Hamilton Double and Triple Guitar Stands

Hamilton announces the release of the KB420G Double Guitar Stand and KB430G Triple Guitar Stand, traditional cradle-rest stands that can carry multiple guitars.

KB430G Triple Guitar Stand

These new stands offer a space-saving and reliable solution for players with multiple guitars, and it does so without straying from the familiar look and mechanism of old guitar stands.

Both the KB420G Double and KB430G Triple Guitar Stands follow the traditional cradle-rest design, the guitar body will rest on a large yoke at the base while the neck is secured by a smaller yoke at the top. This tried and tested design remains relevant today, because of its simplicity, convenience and stability, so implementing it on a multi-instrument design is only expected.

One of the major drawbacks of multi-instrument guitar stands is the worry of tipping the whole thing over when it is unbalanced - defeating the purpose of having a multi-guitar stand altogether. Because of the classic yoke design and tripod base, Hamilton was able to ensure that the stands will remain balanced and stable even when loaded unevenly.

This means that you can load and unload guitars to the stand without issue, assuming you are handling the instrument and the stand with care, it should not fall on its own just because of the uneven weight of the remaining instrument. Compared to regular stands, these two come with a large tripod stand base that are joined via a cast hub assembly, helping it handle the added weight of multiple instruments and ensuring durability.

To make the triple guitar stand mobile, Hamilton added a handle at the top so you can carry the stand to a different location even when it is loaded with instruments. Much like classic yoke style stands, both the KB420G and KB430G is designed to fold up for convenient storage and transport when not in use.

One of the most common concern when it comes to guitar stand is how it can damage the finish, to address this, both the body and neck rests are covered in satin rubber that is said to be "finish-safe". I still wouldn't leave an expensive guitar on this stand for too long, but it should not do any damage when handled properly.

The steel frames are powder coated in black to allow the stand to blend into the background in stage settings, and it won't stand out too much in your living room. Finally, all removable components, like the cradle yokes and neck extensions, are keyed for easy, fool-proof assembly.

The KB420G Double Guitar Stand is expected to retail for $30, while the Triple Guitar Stand is going to retail for $46. For further details and to check out their extensive line up of instrument and music related stands, head over to Hamilton Stands.

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