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Post new topic The Mud Stand tilts your amp back to the perfect angle...
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Kermit Monk

Greeneville, TN
Post Posted 5 Nov 2017 6:26 am     Reply with quote

The Mud Stand is a new type of amp stand that tilts your amp to the perfect angle for the seated steel guitar player. Also, the angle and vertical supports prevent the drummer from getting beamed by the sound coming out of the back of your amp.

Weighs only 3 lbs. Packs up in an easy to carry block. Isolates your amp from boomy hollow stages. Toss out that clunky, metal amp stand and get a Mud Stand.

We have forum members using the Mud Stand with Fender Steel Kings, Nashville 112s, Nashville 400s, Telonics amps, Fender Deluxes, Fender Twins and Milkmans. Maybe some of you guys using them can comment and let other forum members know how the Mud Stand is working for you.

We make a donation to the forum for every Mud Stand sold to a forum member. Thank you to everyone that has purchased one!


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Tony Rankin

Post Posted 19 Nov 2017 10:47 am     Reply with quote

These things are great! I love mine
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Greg Cutshaw

Corry, PA, USA
Post Posted 19 Nov 2017 1:40 pm     Reply with quote

Still liking mine. It has a distinctive and professional appearance that compliments the look of your gear setup!

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