10 Best Guitar Amplifier Stands

List Updated May 2020

Bestselling Guitar Amplifier Stands in 2020


On-Stage RS6000 Foldable Tiltback Amp Stand

On-Stage RS6000 Foldable Tiltback Amp Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Locking tabs secure stand together when folded flat for storage and travel.
  • Box frame design provides a solid foundation; vibration resistant rubber feet.
  • Applications: Medium to large amps

LC Prime Guitar Wall Mount Hanger, Auto Lock Design, Fits Acoustic Electronic Guitar Bass Plastic Black, by

LC Prime Guitar Wall Mount Hanger, Auto Lock Design, Fits Acoustic Electronic Guitar Bass Plastic Black, by
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Amp Stand

Amp Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Only weighs 3 lbs. Set up and tear down in seconds.
  • Isolates your amp from the muddy frequencies caused by hollow stages.
  • Holds amps up to 21" tall and 70 lbs. max.
  • Holds your amp at the optimum angle for tone.
  • Will not scratch your amp, instrument cases or your vehicles interior.

Outlaw Effects AMP-RAMP Amplifier Stand

Outlaw Effects AMP-RAMP Amplifier Stand
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Pair Alphasonik All-in-one 8" Powered 800W PRO DJ Amplified Loud Speakers with Bluetooth USB SD Card AUX MP3 FM Radio PA System LED Lights Karaoke Mic Guitar Amp 2 Tripod Stands Cable and Microphone

Pair Alphasonik All-in-one 8
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Roland Amplifier Stand (RAS-S01)

Roland Amplifier Stand (RAS-S01)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • Durable steel construction and compact design
  • Folds down for travel and storage
  • Adjustable cradle lifts amp up to 11 in./28 cm
  • Capacity: 40 lbs./18 kg

Standback Amp Stand, Light, Compact, and Adjustable

Standback Amp Stand, Light, Compact, and Adjustable
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • NO MORE RIGS AND TRICKS: Stop propping your amp on walls and chairs to get that high quality sound. The Standback Amp Stand angles to your amp perfectly while staying on the floor to maintain your low end. The angle is also adjustable so depending on where you are playing, you can change where your amp is aimed for the perfect sound.
  • IMPRESSIVE SUPPORT IN A LITTLE SPACE: You will be wondering how this amp stand that weighs less than a pound itself could be holding up your amps up to 100 pounds. The amazing ribbed design offers the durability that musicians needs with their equipment. Totally reliable even for larger amps, you are going to love working with it.
  • STORES AWAY PERFECTLY: If you are tired of lugging your equipment around in huge, heavy bags then that Standback Amp Stand is the perfect investment for you. When not in use, it folds for ultimate portability and storage, fitting into even the most modest of gig bags. You will love not having to drag another thing around from show to show.
  • WORKS WITH ALMOST EVERY AMP: With very few exceptions, this amp stand will work with any amp out there. It will work on anything from a little Blues Junior, to Fender Bassman style amps, to a Marshall 4x12 cabinet. Size and shape virtually does not matter. Just pop your amp up on this stand and start jamming.
  • PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS: Package contains (1) Standback Amp Stand. Supports amps up to 100 lbs. Sits on ground while giving amp adjustable upward angle. Folds flat to store away.

Auray MS-5340 Kick Drum/Guitar Amp Microphone Stand with Boom (Black)

Auray MS-5340 Kick Drum/Guitar Amp Microphone Stand with Boom (Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020

String Swing CC01K-BW Guitar Hanger and Guitar Wall Mount Bracket Holder for Acoustic and Electric Guitars Black Walnut

String Swing CC01K-BW Guitar Hanger and Guitar Wall Mount Bracket Holder for Acoustic and Electric Guitars Black Walnut
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Deep cradle design that prevents the guitar from being improperly placed in its hanger
  • Great for guitars which have a headstock with single or uneven heels
  • Yoke pivots to cradle the guitar's headstock
  • Wood block is made of real hardwood

Quik Lok AMS-BS-625 Amplifier Stand, Black

Quik Lok AMS-BS-625 Amplifier Stand, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • Securely holds small amps and combos with up to two 12-Inch speakers
  • Full-circle tilt adjustable amp platform allows for exact amp positioning
  • 5 height adjustment positions with spring-loaded locking pin

Line6 Spider III 15-Watt Guitar Amplifier - Product Review

The Line6 Spider III 15-watt guitar amplifier has its good qualities and bad qualities.

About

The Line6 Spider III 15 watt solid state amplifier is the lowest priced amplifier in its line of Spider III amps. It isn't in production anymore due to improvements in the line6 spider series. However, it still promotes effects of many different amplifiers and emulates many popular, more established amps that are now considered vintage. The effects it lists are a Chorus/Flange, Phaser, Tremolo, Sweep Echo, Tape Echo, and Reverb. It also has 4 amp models, which are Clean, Crunch, Metal, and Insane.

Pros

If you are a beginner, and you need a cheap amp that is better than your poor quality Squier or First Act or whatever beginner amp you have, the Line6 Spider III 15 watt excels in expanding your sonic horizons. You get 6 different effects with two playing simultaneously. The included effects add value to the amp; otherwise you would have to spend more on 6 effects as separate effect boxes. It does make a decent practice amp however, where you can fool around with different tones and effects at the same time.

If you are a metal head or metal enthusiast of any type, the metal and insane settings would be to your liking. The metal model sounds extremely close to the band they advertise it sounds like, which is Metallica.

Cons

However, the amplifier loses its value once you have passed the beginner stage in your ability as a guitarist. The effects are not readily available via a foot pedal unlike the higher end models in the spider iii series. That means this amp is not ideal for gigging because you would have to awkwardly walk over to the amplifier mid-performance and adjust the settings.

The models on the amp have their limits also. The clean has a decent tone, but compared to a tube amplifier, the clean can't touch that tone. Again, the crunch has that ok tonality, but it by no means shines through compared to other amps. The insane setting usually is too much distortion to do any good. It sounds extremely digital and synthetic. It sounds fine on lower volumes, but once it gets cranked up, it starts to lose its tone.

When the amp gets cranked up past 12 o'clock for both channel volume and master volume, it sounds terrible on anything. It also makes a buzzing noise if cranked to loud. The amp will vibrate it and sounds like it will break or fall apart at any moment.

In summation, the Line6 Spider III 15 watt guitar amplifier has some good qualities, like the jumpstart in tonality it has for beginners. But it has that darker side with the nasty sounding tones of some of the models for any use other than practice. Overall, if you are looking for a practice amp and not a gigging amp, it could be a good choice to purchase this amp. If you need something that sounds better for gigging or you have passed the beginner stage, I recommend you invest a little more than the $100 dollars this amp retails for. You'll be much more satisfied with the results of a higher end amp.

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