NAMM 2020: Warwick’s Multiple RockStands offers a suite of customisation options

The Multiple RockStands can accommodate a variety of guitar shapes and are highly portable.

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NAMM 2020: Warwick has announced the Multiple RockStands, a series of customisable and portable guitar stands.

The Multiple RockStands can be customised to suit a variety of guitar collections due to their modular accessories. Example of different combinations include three acoustics with one electric, and five electrics with two acoustics. Additional hardware add-ons such as rollers with brakes, spacers, stand enhancers and RockStand electric or acoustic guitar sets can also be used to supplement the Multiple RockStands.

RockstandThere is a variety of basic Multiple RockStands models that users can start with, ranging from the smaller Modell 3E (up to three electric guitars and/or basses) to the larger Modell 9E (up to nine electric guitars and/or basses) and Modell 2A3E (up to two acoustic guitars and three electric guitars or basses).

Each model of the Multiple RockStands features a telescopic mechanism that allows the stand to be collapsed into a smaller form, making it easier to transport. V-style guitars can be stored with the Multiple RockStands simply by inverting the bottom footrest of the stand. The Multiple RockStands’ anthracite softpads also provide ample support for various instruments without the risk of marring delicate finishes.

Warwick also recently announced a huge release via its sub-brand RockBoard, which detailed four new pedalboard models and several accessories including wireless guitar systems, patchbays, loopers and isolated power blocks.

The Warwick Multiple RockStands will be available in May at an as-yet-undisclosed price. For more information, click here.

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