JBrent Woodworks Releases New Hybrid Guitar Stand

The new model comfortably holds up to three acoustics and three electrics.

Adding to the company's line of fine furniture-grade hardwood guitar stands, JBrent Woodworks has introduced a new hybrid stand that accommodates a mixture of electric and acoustic guitars.


JBrent's previous models were 3- and 5-place acoustic and 4- and 6-place electric configurations. Where previous models were made to hold either acoustic or electric guitars, the new hybrid model holds both.

The new hybrid stand, with places for 3 acoustic and 3 electric guitars, nestles them comfortably in a stand that only measures 37-3/4 inches across. It can accommodate acoustic guitars having a body depth of 5-1/2 inches with ease.

Features

  • Beautiful, naturally finished hardwoods
  • Graceful maple/walnut inlays in the legs
  • The guitar rests on ¾" poly foam covered in rich red velvet – protective and attractive
  • The entire weight of the guitar rests on its base – secure and safe for the instrument
  • The neck rest is radiused for minimal contact with the neck of the guitar as it sits in the stand
  • Stands are shipped disassembled to save on shipping, but come with easy-to-use assembly instructions, pictures and all necessary tools, screws, and parts
  • The full dimensions of the stand are 30"H x 37-3/4"W x 13"D

The price of JBrent's new hybrid stand varies depending on the wood that is chosen. It ranges from $229 for Cherry to $309 for Genuine Mahogany and Walnut (as shown). Other hardwoods are optional -- just call or write JBrent directly for availability. Visit the JBrent website at jbrentwoodworks.com for an overview of the company's offerings.

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