Metalin' Guitars Releases Two New Guitar Stands

The floor and gooseneck stands feature a tri-tilt balancing assembly.

Saint James, MO (November 26, 2013) -- Following in line with their solid billet aluminum guitars, Metalin’ has come forth with two new styles of solid aluminum guitar stands.

The floor and gooseneck stands feature a tri-tilt balancing assembly making these stands perfect for any application. In addition to the light weight of the stands, the stylish offerings make them stand out in any forum. All stands can be fully customizable to suit anyone’s needs.


  • Light weight solid aluminum
  • Lacquer safe padding
  • Fits most Electric, Acoustic, and Basses
  • Customizable finishes and anodizing
  • Breaks down flat for easy storage and moving

Designed and built in Saint James, MO, the new model stands are ready to ship now. For Custom Logos Etc. please contact Metalin’ Guitars. Floor stand Street Price $150.00. Gooseneck stand Street Price $170.00

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