FretRest by Proline FRMS1 Mandolin/Uke Stand

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Tripod stand for a variety of small-stringed instruments and more.

The FRMS1 is small stringed instrument stand that fits ukuleles, mandolins, junior guitars, video game guitar controllers and more. It's special tripod design has padded arms to safely cradle your instrument and gives your instrument sturdy support while not in use.

Features

  • Tripod design provides sturdy support
  • Padded arms safely cradle instrument
 
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FretRest by ProlineFRMS1 Mandolin/Uke Stand
 
5.0

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5.0

Very good stand...great price

By ukenovice

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Comments about FretRest by Proline FRMS1 Mandolin/Uke Stand:

Got it for my tenor uke. Fits great. Durable. Stable. Really not sure what more a person needs in a stand. I guess if you want something stylish, this would not be it. But it looks professional.

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5.0

Very practical little Mando Stand

By Will Campbell

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Comments about FretRest by Proline FRMS1 Mandolin/Uke Stand:

Received this little Mando Stand the other day and I was truly impressed. For the money I don't think you can beat it. It is very well made and sturdy with plenty of padding. There are extra padded rings on the top cradle that prevent your instrument from coming off in case you would bump it. Nice idea. This is a practical little stand that does it's job very well. I can think of no reason why someone would need a more expensive model.

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