Guitar Hero - Guitar Stand

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Intro: Guitar Hero - Guitar Stand

Hello, all you Guitar Hero 3 stands. What you see below is a stand I put together quickly for the all-new Gibson Les Paul wireless guitar controller that comes with Guitar Hero 3 for PS3 and Xbox 360. I got the PS3 one, but the guitars are the exact same thing for both, so it compatible with either. Not sure how it will work with past versions or alternate guitars but it does it's job for mine. (Even though leaning the guitar against the wall would take up less space, I like making stuff out of Knex that I can use.)

Without further ado, here is the stand I made. I just took a bunch of pictures it's pretty easy to make just by looking at them, so if you have any questions just post them and I'll answer them if I can.

**Sorry for the sideways images, Instructables won't let me rotate them.

Step 1: Bottom

The bottom consists of a cross-base with red and grey rods to support it on the three sides, with a more heavy duty triangular leg to support it in the front to support. The guitar you can copy this leg all around to make it look nicer and be symmetrical but I found no need for it.

Above the base is the basket which attaches to the tower of blue rods and purple connectors with yellow cross braces. The two views I supplied should be enough for you to accurately build it or create your own basket, if you don't like mine or your guitar won't fit.

Picture Descriptions:
1) The base
2) Front View of the Basket
3) Bird's Eye View of the Basket

Step 2: Middle and Top

(Sorry for the sideways pictures.)

Here's the main part of the stand.It's eight "stories" of a blue-rod-square tower if my lingo makes any sense. The yellow rods are bracing to support it. After the eight sections there is one more set of blue rods attached to a blue-purple connector which is where the neck of the guitar is placed. The neck supports are just three grey rods with some blue and white connectors on them to keep them from bending and twisting under the weight of the guitar.

Picture Descriptions:
1) Side view of tower
2) Almost front view of tower
3) Top view of neck supports
4) Completed stand

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    noahw

    10 years ago

    Hello, and welcome to the Instructables community! It's great that you've decided to tell the world about something you've made by publishing an Instructable. We just wanted to let you know that your project still needs a little more work if you want it to be well received on Instructables. Projects that don't include certain basic elements tend not to get the attention that they deserve, and so we'd love for you to check out the list below of what makes a successful Instructable. Successful projects on Instructables include: - clearly written details of a finished project with instruction - as many steps as are necessary to explain your project - clear images that you took of your project for most, if not all of your steps - an intro image - proper spelling and grammar - appropriate cautions or safety considerations I'll give you another opportunity to make any final changes to your project before we publish it. Once you're all set to go, please republish your project and send me a quick comment letting me know that you've made some changes. I'll give it a quick final check to make sure you're on the right path, and then remove this note. Thanks for your submission and we hope to see your project published soon!

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    Alivezombie16noahw

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    I'm sorry. This is actually my second instructable, but the reason for lack of steps and directions is because I felt this was a pretty basic thing to make, and only required the pictures I took to accurately build. Nonetheless, I will add some more steps.

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    FixedHDD

    10 years ago on Introduction

    can it also hold a real electric guitar which weight around 4kilogramm? *lol* no, but a very good instructalbe how to keep your guitar hero guitar away cool!

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    St.LouisFixedHDD

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    No, it can't, but if you make the base a little bigger it might be perfect for an acoustic guitar. I've got 2 electric guitars and 2 acoustic ones, but only 3 stands, so I just might search through my pile of old crap in the basement for my old knex, and make one of these.

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    knexdannyboyhrou

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    yes I don't want to just leave it on the ground incase it gets stud on by my little sister

    its nothing that special build your own version of it expand upon your self. that will make you a good knex builder building something of your own.

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    hyperachild

    9 years ago on Introduction

    i am new member on this website but i use it i am going to make knex instructables soon not like guns but every day matirals insteead of buying expensive stuff

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    hyperachild

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah like buritto said if you don't make your own don't take credit unless you modded it to the point where it looks nothing like the orignal

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    Trogador

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I modded the stand to accommodate the larger World Tour guitar and a microphone. Maybe I'll post it sometime.