The Classic 4 and the Show 5 offer an alternative for players with guitar collections of various sizes.

Huntington Station, NY (December 12, 2011) -- Rock Solid Guitar Stands has introduced The Classic 4 and The Show 5 stands. These two new multi-guitar stand models offer an alternative for players with guitar collections of various sizes.

The Show 5

Rock Solid Guitar Stands are multi guitar stands specifically designed for the home or studio and designed by a collector. The Classic 4 is designed for someone with limited space. It is only 33” wide x 28” high x 18” deep and is priced at $169. The Show 5 has a specially designed fifth slot that allows you to show off one guitar while keeping the others in the rack. The Show 5 is priced at $219.

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