Millenium GS-2012

Adjustable Stand

  • For electric guitar, bass, acoustic guitar and other stringed instruments
  • Sturdy and compact when folded
  • Flexible adjustable width (up to 24 cm) and adjustable support surface (from 8 cm up to 13 cm)
  • Material: Plastic with rubberised coating

Note: Not suitable for guitars with nitro varnish.

Further Information

Material Wood, Plastic
Type For one instrument
Suitable For: Universal
For Guitars With Pyroxylin Varnish No
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Not recommended for hard floors
stobbsyboy, 02.11.2020
So I bought these to sit extra guitars on that I didn't have space on racks for - they work great on carpets - you can accidentally gently knock them without the guitar falling over - roughly same amount of abuse you could give a regular stand.

On hard wood or laminate floors you can't put medium weight guitars on them, there's not enough grip in the feet and they go wide at the front of the stand - practically had a les paul strap button touching the floor, it's not a big deal and you can mitigate it by tying the front of the stand with string to hold it together or put a felt pad where strap button would be.

Where the stand falls apart completely (not literally) is really heavy guitars - it just splays out under the weight and wants to fall backwards with an Epiphone double neck on it (obviously not its intended use but I thought I would test it anyway)

Overall I bought 5 of these, and only 3 are now in use with strat, tele and acoustic and they hold those perfectly well with no issues with the strat and acoustic being on carpet and the tele being on laminate, I ended up buying a 3 way rack to handle my spare les pauls, but if you have a particularly light les paul it should be ok on a hard floor
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Has it's uses but not universal
12.01.2016
I bought this stand because I was intrigued by the design and it looked like it could be easily carried around. The plan was to use it for live shows to hold an electric Strat shaped guitar.

While the shape is really cool and the folding mechanism is a really good idea, there are a couple of cons that prevent me from rating this higher:
- The stand is flimsy and does not look like it would survive much beating and being careful with portable guitar stand is not what I was planning
- The fold out procedure is very easy to get wrong and if you apply a little too much force while opening from the wrong end, well mine doesn't quite close fully anymore.
- The guitar slides and while this isn't a problem if you set it carefully, it is impossible to just quickly set it on the stand like you do with a metal one

To sum up, it is a good portable stand if you are very careful with it and, well, this is the type of equipment you don't want to worry about. For my use, a metallic stand from Millenium is a miles better deal.
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Not great
Eggos, 07.12.2017
Unfortunately, Millenium missed the mark with this one. The stand is of very poor quality. Composed of all plastic, the stand is wobbly, and difficult to place your guitar on. I bought it for gigs but I couldn't trust my guitars on this stand even at home. The only real pro this stand has going for it is it's portability or form factor. It's super light, folds up very nicely and is great to bring along with you wherever you're going, but it just doesn't hold your guitar very well, which defeats the purpose of it being a guitar stand I guess. Although it might be against your preferences for a giggable guitar stand, I do highly recommend buying something made of steel or metal to host your guitars on during gigs. I feel like a gust of wind would blow this over. You can even see how hollow the insides are. It's just cheap plastic. Shipping and delivery were great though. Fast, prompt and well packaged, with tracking information provided by email. Thomann appear to be very reliable and although this particular stand isn't their best offering, I can vouch for Thomann as a company and service.

Poor stand Millenium but good job Thomann!
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Deal!
Fatheadcookie, 24.04.2020
I have paid a lot more but they didn't work any better.
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Delivery approx. between Monday, 25.01. and Tuesday, 26.01.

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