Xtreme Cello Stand UPDATED with Bow Holder

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Xtreme Cello Stand - Economy
Metal 'A' frame stand, width adjustable to suit all sizes.  Black rubber covered cradle arms. Black. Now updated with bow hook.



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  • 5
    Good cello stand

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Jun 2019

    Sturdy, works exactly as designed - secure, unobtrusive, doesn’t scratch my cello and holds both cello and bow. Makes practicing easier as I don’t have to keep taking them out and putting them back into the case. Great customer service from Whitehourse - I ordered it in the morning and it arrived in the afternoon.

  • 5
    Simple and effective

    Posted by KPax on 18th Jun 2019

    The stand is great. Very simple to setup, sturdy enough to feel secure and light enough to move around. I LOVE having my cello out on display and it encourages me to practice more often.
    I was worried that it might be too narrow for my cello, but it fits perfectly - it's not tight and doesn't seem to be rubbing at all, but it is something I'll watch out for.

  • 4
    Good simple Cello stand that works well

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Mar 2018

    It is a simple but effective stand that works well. However, i find the form pad where back of cello rest is bit too small and thin and got me worried that it will eventually scratch the back of the cello when it is compressed enough... so i had to put extra form sticker where the metal join is... just in case... otherwise it is functioning as expected.

  • 4
    Xtreme Cello Stand UPDATED with Bow Holder

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Mar 2018

    Simple design that fulfils its purpose. It holds the cello securely with a holder at the back for the bow. Delivery was fast with good communication.

  • 5
    Sturdy Frame that does the job

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Mar 2017

    Sturdy frame with rubber at contact points. Bought because most generic A frames don't have the bow holder. I had to bend the the arms a little when it first arrived because it was only contacting the front face edge, but that was easy enough.