Cooperstand Introduces Hand-Crafted Instrument Stands

The Cooperstand brings hand-crafted elegance and portability to guitar stands.

Nashville, TN (October 17, 2009) – Daniel Cooper has introduced a new instrument stand, called the Cooperstand. Cooperstand addresses the typical stringed instrument support device in a non-typical way. It’s designed for the performing musicians looking for a professional stand that securely supports acoustic or electric guitar, bass, banjo, or mandolin. Cooperstand has full size, function, compatibility, flexibility, portability, good looks, and versatility in one very small package.

Cooperstand is not the same old thing. It is a uniquely contoured, hand-crafted enhancement to the instrument that sits on it. In addition, it provides a professional overall appearance to the performer.

• Convenient: opens and closes with one hand.
• Versatile: accommodates acoustic or electric guitar, bass, banjo, or mandolin.
• Portable: weighs only 16 ounces.
• Compact: fits in the headstock of a guitar case or any 4” x 9” x 1-1/2” area!
• Stable: 4-footed base, low center of gravity.
• Secure: non-slip neoprene padding protects your instrument, holds it in place.
• Safe: no exposed sharp edges that could damage your instrument.
• Durable: light weight and flexible design easily absorbs impact.

Suggested retail price for the Cooperstand guitar stand is $89.95. Street price ranges between $69.95 and $79.95.

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