular thing you have to watch out for: Guitars with nitrocellulose lacquer, such as US-made Gibson guitars, should not be placed in this stand for long periods of time, as nitrocellulose lacquer reacts to the foam and deteriorates under certain circumstances. This should not cause any problems for the duration of a performance, but storage is only recommended for guitars with other common lacquers. Users are instead advised to opt for stands with support surfaces that are either white or made from cork.

side of the Millenium GS-2001 E with an Ibanez RG electric guitar

About Millenium

Millenium is one of Thomann’s in-house brands and has been an integral part of the store’s range since 1995. More than 800 products – from drums and percussion through to accessories such as microphone stands, racks, and recording workstations – bear the Millenium label. These products are made by renowned companies who also manufacture products for other well-known brands. Since they are imported directly from the factory without any further distributors or sales companies, they can be sold at particularly attractive prices. Incidentally, one in every four Thomann customers has already purchased at least one Millenium product.

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6140 Reviews

Work tool.
Sergey Gavriluk 02.12.2021
I bought something that could be thrown at the drummer if he was mistaken, and the rack should remain intact. It hasn't come in handy yet, but I've gone through concerts, moving in a trough with other racks and wires many times. A reliable and inexpensive rack that justifies the investment and exceeds expectations. If something changes with the drummer, I'll let you know.


Old version was good, new version is terrible
Ron S 01.06.2023
There are thousands of positive review on the page for this stand, but they are not for the product you're getting if you order today.
The old version of the GS-2001 E was a fantastic stand in every way. The current version is terrible to the point that I simply don't trust it enough to put a guitar in it. The overall stability is terrible, and the foam feels ridiculously cheap.
But worst of all is the 'locking' mechanism. The old version had a firm lock that made the entire stand sturdy and stable. The new version has something that is made to resemble a lock, but does not, in fact, lock at all. This means that any time you bump the stand, there is a risk of it folding in and dropping your guitar. I'd go so far as saying that offering the new version without putting it on a new product page with 0 reviews is misleading customers. The new version is simply not the same product.


Not for offsets
A. j M. 23.04.2019
It’s alright quality in general I guess, and I think that you would have an issue with acoustics or even lighter electric guitars.

However, the offset body and weight of my Fender Jaguar was apparently too much for this little piece of gear. After a couple months, it started to be very wobbly, as if both legs were moving away from each other every time I laid the guitar on them.

Over a month after that, it simply broke completely - I once laid the guitar and both legs just separated. The little plastic bit on the top (where the back of the body rests) just disintegrated into bits somehow, leaving hidden screws to dent the laquer on the back of the Jag’. Not cool.

All in all, if you buy something cheap, I guess you can’t complain when it breaks on you. I ended up throwing this one out and putting a little more money to buy one of the Hercules stands (guitars hang by the neck on them, so no problem for offsets) as I would rather invest a little more buck to avoid having to pay for paint jobs on a 1.2k€ guitar.

Though I’m sure if you’ll be using it for acoustics or very light guitars that you don’t pick up too often, it’ll be just perfect.


Holds the BASS successfully
Ms. Bright 19.12.2020
Even though it is not mentioned, It's also suitable for the electric bass...
A very sturdy, well made and minimal stand that is really invisible (display-wise) but mainly you will not find your instrument on the floor with no reason! A real VFM here!
Tip for those who wonder: The "Millenium" logo is on a sticker that can be easily come off.
U-shape measurements: max width: 10cm and height: ~ 6cm