Rotating Guitar and Ukulele Stand




Introduction: Rotating Guitar and Ukulele Stand

About: Currently an engineering student

A place to store your instruments if you have no wall space to hang them.

Step 1: Gather Your Materials

This project is easily customize-able, so you aren't restricted to the materials presented here.

I used:

-Multi material screws

-Metal brackets


-Peg and hole board hooks

-Wooden Lazy Susan



-A clipboard

-Command Hooks

-A plastic container

-Spray paint

Tools Needed:



-Sander (or sand paper)

Step 2: Detach the Wood From the Lazy Susan

Unscrew the metal part from the wooden part of the Lazy Susan

Step 3: Cut the 2x4s in Half

The 2x4s will serve as the legs to the stand

Step 4: Drill the Metal Into the Tops of the 2x4

Either drill the Lazy Susan yourself or look for one with conveniently placed holes around it's circumference.

Position the legs evenly on the Lazy Susan, and drill them together.

Step 5: Brace the Legs

Measure out the height of where you want the bracket to be

Then find the center point of each side of the 2x4

use a level and or T-Square to make a straight line.

Line the bracket ends up with the center mark. Line the top of the bracket with the straight line made with the T-square and or level.

Drill the bracket in using a screw and washer.

Repeat process 4 times. Have two brackets on the inside of the 2x4s and another two brackets on the outside of the 2x4s.

Step 6: Reattach the Wooden Part of the Lazy Susan

Step 7: Attach the Hooks

Choose where to add the hooks for your ukuleles/guitars

Pre-drill the side of the Lazy Susan

Screw in the hooks

Step 8: Spray With DW-40

(Optional Step. Use as needed)

Step 9: Prep and Paint

Prep the area to spray paint

The Spray Paint

(You can chose to sand down the wood to be smoother before spray painting)

Step 10: Attach Velro to Clipboard

Cut out pieces of Velcro and attach them to a light weight white board.

Attach corresponding pieces to the legs of the stand.

Mount the white board on the stand

This serves as a place to hold printed out music.

Step 11: Attach Velcro to a Container

Attach Velcro to the back of a light weight container

Place the corresponding piece to the legs of the stand

Mount the container.

This serves as a place to put your accessories: capos. picks, extra strings, etc.

Step 12: Attach Command Hooks

Attack to the inner part of the legs.

Serves as a place to hang a ukulele bag or extra straps

Step 13: Final Product

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    5 Discussions


    2 years ago

    Cool project, could you make one for a few pianos?!


    2 years ago

    Great Instructable Jackie!

    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    2 years ago

    Great use of space with the lazy susan and storage underneath :)


    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank You!


    2 years ago

    Absolutely love it!!