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Pocket guitar stand

Buc McMaster

Member
Joined
Feb 17, 2023
Messages
20
Having used similar disappointing products in the past I was skeptical of this one but it looked just different enough to show promise..........and lo and behold it works exactly as advertised. Surprisingly heavy, this one is very stable and secure. The underside grips the amp tolex much better than other designs, it stays put and I fear not propping up the R4 and walking away...........ain't going no where. Highly recommended for those using combo amps and desiring to minimize the gear..............perfect.

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Jethro Rocker

Well-known member
Joined
Nov 6, 2022
Messages
287
Having used similar disappointing products in the past I was skeptical of this one but it looked just different enough to show promise..........and lo and behold it works exactly as advertised. Surprisingly heavy, this one is very stable and secure. The underside grips the amp tolex much better than other designs, it stays put and I fear not propping up the R4 and walking away...........ain't going no where. Highly recommended for those using combo amps and desiring to minimize the gear..............perfect.

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Cool!
Does it come in right handed as well?
 
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