#1
Hey, I wanted to know if anyone can help me out. Don't worry I didn't destroy my les paul's finish, lol.

I bought a cheap guitar stand because I was hoping i'd luck out and it would be finish friendly. It's a dynex guitar stand (the really cheap ones at best buy, haha)
And there was no warning in the package, but I'm concerned that it could hurt my Les Paul's nitrocellulose finish, so I just was hoping someone would know. The padded parts that the guitar rests on aren't a foam, they're more of a rubber.

So I'd be very thankful if someone knew.
#2
yea it can.

especially if there are temp changes where u keep it.

maybe a cotton cloth between the rubber and guitar might help until u buy a better stand.
Jenneh

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#4
I just have a cloth on the stand- it reminds me to wipe down the guitar, too.
#5
^yeah.

one time i had a refinished guitar on a rubber stand. i guess it was too hot that summer because the arms of the stand dented the finish, and i had to resand the bottom. :/
Jenneh

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#6
you bought a guitar stand from a non-guitar store? sacrilege! heretic! (builds a stake and grabs some gasoline, but being a firebug burns it prematurely) argh... guess your safe for now ....anyone got any marshmallows?
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