Bestselling Acoustic Guitar Stands in 2021
K&M Stands 17580C Heli 2 Acoustic Guitar Stand, Cork
- Collapsible, folding stand
- Rigid steel construction
- Slick, four position width adjustment
- Non-marring rubber with cork surface to protect finish of instrument
- Suitable for OO, OOO, and up to Jumbo size guitars
Guitar Wall Mount Hanger 2-Pack, Ohuhu Guitar Hanger Wall Hook Holder Stand for Bass Electric Acoustic Guitar Ukulele
- [2-pack] Real hardwood construction
- Adjustable to any width. This hanger will display wide or narrow body instruments. Suitable for a variety of string instruments such as guitars, bass, violins, mandolins, ukeleles, and more
- Soft Padding is safe for your instrument's finish
- Easy to assemble and install in no time, mounting screws and drywall anchors are included, a Phillips screwdriver is required for installation
- A must-have accessory for amateurs or professionals, suitable for both home and studio use
TMS Guitar Stand 9 Holder Guitar Folding Stand Rack Band Stage Bass Acoustic Guitar
- Condition: 100% Brand New Color: Black Dimensions: 43-1/4" L x 18-1/2" W x 28" H
- This foldable guitar display stand can hold acoustic, electric and bass guitars. With its high quality padded tubing, your guitars are sure to be protected from attrition. It can be folded down for easy storage and easy transport. This well designed stand will be perfect solution for any guitarist wanting to display their instruments and make them easily accessible. It also works perfect for displaying items for your store.
- Product Features: - Compatible with most acoustic and electric guitars for wide-ranging use - High quality metal construction provided strong support for your instruments - Holds up to 9 guitars
- - Padded foam tubing to protect your instruments from scratches - Foldable design for easy storage and transport
NEUMA Wooden Guitar Stand Musical Instrument Stand Portable Stand for Acoustic Classical Guitars Bass Banjo Ukelele
Coocheer Tripod Guitar Stand,Multi Guitar stands Adjustable suitable for Electric Bass Multiple guitar Stands,legs fold up/retract for compact portability
Guitar Stand, Guitar Accessories - Upgraded Folding A-Frame Instruments stand for Acoustic / Electric / Classical Guitar, Bass, Banjo,Red
- MULTIPLE USE:Two support legs and backrest arms are extendable to fit various instruments.Eg. Acoustic/Electric/Classical Guitar,Bass,Banjo etc.
- UPGRADED VERSION:On market most sellers use flexible ABS tubes to save cost,not stable enough for your valuable instrument.However,we use whole aircraft-grade aluminum alloy 1" tubes to ensure strength,maximum hold your instruments firmly in place,no falling over.
- QUALITY SILICONE:Two support legs and top of the backrest arms are lined with soft silicone rubber to protect your instruments finishes from scratching.
- PORTABLE AND EASY TO CARRY:It's easy to set up and can be folded into a small size of 10.24"*3.94"*2.36",easy to carry away for practice.
- ROBUST CONSTRUCTION:Made of aluminum alloy + ABS + quality silicone rubber.Good stability A-Frame design with attractive appearance,and it also has anti-rust function.
LC Prime Guitar Wall Mount Hanger, Auto Lock Design, Fits Acoustic Electronic Guitar Bass Plastic Black, by
Top Stage JX15NA-Q2 Guitar Wall Mount Hanger 2-Pack, Guitar Hanger Wall Hook Holder Stand for Bass Electric Acoustic Guitar Ukulele, Natural (Pack of 2)
- Real hardwood construction, a must-have accessory for all guitarist, suitable for home and studio use, 2 per pack
- Suitable for a variety of string instruments such as guitars, bass, violins, mandolins, ukeleles, etc.
- Specially formulated padding is safe for your instrument's finish
- Easy to assemble and install in no time, mounting screws and drywall anchors are included, All you need is a Phillips screwdriver for installation
- Regular price at $16.95 per one hanger. Genuine Top Stage brand guitar hangers.
3-PACK Top Stage Acoustic Electric Guitar Hanger Keeper Wall Stand, 3-PACK, JX15-NA
- Suitable for a variety of string instruments such as guitars, bass, violins, mandolins, ukeleles, and a lot more.
- Specially formulated padding is safe for your instrument's finish
- Easy to assemble and install in no time, mounting screws and drywall anchors are included, Only need a Phillips screwdriver for installation
- Deeply discounted price for this 3 pack. Genuine Top Stage brand Exclusive offer by Display Co. California.
YMC Folding Multiple Guitar Stand for Acoustic Electric Guitar Bass Rack Band Stage,Includes Picks,Pick Holder,String Winder,Bridge Pins,Nut Saddle,String Cutting Plier -7 Holder
- Color: Black Powder Coat Finish.Product Dimensions About: 35"L x 16"W x 31"H.
- High-capacity:Holds up to 7 guitars of all types including electric guitars, bass guitars, and acoustic guitars. It also can holds guitar cases.
- Durability:High quality metal construction provided strong support for your instruments and guitar cases.Padded foam tubing to protect your instruments(guitars) from scratches and damage.
- 4pcs environmental rubber feet.The Non-slip rubber supports feet for stability.It can protect your floor.Package Includes: 1pc Multiple Guitar Stand, 1pc String Winder(the color may vary), 9pcs Picks(3pcs 0.46mm,3pcs 0.72mm,3pcs 1.0mm), 1pc Pick Holder(the color may vary), 6pcs Black Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins, 6pcs Ivory Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins, 1pc Nut, 1pc Saddle, 1pc Diagonal Cutting Plier (it help to cut the strings easy when you replace strings) .
- Foldable design for easy storage and transport.Note:Guitars Not Included. Some assemble is required. Easy assemble with the hex wrench and open end wrench(they are already in the package).
The Top 5 Beginner/Budget Acoustic Guitars: Seagull, Taylor, Yamaha, Washburn, Martin and More
Count down the best choices for a new guitarist, from classics to future-classics. Offerings from Seagull, Washburn, Yamaha, Fender, Epiphone, Taylor, Gibson, Ibanez, Crafter, Martin make the choice hard, but some models have emerged as the best.
While stepping up into the $500 price range can result in a somewhat dramatic improvement in sound and quality via models like the mid-range Simon amp; Patrick, Seagull and Epiphone Masterbilt series (both wearing solid, rather than laminated, back and side wood) this list covers sub-$300 offerings.
5. Yamaha FG700S ($200)
The Yamaha FG700S, along with the Washburn D10S, is both one of the lowest-priced guitars on this list and one of the best-selling acoustic guitars in the world in any price range. It consists of a solid, but not high grade, Sitka spruce top, laminated "Nato" back and sides, and rosewood fingerboard, giving it quite a classic/standard sound. This is usually a good thing for the beginner who may be encouraged by hearing himself generate familiar sounds to what he hears on the radio, rather than worrying that his guitar's unique tonal qualities are faults in his technique.
While the example I owned had the slightest "tinny" sound and felt a tad cheaply built, resulting in its ultimate resale, it has few rivals at the price in either area and is undoubtedly a cult favorite among traveling musicians.
Perhaps its greatest fault is simply its lack of personality - the Yamaha conglomerate mega-corporation logo and generic silhouette don't tend to inspire excessive intimacy. For another $50-100, you can upgrade to the FG730S model, which replaces the ambiguous laminated "Nato" back and sides with laminated Rosewood. A limited lifetime warranty is included with both guitars.
4. Taylor Baby Taylor ($300)
The Baby Taylor isn't a conventional acoustic guitar in several ways. Firstly, it's 3/4 the scale of a "full-sized" acoustic guitar, hence its name. Secondly, it utilizes a somewhat awkward construction technique which results in the heads of 2 screws being visible through the fretboard. Spruce-topped with a laminated Sapele back and sides, the Taylor so far seems anywhere from unremarkable to mediocre, but the simple fact is that it's one of the sweetest sounding guitars in its price range and an example of Taylor's famous innovation being able to reduce cost, not only increase it.
If the player is a youth or female or someone with small hands, the Taylor is an excellent choice compared to the unwieldy dreadnoughts featured here. But its most popular role is that of a light, compact, full-sounding travel guitar for everyone. Many will learn on a Baby Taylor then keep it for life as a handy backup or campfire toy. It includes extras like Tusq nut amp; saddle, ebony fretboard wood, and a gig bag. For about $150 more, the full-sized but otherwise similar "Big Baby" can be had.
3. Washburn D10S / WD10S ($200)
While the Yamaha on this list claims to be the best selling acoustic guitar in the U.S., the Washburn lays claim to being the best selling acoustic guitar on planet Earth. While I've never heard anyone obsessively rave about this guitar the way I have in regards to the guitar occupying spot #1, I've also never heard anyone complain about it.
It sports the budget industry-standard solid Sitka spruce top and laminated mahogany back/sides, but with some nice details like bone nu amp; /saddle and standard D'addario strings. It has the most "classic" look, feel, and aura of this lineup and has been the initial learning tool and long-term "beater" alike of countless professionals.
2. Fender CD140SCE ($300)
While focusing largely on electric guitars, Fender has also maintained a minor role in the acoustic market, mostly targeting budget/beginner buyers. The CD140SCE could use a catchier name, but regardless is one of the best deals on this list. Equipped with a solid spruce top and laminated mahogany back/sides, it's a single-cutaway body design with a built-in Fishman pickup, amplifier jack, 3-band EQ and tuner.
While the tuner is very easy to use, one will expect to spend some time dialing in the amplification settings at this price point (acoustic guitar amplification is still very imperfect even at the highest levels). I've however actually received compliments about the amplified tone and find that manipulating the "sparkle" control to compensate for the brightness/warmth of the amplifier and speaker is critical.
1. Seagull S6/S6 Slim ($300)
The Seagull S6 is unique in nearly every way and the clear winner in the beginning acoustic category, where most of the other top competitors are nearly tied. Almost every example of the other guitars on this list was/is manufactured in China via components from generic third-party contractors. The Seagull is handmade in Quebec, Canada and part of the Godin family of instruments (and if you don't like the signature Seagull headstock, sister-brands Norman and Simon amp; Patrick manufacture the S6 under a different name with a conventional rectangular headstock - both would make this list otherwise). The S6 comes in Original and Slim variations, referring to the width of the nut (how close together the strings are). Generally speaking, strummers and players with smaller hands will tend towards the slim while finger stylists and players with large hands will lean toward the original, which almost borders on the feel of a classical neck. Of course, it's a matter of taste.
The S6 can be had in a spruce edition, but this base model is a combination of solid cedar top wood and laminated wild cherry back and sides, both very beautiful in appearance. All versions come with Tusq nut and saddle material and Godin strings. The S6 only has one true fault: If you like to really slash the strings and play hard, cedar inherently breaks up at lower volumes than spruce, meaning the instrument sounds more percussive the harder its played.
While any of these guitars is a safe bet for all players, tastes do vary and it never hurts to go to the shop and try them out - or ask that a friend or store employee try them out while you listen. Good luck!