Tools for the Task: Guitar Racks
December 14, 2018
Fun fact: Instruments that are out of their cases and convenient to grab will probably get more playing time.
You like the idea of having a few guitars close at hand onstage or at home, but have limited space and don’t want a stable of single-guitar stands? Consider racking ’em up with a support like one of these.
Crafted with furniture-quality ash and high-density padding for all the contact points, this rack can hold up to three acoustic guitars or six electrics.
Wood construction and EVA bumpers display and securely cradle a group of guitars—six electric, three acoustic, or a combination.
The one-piece-construction of this rack allows easy set up and teardown, while the unique yolk design (each with four pick slots) accommodates acoustic, electric, and bass guitars.
This rack can hold up to six guitars in its plush-lined interior, and when it’s time to head out to the studio or a gig, it folds into a case via commercial-grade hardware.
ROCK SOLIDClassic 6
Constructed from solid mahogany and able to hold up to six instruments, this rack is a space saver at just 44" wide and 18" deep.
A&S CRAFTED PRODUCTSSession Deluxe
Featuring herringbone inlay and three wood options for the sides, this handcrafted rack can be assembled with a Phillips screwdriver and will accommodate up to five instruments.
Foldable, portable, and economical, this multi-guitar rack features a black powder-coat finish and velveteen rubber padding on both the neck and body rests.
Able to transform from a rugged, European-birch plywood case to a guitar rack in 10 seconds, the GSX-6’s features include a soft, plush interior and a heavy-grade-carpet exterior.
Constructed from environmentally sustainable bamboo, this rack system can handle up to seven instruments and is designed to accommodate offset and other asymmetrical guitars.
This traditional-style hardshell case features a plush interior and black-vinyl exterior, and will securely cradle up to three acoustic guitars or six electrics.