Step 2: Cut PVC Pipes

Use the tape measure, marker, and cutter to cut the PVC pipes into the following lengths:

  • 2 - 30" lengths
  • 2 - 18" lengths
  • 10 - 4 1/2" lengths
  • 2 - 4" lengths
  • 4 - 2 1/4" lengths
  • 2 - 1 3/4" lengths
  • 15 - 1 1/2" lengths
I made this! It works pretty well, but mine needed one improvement: I added pipe insulation foam on the bottom pipes to keep the guitars from slipping around. <br><br>Thanks for this instructable!
i have a stand like this for my three real guitars, it makes life so much easier since regular stands that only hold one guitar take up so much space
I prefer wall hanging because it takes virtually no space, and you canstill view al your guitars easily :D
Great instructions!!! I tweaked mine a bit so it could hang on the wall. Added some paint and clear coat and bam!!! Check out the pics
Wait? Can't you only play with 2 guitars at a time? Why do you need 5?
I love how you made it look like flames coming up from the bottom. Great job!
I built a wood stand that will hold 10 guitars:<br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://docsrockbandmods.netforums.us/the-great-axe-stand-holds-10-guitars-vt597.html">http://docsrockbandmods.netforums.us/the-great-axe-stand-holds-10-guitars-vt597.html</a><br/>
Just built this today. Took me two days - one to cut and assemble, then one to re-cut and assemble with glue.<br/><br/>I had to re-cut pieces as my T and L connectors were obviously of larger dimensions, but I think this looks pretty good. Heaps neater than stacking my 3 (probably soon to be 4) guitars against the couch!<br/><br/>Thanks btravis72<br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i166/the_pirate_monkey/DSCN8183.jpg">my guitar stand</a><br/>
Looks great! Glad to help. I think you'll find it is much easier to move them out of the way when company comes over, too.
Once I move into my new place I might build this, lol Rockband and Guitar Hero makes a small mess
cool, 4/5 (i only play guitar hero, but if i had a whole bunch of guitars, i'd make one :D)
would this same invention work for a real guitar...commment on my page if you want to reply plz
Nice idea! I was planning on making something like this, but was just too lazy to. And I don't have much PVC and I know I'm not going to buy any. Great Instructable, I added it to my Guitar Hero Mods group. +5/5 stars. (added to favorites)
great instructable! this really, really helped
Very innovative! You should send this over to them...if there's enough of a demand, they might come out with a series of stands.
Good idea! PVC pipe is second only to duct tape as the most useful stuff ever. Do you think this thing would be sturdy enough to hold actual electric guitars? (You Guitar Hero types remember what those are, right? :-)
There are other Instructables here on the site that do just that! <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-pvc-multiple-guitar-stand/">Here</a> is the one I used as inspiration for my scaled-down version.<br/>
A curiosity question: If Guitar Hero/Rock Band require at most 2 guitars...why make a stand that holds 5 or more? Cool idea though, congrats :-)
Well, three reasons. First, like Noodle93 says, when the games come out sometimes they aren't interchangeable with other versions, so you are forced to buy new guitars. Second, some versions of these games only shipped with a corded guitar. If you buy a wireless controller later you now have two guitars for that game. Third, and this is the main reason I made this stand, is when other people come over to play and bring their guitars. It helps keep the game room uncluttered when you have a bunch of kids taking turns playing these games. :)
Because he's been forced to use all different controllers from all the different games.
So cool, I was just about to look for something like this, thanks for the posting.

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