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Millenium GSP-1000

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Guitar Stands

  • For suspension for acoustic guitars
  • Clamping range: 100 to 128 mm
  • Height adjustable 780-1300 mm

Not recommended for guitars with nitro lacquer

Available since July 2014
Item number 335195
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Material Metal
Type Stand Holder for Guitar
Suitable For: Acoustic Guitar
For Guitars With Pyroxylin Varnish No
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$26
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A great value for money walk-up guitar stand
Anonymous 21.05.2016
There is no such guitar stand in this price range at the moment and the only other two choices around are much more expensive (M-Brace and Konig & Meyer). The structure is exactly the same as Konig & Meyer's and it does the job really well but the difference in price lies in the built as The Millenium needs a bit of attention in the upper part, specifically it's the joint between the stand and the guitar holder itself that looks a bit fragile but nothing to worry about, if treated carefully this stand will have a long life. The tripod is sturdy and the upper part is actually wider than the competition's, allowing more surface for the guitar body. So far I have tried it in the studio and live with great results, the guitar balances perfectly and the grip is reliable but haven't taken it on tour with yet so I can't say how well it can handle the wear and tear of the road.

Pros: Price extremely competitive and affordable, nicely built and great value for money.
Cons: Being a cheaper product, some parts need a little attention as they can easily bend or break if not used carefully but nothing to worry about too much and to be fair, considering there's nothing like that around for the same price, if it breaks I'd happily buy another one straight away!
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Cheap, useful but with some serious caveats
Anonymous 19.02.2017
I bought this guitar stand for holding an acoustic guitar in a very instrument-busy band in which I do lots of guitar switches.
First of all, keep in mind that it accomodates only acoustic or classical guitars. You can adjust the width of the holding brackets but if you have instruments of clearly different widths (in my case 6- and 7-string electric guitars or a bouzouki) it will not "shrink" that much.
You will have to resort to other guitar holders or insert some object to give extra thickness.

If properly set, the balance is very good, and when folded it is quite portable.

The most serious problem, though, happened to my as early as the 3rd live gig with it. By simply folding it a bit too violently (but I assure you, just a little) the metal in the legs broke like it was made of plastic. I managed to repair it but I have to handle it with really extra care.
The metal seems really, really, cheap.
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Good for the price
natchok 18.09.2020
Nice quality for this price. Holds a 12 strings without a problem.
Only downside is that you cannot tilt the body of the guitar towards you (so it stays 100% vertical). Can be a bit uncomfortable.
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OVERLOAD 08.04.2022
Super satisfied with this ithem.ruff and solid.Thumbs Up
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