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Acoustic Guitars are made in all shapes and sizes with various features. The price of each product will depend on the features of the product. The quality of a guitar stand depends on its brand, its manufacturer and the amount of foam used to manufacture the product. Most large manufacturers have their own factories and produce their own guitar stands. However, there are many small and medium-sized manufactures that ship their products direct from the warehouses and have excellent quality but are less expensive.
Brands of musical instrument stand are often interchangeable and it is not uncommon to find different brand names applied to a single product. Acoustic Guitars manufactured by Yamaha, Roland, Kloster, Moog, Pritchard, Jupiter and Casio are a few examples of brands that regularly cross-sell. Acoustic Guitars by Fender are another example. Regardless of the manufacturer, all musical instrument stands conform to some basic requirements.
There are many guitars racks available, but one of the most popular is a Fender guitar rack. It's well-designed with an easy grip. The guitar rack ships in a wood case with the stand included. It is a little larger than the average acoustic guitar stand but fits nicely in the corner of a room. Many Fender guitar racks also come with a padded gig bag, a strap lock, and many even include a detachable player.
Guitars by other manufacturers follow a similar basic design. Many acoustic guitar makers make their own brand of wooden guitar stand that may be similar to the Fender brand. Some brands use only high quality materials while others use polyester or fiberglass. Some brands use only solid wood while others use wood veneers. If you're looking for a wood guitar stand that's reasonably priced, you should consider a manufacturer of acoustic Guitars who ships worldwide. Such brands would include J.C. Penney, Martin, Gibson, Takamine and several others.
Polyester fiberglass is generally used for acoustic guitars because of its stability. A-frame guitar stands usually use MDF, a wood veneer, or maple to help provide stability. Some acoustic guitars are made with either MDF or maple because of their tendency to break easily. MDF is generally less expensive than other types of wood veneers.
When comparing prices on MDF or polyester, it's often best to consider what you'll actually be using the guitar a-frame stand for before making your decision. Smaller guitars might need more support than large Guitars, for instance. Also, consider whether you want to hide the wiring or not. For guitars that aren't made for heavy use, it might be better to choose small guitar a-frame stands. On the other hand, if you need a lot of stability for a small guitar, it might be best to get a large and sturdy a-frame guitar stand.
Cradles are typically referred to as "factory assembled" stands. While most wood guitar stands sold today come with a wood cradle, some manufacturers allow for the customer to add additional cradle to the instrument. Custom-made instruments are especially fun to build. A custom-built instrument usually takes longer to build and cost more money, but it also allows the user to put in his own unique touches and customization to the instrument.
It's often difficult to tell apart between a wooden stand and a traditional stand, unless you're an experienced woodworker. The main difference is likely going to be in the construction of the product. A wooden stand is most likely assembled by hand, while a plastic product is probably assembled by machines. When checking out a particular product, look at the construction and see if it's constructed by hand rubbed.
An acoustic guitar stand differs from a classical guitar stand mainly in the placement of the footstool. In an acoustic guitar case, the instrument is in its own cupboard rather than being placed in the lap of the person playing. Acoustic guitars are typically fretted instruments. The U.K. standard for an acoustic guitar is the E-Guitar. In the United States, the standard is the twenty-five inch scale.
When comparing wood guitar stands with nitro guitars, nitro often has the advantage in that nitro models can be tuned. The guitars aren't quite as precise with tuning as they would be with a solid body. But, these guitars can also be more affordable than solid wood models. The same general rule applies with the twenty-five inch scale as with the twelve and half inch model.