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Millenium GS-2000

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Sturdy Guitar Stand

  • For acoustic guitar and electric guitar
  • Colour: Black

Not suitable for long-term use with guitars with nitrocellulose lacquer

Material Metal
Type For one instrument
Suitable For: Universal
For Guitars With Pyroxylin Varnish No
Item number 127878
6,70 €
Including VAT; Excluding 20 € shipping
Available immediately
Available immediately

This item is in stock and can be dispatched immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
Delivery approx. between Monday, 1.11. and Tuesday, 2.11.
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Very good for its price!
shail3n 22.04.2018
I have to admit, I was a bit skeptic about this stand which I received as a bundle along with my Startone acoustic guitar. I was initially looking for a beginner and cheap guitar for my sister and I have read that both the Millenium stand and Startone brand are made my Thomann itself. For the cheap price paid, I was not expecting much of a quality stuff since it was part of a cheap bundle.

Once I received the package in time and neatly packed as always by Thomann all the way from Germany to Mauritius, I was really surprised by this stand. It is looks very rigid and has a bit of weight, which makes it very stable. It holds the acoustic guitar which I bought very well and I am really happy with my purchase!

Don't let the price fool you, and even if it is part of a free bundle, this stand is very good. Am am sure there are more expensive stands out there that will do the same job as this one and will not beat this one in terms of quality. The stand holds the guitar perfectly and looks very beautiful in its matte black colour. Height is also adjustable.

Highly recommended and thank you again Thomann for your professionalism. Never let me down.
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Works great on Jazz bass
Ulven 14.09.2017
I own several different guitar stands of various makes and shapes. This is by far the best cheap guitar stand I have brought.

Its not as good as my Hercules stand with the auto yoke, but that's a £30 stand by comparison. The Hercules is of more sturdy build and the auto yoke for gripping the neck is handy if you're too lazy to attach a manual neck tie.

The millenium GS-2000 is in my opinion sturdy enough for home use.

It has a good wide base stand so that it is nice and stable and doesn't rock around. The manual tie for holding the guitar at the neck is adequate for the job.

Height is adjustable.

One really good feature, that I've seen someone else review as a negative, is that the bracket/seat for the base of the guitar swivels. On most stands its firmly fixed in place. Why is this a good thing? Well for anyone who's tried to use a stand on a guitar with a weird shaped/angled bottom like a Jazz bass for example will know that they don't usually sit well. The swivel bracket/seat on this stand allows a jazz bass to sit perfectly upright and cradled equally on its bottom edge.

For this price I really can't see any negatives. An auto neck yoke would be nice but I've only seen them on Hercules stands and I wouldn't expect that for this price.

I think I'm likely to purchase a couple more to replace some of my other stands.
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Very cheap and solid stand
LargePotato4455 11.09.2021
This stand seems to be very solid.
I assembled it in a couple of seconds, it can withstand an electric guitar (3.5 kg) without problems, bought it a few months ago here, it didn't fall apart still
For its price that's very good
There is no sense to overpay for expensive stands (at least for me).
I'm 100% satisfied with it
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Sturdy, holds my guitar firmly in place
Arman Manukyan 01.09.2017
The Millenium GS-2000 guitar stand is probably the most secure guitar stand you will find at this price. I collect guitar stands; I never intended to, but I have an extensive collection of guitars and basses. As each new style of stand was marketed, I had to have one (or two, or three). This stand is one of the original designs, and if you have the room to place it and carry it, it's still one of the best. It supports the instrument at the neck and the bottom. It has a revolving yoke so instruments that are offset at the bottom are held securely. It is adjustable for height to be useful for anything from a baritone ukulele to an extended range bass guitar. The entire yoke and neck holder are padded with a soft, cushioned material that won't damage your instrument's finish. Although the rear leg appears to be short, it is more than long enough to maintain the instrument's center of gravity well within the stands footprint, while still allowing the stand to be placed close to a wall. The tubing and frame material is more than heavy enough to support the six string bass (10 1/2 lbs) that is presently sitting on it. In fact, the heavier the instrument is, the more stable it will be on this stand. It's a fact of physics.
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