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October 18, 2015

 

 

Now that the first three stands are in production, I thought I would show a few details of how the design appears in reality.  Here are the neck support and the foot of the back leg.  In both pictures you can see the lovely effect of the timber grain and figure comin...

September 28, 2015

 

 

Well what I meant was final design for the overall concept (style, timber dimensions, counter weight etc.)  I have now gone into the finer details and in particular the way in which I can add cork pads to the contact areas of the stand.  This has resulted in going ba...

September 21, 2015

Having tried various ways to both support the guitar and stiffen the overall construction I have settled on this design.

Key features are the heavier gauge of the timber (5mm laminations and 20-28mm widths) and a lead counter weight in the foot of the back leg.  This gi...

September 21, 2015

Here's prototype two.

 

The curved support for the guitar body adds considerable stiffness to the legs.  Also the neck support is much more secure in that it is deeper, however there is not enough contact area for the attachment to be a simple glued joint.  Have started...

July 6, 2015

I was challenged to come up with a guitar stand design - the challenge came from a guitarist!

 

First thoughts went to minimalistic bent and laminated wood because of my previous experience making chairs, but I was unsure of the actual design.  A couple of sketches took...

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