'Mud Stand' Amp Stands

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  1. FenderGuy53

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    This novel idea for an amp stand really has my attention.

    Things that I like about Mud Stand:
    • easy setup/breakdown
    • non-abrasive, foam-like construction
    • optimal amp angle
    • reasonable price point

    Is anyone using a Mud Stand amp stand live or in the studio? If so, what size are you using (please include the amp you're using).

    FYI, I would be using this stand with a Roland Blues Cube Hot, Orange Crush 35RT and Fishman LoudBox Mini BT.

    Thanks, guys!
     
  2. Guitharley

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    I have one..... I like it....I had a couple other amp stands in my shop/jam room
    But I am getting kinda anal as far as junky floor space and as you mentioned it collapses and snaps itself together with magnets...I’ll send you a pic....I am mostly using with an Allen Sweet Spot amp.
    I seem to use it every time I play be it live or just jammin with buddies

    Pic very shortly
     
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    couple pics I have

    for reference, that amp is 20 inches tall 20 inches wide and 10 inches deep

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    Thanks for the photos, Guitharley (btw, I rode my 2011 HD Street Glide, in black, up until about 6 years ago).

    So, are you using the Mini or Standard stand?
     
  5. Guitharley

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    Gotta love the street glides... I been riding classics or ultra classics since 1992 when we decided we wanted to get busy touring North America on 2 wheels...been down thru your way many times...The Blueridge is a favourite and easy ride from home so if we are limited to a week or so we often head that direction.

    Matter of fact.... it was going to be a bit of a struggle to get the Mudstand shipped to Canada so I paid for it and had them ship it to a hotel in Floyd Virginia and brought it home from there while we were away on a little vacation last fall.

    The stand I have is the standard version

    gladly send more info if it helps
    cheers
     
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    I rode the hills of north Jersey to get away from the crowds. Very refreshing - and very relaxing!

    The BRP IS a nice way to go if you're down this way! Slow, easy ride, beautiful scenery and much cooler at that altitude!

    Thanks for the assist on the Mud Stand. Still debating on whether to get the Mini or Regular size.
     
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    The mini should work fine for you. I use mine with my Princeton and Cube 80 with no issues. It will even hold a Marshall Code 50, which is quite a bit bigger.
     
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    I decided to pass on the Mud Stand and keep my On-Stage RS700 Tiltback Amp Stands; I found that if you reverse the L-shaped shelf and use the lowest setting, it aims the speaker upward at a greater angle AND makes the controls easily accessible. :)
     
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