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Millenium GS-2001 E
7,90 €
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Not for offsets
A. j M. 23.04.2019
It’s alright quality in general I guess, and I think that you would have an issue with acoustics or even lighter electric guitars.

However, the offset body and weight of my Fender Jaguar was apparently too much for this little piece of gear. After a couple months, it started to be very wobbly, as if both legs were moving away from each other every time I laid the guitar on them.

Over a month after that, it simply broke completely - I once laid the guitar and both legs just separated. The little plastic bit on the top (where the back of the body rests) just disintegrated into bits somehow, leaving hidden screws to dent the laquer on the back of the Jag’. Not cool.

All in all, if you buy something cheap, I guess you can’t complain when it breaks on you. I ended up throwing this one out and putting a little more money to buy one of the Hercules stands (guitars hang by the neck on them, so no problem for offsets) as I would rather invest a little more buck to avoid having to pay for paint jobs on a 1.2k€ guitar.

Though I’m sure if you’ll be using it for acoustics or very light guitars that you don’t pick up too often, it’ll be just perfect.
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Very high quality for the price - Recommended
Charistkt 12.02.2020
I use this stand for my Jackson electric guitar. It is very stable and the guitar rests very nicely. Also, you don't have to remove the cable to place the guitar on the stand, which is not the case for some similar guitar stands. Well at least, for Jackson ST style guitars. Only possible downside is that there is a warning note inside the package saying that the plastic parts touching the floor may react with laminate floor and cause markings, after some time. Well, I did have the stand on a laminate floor for 2-3 months, because you only live once, and nothing happened. Can't recommend enough, keep rocking or jazzing or whatever.
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Holds the BASS successfully
Ms. Bright 19.12.2020
Even though it is not mentioned, It's also suitable for the electric bass...
A very sturdy, well made and minimal stand that is really invisible (display-wise) but mainly you will not find your instrument on the floor with no reason! A real VFM here!
Tip for those who wonder: The "Millenium" logo is on a sticker that can be easily come off.
U-shape measurements: max width: 10cm and height: ~ 6cm
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Awesome Value!
Lloyd Borrett 27.09.2021
The Millenium GS-2001 E does a great job of holding my Harley Benton ST-62CC MN strat-style electric guitar. I liked it so much that I have another one coming with the Harley Benton SC-550 II Les Paul style electric guitar I've ordered. This stand is a great value for money product.
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Works as it should, but...
Archion 25.09.2021
It works as it should and has worked for about 3 years, but still I get some kind of an impression that it is just a little bit flimsy. However for the price you pay, it's quite hard to beat.
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Bargain
Flynnz 11.06.2021
At first I thought it was damaged, and marvelled at how anyone/anything had managed to bend part of the support bar through 90 degrees...until I realised it is supposed to be that way - doh. Holds my bass securely. Pay attention to carefully put it in place, especially if a lead is still attached and the guitar output (or possibly the strap button) is in the way of the support bar - depends on the guitar design/hardware layout. Some of my guitars are like this so I'm not sure how I would feel about using it on a stage (I bought it post-covid).
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Good but nothing special
Timieck 09.05.2021
It does what it's supposed to.

The protective material on the bottom is nice and it would be nice to have it on the top as well since it's pretty much just plastic against wood at the moment. I can probably fix it myself by gluing on some felt/foam/fabric but It should really be included.

Feels stable enough most of the time though I have had some scares where it feels like it's going to tip over or on the side.

All in all it's insane for it's price and the build is great so if you're on a budget or just need an extra stand for your practice space I would recommend it :)
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Amzing stand also for bass guitar!
Mathieu Trobec 07.07.2021
I've been using these stands for around 8 years now, before I had these kind of heavy/big/expensive ones. Believe me, this one will do just fine! I have 4 of these stands and my main basses are all full-time on them.

I have a (double neck) bass weighing over 7 kg and this stand still holds it just fine after all these years.

I ordered a new one recently and saw the building of these changed. The angle of the bass/guitar is more inclined. It still works fine but I liked the previous angle more...
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This will definitely survive the test of your curious cat!
Anonymous 10.10.2016
If you're tired of carefully tucking your guitar away in the case every time you take a break for a minute; if the thought of resting your precious instrument against your amp even for a short moment terrifies you (as it should); if your home animals are particularly nosy about your new, expensive guitar, then getting one of these is going to be a cheap insurance.

This thing will probably hold your guitar up to a level 7 earthquake in the Richter scale.

It's really, robust, durable and stable. It does not wobble at all and the base legs have thick rubber caps, which makes the grip really good on solid surfaces like lacquered wood.

My Fender Stratocaster sits very well in this stand, I simply can't imagine it ever falling out.

I do not recommend keeping this on a carpet.

And I think it could bruise the finish off the guitar a bit during long term use. Not that much of a problem for guitars with polyurethane finish, which tends to "brush off" a bit, but nitrocellulose finish tends to come off in large flakes. Take that in account!

It's still a 5 star product!

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Pros:
+ Reasonable pricing
+ Very robust and durable
+ Very stable

Cons:
- Did not like the manufacturer markings
- Could ruin the finish of a guitar, particularly on nitrocellulose lacquer
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Great quality
maciek00 16.04.2021
Good quality. Holds guitar pretty well, but could be improved.

Protective material on the bottom is ok, but there is no protective material at the top, so I had to glue fleece to protect back of my guitar's body

I use it with Yamaha Pacifica, Fender Stratocaster and Harley Benton double cut (SG style) guitar and it holds each of them well. Definitely wouldn't be good for acoustic guitar.

Comparing to more expensive (£20) stand that I use:
* it's lighter (so easier to accidentally fall)
* it's a little bit less stable.
* there's no protective material on upper part - needed to glue fleece to protect back of my guitar
* it doesn't hold acoustic guitar (which for me is actually better, as it's more slim)

Happy to use it, but more expensive stands are noticeably better. Although for £5 I wouldn't expect more. It's actually better than one of my £15 stands

Also instruction says that it can react with floor and leave marks that can't be removed and suggests to glue furniture fleece - imo not a big deal
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Millenium GS-2001 E