Solid Ground Guitar Stands
Finely handcrafted from solid natural hardwoods, these folding guitar stands have a strong feel and yet an elegant, graceful look that will complement your guitar's natural appeal in any environment. Our unique design holds your valued guitar securely from the headstock and provides a solid 3-point stance that remains stable even on an uneven floor. Rare earth magnets hold the stand in either its closed or open position.
Each Solid Ground Stand is finished with natural hand-rubbed oil and wax. This fine furniture finish achieves a durable surface with a nicely subdued sheen and a silky feel. All contact points with your guitar are covered in genuine suede leather.
Model and Wood Selection
Solid Ground Guitar Stands are available in 3 model levels and several different wood combinations. Each model is also available in two yoke widths to accommodate a wide variety of guitar neck widths.
Stock Yoke: 1.65"(42mm) to 1.89"(48mm) will comfortably fit the majority of acoustic and electric guitars, and a large number of electric basses.
Wide Yoke: 1.73"(44mm) to 2.05"(52mm) can accommodate guitars width wider nuts, such as most classical guitars.
Standard Model - African Sapele, Black Cherry, Black Walnut, or Curly Maple.
Special Model - African Sapele, Black Cherry, Black Walnut, or Curly Maple with a contrasting center stripe.
Premium Model - Bubinga, Chechen (aka Caribbean Rosewood), or Morado (aka Pau Fero or Bolivian Rosewood) with a center stripe of Curly Maple.
- secure hold
- stable 3-point stance
- folding/portable design
- premium hardwoods
- natural oil finish
- genuine suede leather
- includes drawstring carry bag
Dimensions folded: 5.5"wide x 5.75"deep x 42"long
Dimensions in use: 20.5"wide x 17.5"deep x 39.25"high
Weight: 7-10 lbs (depends on wood species)
Stock yoke width: 1.65"(42mm) to 1.89"(48mm)
Wide yoke width: 1.73"(44mm) to 2.05"(52mm)
Manufacturer country of origin: USA
Wood species and origin:
Sapele - Tropical Africa
Black Cherry - Eastern North America
Black Walnut - Eastern United States
Curly Maple - North America
Bubinga - Equatorial Africa
Chechen (aka Caribbean Rosewood) - Central America
Morado (aka Pau Fero or Bolivian Rosewood) - South America
We typically have these models on hand and ready to ship. If we do not have one in-stock at the time of your order, we can build your stand and have it ready to ship in roughly 3-4 weeks, or sooner if one is already in progress. If you would like to confirm the availability before ordering, please send us an email.Please Note:
While the photos shown here are a very good representation of the appearance of each species of hardwood used to craft these stands, keep in mind these are natural materials, and there will be some variation in color and grain.
All guitars shown in these photos are for illustration purposes only and are not included.