The new models feature a wider mounting area to better accommodate extended-range instruments.


Mount Juliet, TN (December 29, 2017) -- Hercules guitar stands have long been known as top-of-the-line support and protection for your instruments. We are pleased to announce the next generation of our AGS (Auto Grab System) stands and hangers.

The GS414B Plus and the GSP38WB Plus feature a wider mounting area to better accommodate extended range instruments (up to 2.05” nut width), an upgraded height adjustment clutch, and upgraded rubber feet for increased stability.

Included with this stand and hanger is the new Hercules accessory, N.I.N.A., Narrow Instrument Neck Adjustment, which is designed to increase the thickness of the AGS yoke so that it can accommodate instruments such as ukulele, mandolin and banjo (as small as 1.1”).

The new Hercules GS414B Plus and GSP38WB Plus will begin shipping to dealers in March.

GS414B Plus - MSRP: $69.99 - MAP: $49.99

GSP38WB Plus - MSRP: $27.99 - MAP: $21.99

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