#1
I don't know what these are really called but I've seen Def Leppard and Iron Maiden use them live. They are stands that hold your acoustic in place so you can step away from it to play electric. I want one for recording and gigs. Anyone know where I can get one?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJaVQK3AVL4

Phil Collen is using one in the beginning of the video if you don't know what I mean.

Any help is greatly appreciated!
#2
Quote by Weaponxclaws
I don't know what these are really called but I've seen Def Leppard and Iron Maiden use them live. They are stands that hold your acoustic in place so you can step away from it to play electric. I want one for recording and gigs. Anyone know where I can get one?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJaVQK3AVL4

Phil Collen is using one in the beginning of the video if you don't know what I mean.

Any help is greatly appreciated!


Check out these links

https://www.google.com/search?gcx=w&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=acoustic+guitar+performance+stand
#5
Quote by T7E
Why do need one of them for recording. That is why Les Paul invented Multi-tracking


I multitrack. It's just so I can mic it and keep it stationary. I have a bad (or good?) habit of moving when I play. It's fine with every other instrument but a slight move on an acoustic guitar will change the sound so I like it to be perfectly still.
#6
Quote by Weaponxclaws
I multitrack. It's just so I can mic it and keep it stationary. I have a bad (or good?) habit of moving when I play. It's fine with every other instrument but a slight move on an acoustic guitar will change the sound so I like it to be perfectly still.



did you ever consider, mic'ing the acoustic in a different way?

and yeah those stands are expensive because the last thing you
want on stage is to tip over your acoustic while you're jumping around
while you play.
Jenneh

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