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Tools for the Task: Multi-Guitar Stands

Ten top-notch cradles for your guitar and bass collection.

Is one guitar enough for you? Didn’t think so. At home, onstage, or in the studio, you need to have your favorites at the ready. We’ve corralled some options that securely group your instruments for quick changes, but don’t demand much stage or van real estate.


This stand features a trio of "Auto Grip System" yokes, folding backrests, and specially formulated foam at all contact points. Optional carry bag available for easy transport.
$69 street

KÖNIG & MEYER Guardian 5

This stand holds five instruments securely while saving space and providing an easy overview of your axes. Sub-divided support arms with integrated pick holders leave the strings untouched.
$239 street


This ultra-stable stand with a lifetime guarantee features the patented “Headlock” gravity-activated hanger system and a six-point base that can maintain stability at up to 30 degrees of tilt.
$199 street


The wide, stable bass of this foldable stand can support five instruments in single file, supported by a padded yoke and base.
$57 street


This three-instrument stand accommodates acoustic and electric guitars. It features heavy-duty steel construction, rubber padding, durable neck restraints, and removable red safety trim on its feet.
$29 street


This A-frame stand supports up to five instruments in any combination, folds for easy transport and storage, and is extremely strong thanks to its square tubing.
$81 street

FENDER 7-Guitar Case Stand

This seven-axe stand looks like a traditional case, but transforms into a stage-worthy rack for up to seven electric guitars. It’s available with a vinyl or tweed exterior and boasts a plush interior in either black or red.
$319 street


This plush-lined case-style stand is compact and easy to transport, yet holds up to six guitars when opened. It features a black-vinyl exterior, leather straps with snaps to secure each instrument, and adjustable spacers for a custom fit.
$249 street


This triple hanging-style stand features heavy-duty powder-coated tubing, protective rubber at all contact points, and safety gates to secure headstocks.
$30 street


This rack features five rubber “hands” acting as neck rests, which can be moved to accommodate instruments of varying depths. The cradle rails can be narrowed and the neck rest lowered to safely stow smaller instruments.
$109 street

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