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  • ATTENTION to detail that kills!

    Hercules Stands GS523BPublished on 04/06/14 at 11:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This stand is (almost) excellent: Stable, practical, foldable, lightweight and strong.

    Structure in round tubes wrapped in a sufficiently dense foam so as not to collapse under the weight of the instruments.

    Possibility of extension with "HA-205" accessory: I stored a trouble-free folk guitar, bass, Telecaster and Ibanez hollowbody.

    A slight drawback: the guitars have their jack on the edge (like the Telecaster for example) and not on the table (as the Stratocaster) must instead be stored with the strings facing left, otherwise the jack arrives pile- hair at the foam padding and may leave a mark even in the long run, damaging protection.

    A serious drawback: two Phillips head......
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    This stand is (almost) excellent: Stable, practical, foldable, lightweight and strong.

    Structure in round tubes wrapped in a sufficiently dense foam so as not to collapse under the weight of the instruments.

    Possibility of extension with "HA-205" accessory: I stored a trouble-free folk guitar, bass, Telecaster and Ibanez hollowbody.

    A slight drawback: the guitars have their jack on the edge (like the Telecaster for example) and not on the table (as the Stratocaster) must instead be stored with the strings facing left, otherwise the jack arrives pile- hair at the foam padding and may leave a mark even in the long run, damaging protection.

    A serious drawback: two Phillips head screws are not protected inside the frame where the guitars are range. Must ABSOLUTELY the cover (eg with a piece of velvet face a sticky Velcro) so as not to risk the drama, I just had to scratch the Bigsby my hollowbody Ibanez brand new ...
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