Hey everybody, Today I made myself a guitar stand and thought about sharing, maybe it's useful to someone. I made it with leftover wood, screws and paint that I had lying around in my house, so the cost was almost zero, but even if you had to buy everything, it would still be pretty cheap to make. This one is pretty small and unobstrusive (footprint is 19"x13") and holds 4 guitars (3 electric and 1 acoustic). I didn't expect much of it but actually I'm amazed at how sturdy it is. Now let's go to the pics: All the wood used: The basic design, I think it's pretty self-explanatory. Base is 19"x13". Height: 31". All held together by screws. Painted it and added foam to every spot that where the instruments rest on. Covered the foam with red velvet. It was very sturdy as it was but added a little bit of reinforcement anyway. And this is the final result: Materials: wooden boards, screws, paint, some foam or whatever sort of padding, a little piece of fabric or carpet, thumbnails and/or glue. Tools: Screwdriver, drill, hand-saw, sandpaper, paintbrush. Anyway, I reckon it's a bit crowded and it doesn't look all that great, but it works flawlessly, costed me only $3 worth of fabric and now I don't have guitars lying everywhere. I hope you like it and I'll gladly answer any questions. Cheers!