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  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke
  • Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke

Ultimate Support

Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke

Ultimate Support

Ultimate Support GS-100 Genesis Series Guitar Stand with Locking Legs and Security Strap Yoke

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Product Description Product Description
  • Hanging-style Security Yoke
  • Height-adjustable Guitar Stand
  • Stable and Portable
  • Friendly To Your Guitar's Finish
  • Patented Leg Locking System
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Your guitar deserves this I spent 10 years working in music stores, starting at age 16. I've seen a lot of guitar stands. Every brand and style you can imagine. Even though I've been out of that game for a very long time, not much has changed with guitar stands. We had all this stuff 15+ years ago.Here's my take...if you just want something cheap that mostly probably won't fall over much, buy one of those cheap standard metal stands with the surgical tubing. You'll have the pleasure of knowing you saved ten bucks, and that'll be a great consolation the first time you bump your guitar and it crashes to the ground. Unless you spent more than ten bucks on your guitar, in which case you'll probably cry like a baby. And no one wants to see that, dude.If, on the other hand, you care about your guitar...stop messing around and just get an Ultimate stand. C'mon, man. It's a few bucks more than a total piece of garbage. And for that you get a really well-designed stand that will last you pretty much forever.Here's what I like most...-Ultimate is a great company with killer customer service. What other guitar stand are you gonna find that even has a customer service department?-The angles are perfect. Too upright, and your guitar might tip over. Too angled, and it feels like you're laying it down. Everything about this stand is just right.-You don't have to futz with the placement. A lot of stands, you have to kinda tweak the guitar on the stand before it feels solid. Not the case here. Drop and go. Great for live shows when you're in a hurry.-It folds brilliantly. Look, stop being a baby and take 10 seconds to figure out the little twist lock thing. It's super simple. Twist, fold, twist again, lock. Done. I know you're a musician, but seriously...it ain't rocket surgery. I've not seen another system that works as well OR as easily as this.-Much like a cockroach in a nuclear apocalypse, this stand will most likely outlive you. That surgical tubing on the cheap stands will crack, the cheap welds will break, someone will step on it and bend the metal...but none of that applies to an Ultimate stand. The foam they use, I've never seen it degrade, ever. The angles of the legs and such make it unlikely anyone will break it by stepping on it or dropping cases on it.Of all the dozens of stand companies I bought and sold product from over the years, nothing even came close to Ultimate Support. Not by miles. Once you're beyond the student phase, when you're not sure if music is really your thing, there is ZERO reason for you to own anything else. You want a tiny little folding stand? Save your money and just toss your guitar on the ground...because it'll end up there anyway. You own a real instrument. Buy a real stand. 5The best I am Using this to hold a tenor Ukulele. It s working out fine. It s a little bit too long for the ukulele. To compensate, I wrapped a cushion adhesive farther up the legs so that when you deposit the instrument onto the stand it doesn t knock the bottom of the instrument. I use this stand to play music on stage. One of the most important things is ease of access. I need to grab the instrument quickly Without the impediment of superfluous straps or pieces that jut out to hold the bottom in a wobbly way. This stand has some weight to it and I am confident that I won t be knocking it over on stage. I believe I ordered the best quality stand. It s heavy, well-built, and most importantly, it folds down completely flat so that when you pack it into a bag there is no danger of injuring the stand. There are no flimsy welded parts at risk of breaking during transport. 5Sturdy Stand - Seems to be a Good Height for Bunny Proofing We've been bunny proofing our family room so I needed new guitar stands to keep them away from the bunny's teeth. (I didn't want to attach grips to the wall and I didn't want to re-locate the guitars.) I kept trying to find reviews that listed the height of the cradle, since I wanted something higher, but couldn't find any. Therefore, my review is primarily for bunny-proofers looking for the same answer. The height from floor to grip is 43 inches, fully extended. The distance between the bottom of my 3 guitars and the floor ranges between 9 and 11 inches (acoustic, resonator, electric). Hanging seems to be another deterrent, since it will swing if the bunny stands on her hind legs and investigates - preventing a firm grip for gnawing. This guitar stand is very sturdy and I love the auto-close feature. She's noticed the rubber feet and has given them a bit of a nibble, but she doesn't seem to notice the guitars hanging above her. I've ordered two more, but I will say that if I had expensive guitars that I wanted to keep in mint condition, I don't know that I would trust this stand with those in regards to the bunny. I think this stand makes it more likely they won't be damaged, but they're not completely bunny-proof for our bunny's size. If you had a dwarf bunny, I would think they'd be fine. Expensive guitars would likely find a home in another room, or I'd break down and install the wall grips. 5Poor Quality Control! Received it yesterday, 1st noticed extreme play in locked right front leg. It is obvious to see the pivot rivet on that leg was badly misaligned when installed at the factory. The leg slides out on a smooth surface and the stand will lean ~10 deg. to the right. It should have been obvious to quality control hence there must be little to none QA. If there were no problems, I might have kept it. I didn't ask for a replacement, poor QA makes me wary of taking another chance. Was going to give it 2 stars but there are too many 5 stars, few things rate 5 stars especially when barely used. Any suggestions towards an alternative? 1Lock eventually failed. Sad. Sadly after several months of careful use my locking mechanism is failing. Any pressure on the left leg pops the lock open. Wrapping with tape to keep it from turning is the only way I can trust it with my Warwick bass. Ultimate Support it's not. Recommend other bass players look elsewhere for a more durable solution. I will be doing that too. 1It is great, but while the Hercules fit my Strats perfectly I've got a similar A-frame stand by Hercules. I paid about $25 for that. It is great, but while the Hercules fit my Strats perfectly, it was too small for my Jazz bass. So hunted reviews for an A-frame stand that would accommodate a Fender bass and this seemed to be reasonable choice. The pluses: it does hold the bass. The bass body is wider and the arms spread enough to solidly accommodate the body. So i'll keep it. This was $15 so for the price I'm not complaining. However where the Hercules is rock solid (I could hammer nails with it), this has a narrower diameter tubular steel frame that locks into place with a plastic knob (the Herc uses steel snappy buttons ware are very solid).. There is a bit of wobble ... not much, but when I put the bass on the frame, I'm very careful to be sure it is placed securely (I don't have to worry about that with the Herc). For some reason, I though the height of the upright tub was adjustable (it just looked that way to me in the pictures)...it's not. That said, the bass body rests against the upright at about 3/4 up from the bottom of the body so that is just right (too much higher and it could land in one of the cut-aways.For the money, this stand is just fine for a bass guitar. I like rock solid stuff and this one is good but not rock solid so hence the 3 stars. As I said, I am keeping it and would likely buy another if I lost this one (which happens). I have not tried packing it just yet, but it seems like it should travel pretty well.Last comment: as someone else said, it does not hold a Strat very well. Strat bodies are about 20% smaller than the Jazz bass and the arms are a bit too far apart for me to feel comfortable putting the strat in it ... I'll stick to the Herc for that.Oh yeah, I DID NOT receive a discount on this. I really bought it and paid the asking price. So if you need an inexpensive bass guitar stand, I would recommend this. 3Build quality has reduced, not very sturdy. I bought one of these from Amazon a couple of years ago, great price, great product. Works perfectly with my open back banjo. I've now added another instrument and purchased a second one. When it arrived I thought it was faulty as the center column is somewhat loose in the tripod fitting at the base. I returned it to Amazon for a replacement, 5 stars to Amazon for getting a replacement out to me in 2 days! Unfortunately the replacement has exactly the same problem, so this must be a build quality issue. Is the manufacturer listening? If so you need to take a look at either your QA, or any construction changes you've made. My old one is rock solid, the new one wobbles when you touch it. There a slight rock back and forth for the center column, which isn't present on the older one. If I'd got another one like the old one, it would be 5 stars. 3Two different stands and both are broken before even the first year in exactly the same way I really don't understand how these stands have such stellar reviews on here. It makes me really skeptical about the trustworthiness of the reviews for these stands.I bought 2 of these from Amazon and used them for just a few months. I have 2 guitars in my computer room (a Fender Strat and an standard-style acoustic/electric guitar) that I use for recording and I thought these stands would be perfect for them because they're not ever moved or taken out of the room and I just needed something that I could depend on not toppling over. Within 3 or 4 months (if that), the first stand started to sag towards the right and eventually the Strat slumped to the ground and hit the floor on the bottom before falling forward. Luckily, it wasn't damaged but the stand was clearly failing. I switched the guitars on the two stands since the acoustic is wider and it held it for awhile, but eventually the stand just gave out and the legs would no longer lock. I bought an Amazon Basics stand to replace that one and kept the Strat on the remaining Ultimate Support stand. Within another month or 2, almost the exact same thing happened to the 2nd stand but on the other leg and, eventually, the other leg finally gave out.I'm giving these stands 1 star but would consider bumping that to 2 for only one reason and that's their customer service department but I think I'm even being generous there. When I contacted their customer service, instead of issuing a replacement, they sent me a "repair kit" that had 2 new leg locks in it. The repair kit requires you to drill through a rivet in the base of the stand, unscrew the bolt holding the lock in place, replace the new lock, and then use a pop rivet to rivet the stand back together. Luckily, I have a drill and a rivet gun/riveter and was able to do the repair but it didn't really fix the issue. The stands kinda lock now but the legs are still farther apart than they should be, in my opinion. My Strat just barely stays in place on the one stand and, on the other, it just slides right past the fold-out supports that are on the legs. It works for the acoustic but I fully anticipate that this is temporary and the stands will fail after another few months. I'm still under warranty on both stands so I'm waiting to see what customer support will say this time but I definitely don't think I'll ever be buying these stands again. Since this started, I've now bought 2 more Amazon Basics stands and they work **far** better than these and, despite the fact that those stands are lighter construction and much cheaper, I feel like my guitars are more sturdy and better supported on those stands than they ever were on the Ultimate Support stands.Really disappointed. If anyone has any suggestions or has had a similar experience, I'd love to hear it. Maybe I'm doing something wrong with these but it's not like it's rocket science. They're guitar stands, for crying out loud.Attachments: I've added a pic of the 2 broken leg locks. Notice how they both failed in exactly the same way on 2 different legs and you can see the 2nd leg section starting to break also. 1Best Stand Out There I use this stand for gigs. The best aspect is that the instrument hangs from the neck and doesn't rely on a bottom part for the guitar to sit on. This is great for a guitar with an odd shaped bottom that won't sit well on those other stands. Also, the lack of that bottom piece is one less thing for your strap to get tangled up in when you need to change an instrument quickly. This stand is also tall enough for larger instruments like basses and acoustic guitars.Sturdy enough for stage but they do take up more space than some other stands because the legs open nice and wide for more stability. They fold up compactly but are still a bit heavy to carry around and won't fit in your gig bag it that's what you need. The self-closing yoke is a nice feature which will prevent the instrument from being accidentally pushed off the stand by your clumsy drummer. But the GS-100, without the self closing feature, is just as good. 5Good stand!! I've had a few of these over the years. I actually preferred the Hamilton KB38. I've them for decades and they've been great. The newer one's use a different material. It's a foam that break under the weight of the instrument. DESTROYED 2 StingRay basses.So I'm back to Ultimate Support for another try. I bought 4 GS-1000 stands about 5 years ago. The have a mechanism that swings into place under the under the instrument's weight. A moving yoke, to help hold the instrument in place. The moving yoke stopped working on all 4 of them within a few months. So I went back to Hamilton stands. When my StingRay's got destroyed on 2 brand new stands and Hamilton ignored my pleas, I decided to to the Ultimate Support GS-100. Very similar to the GS-1000 except the yoke has no moving parts. So far, they're working out great!!The tripod unfolds by twisting a small knob & folding 3 legs into place, then rotate the knob back into place to lock the legs. This area has a little flex in it. So far they're working well. Even the old GS-1000's I bought ago as still holding up. it's just feels funny. These stands a little bigger when folded up for travel. I'm a working musician & always moving. I prefer the design and strength of the Hamilton KN38 but I can't have a stand that disregards protecting the instrument. I'm all in on the GS-100 stand!!!! 5
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