Hercules Stands TravLite Folk Instrument A-Frame Stand

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Designed to keep your banjos, mandolins, violins, and ukes in place, and safe from scratches.

The TravLite Folk Instrument Stand is ideal for holding banjos, mandolins, violins, and ukuleles securely in place thanks to adjustable foam pads. It also has specially formulated foam pads to protect your instrument at all possible contact points. Featuring sturdy steel construction, the instrument stand is easy to set up, and breaks down to a compact 10.6" x 10.2".

All Hercules stands are safe for most nitrocellulose lacquer finish guitars*.

*Hercules tests for many types of nitro finish, however some guitar manufacturers change their nitro mixture often. Guitars should never be stored on a stand...always in the case.

  • Holds banjos, mandolins, violins and ukuleles securely with adjustable foam pads
  • Easy to set up and pack up
  • Sturdy steel construction

TravLite Folk Instrument A-Frame Stand Specifications:

  • Weight: 0.9kg (1.9lb)
  • Folded size: 270x260mm (10.6x10.2")
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Hercules folk instrument stand

By Jim

from Illinois

Comments about Hercules Stands TravLite Folk Instrument A-Frame Stand:

I down-sized to a Traveler Mark II bass. In searching for a floorstand for the small (5 lb, 36'') bass, I thought the Hercules folk stand would be a fit. It turned out that the backrest rails on the stand can slip into the tuning slots on the bass body, making it unstable. If it had a single center backrest point (like another Hercules stand I already owned) it might have worked.
However, it is a great stand for my violin! It will also be handy for uke and mandolin because of adjustable depth and with features. And it folds flat to slide into a gig bag pocket.

This stand is designed for specialized, smaller instrument applications, yet there is not enough information on the web to help decide whether it will fit the growing number of travel guitars. I'd say your instrument should: be 3 1/8" or less in depth (including any arch), be lightweight, and have a solid back. The backrest rails contact your instrument 8" above the cradle.

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Great stand

By Stephanie Flora

from Undisclosed

Comments about Hercules Stands TravLite Folk Instrument A-Frame Stand:

I got his for my Dobro. Works great, very sturdy and well made. Great price.

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