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On-Stage GS7140 Spring-Up Locking Electric/Bass Guitar Stand

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This is a used On-Stage GS7140 Spring-Up Locking Electric/Bass Guitar Stand.

Condition

This stand is in very good condition with some minor marks and wear from use.

Product Details

A small stand with big time security! The GS7140 features a unique spring mechanism that locks your guitar in place, effectively making the stand and instrument one unit. The stand and guitar can be moved around stage or studio together with ease. Operation couldn't be easier; simply press your guitar into the spring-loaded yoke and lock it into place under the upper yoke. Designed for the working musician, the GS7140 accommodates most full size electric guitars and bass with cutaway body designs.

  • Stand weight: 2-3/5 lbs.
  • Rubber feet prevent slipping
  • Durable black powder coat finish
  • Single guitar stand, fits most electric and bass guitars with cutaways
  • EVA foam protects instrument finish

Authorized Reseller

Pixel Pro Audio is an authorized On-Stage dealer.

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