I like it!
Came Thursday, and I just set it up.
It is very well made, and not made in China like so much stuff, it is made right here in the USA.
Got to use the Grundorf for the first time this morning.
With it sitting on top of my guitar case cabinet, it is a good height to take off the rear cover plate that I got signed yesterday by Paul.
Pulled it off and put on a new blank plate.
Also used a StewMac guitar tech toolkit I picked up last November.
I really like the toolkit, as it has a lot of small screwdriver heads, and the handle you insert the tips into is comfortable.
Feels much better using a small handle like this than using a full size screwdriver on small screws like that hold the cover plate on.
Guitar Tech Screwdriver Set
Nice setup Corey! One question: on the guitar work station, how stable is the neck support? I take it it locks into place somehow? It just seems a lil awkward, to me, since it's so tall.
Yes, it locks into place using the same type of hasp setup that the box uses to close itself.
It is very stable too thanks to the deep cut V in the neck stand.
With it being up high like that it does not bother me in the least.
I think I am going to pick up one of these small toolkits for my son too, it is very high quality for such a small kit.
Dude, those shelves are awesome. Are they custom?
Originally Posted by CoreyT
Thanks, I like it very much.
Originally Posted by Sage
Way more organized now :D
Yes it is, got it a few months back from a local builder after seeing one similar on another forum I belong to.
I need a nice work station for string changes and such. Time to do some research.
What's wrong with the couch and a few beers?
Actually, I used to have a nice setup. Carpeted bench. Tools laid out. Then I had kids....
I use the Dunlop headstock cradle. On a flat fold out table with a towel.
Got a request from Stew Mac to review the toolkits I bought from them, so I submitted one yesterday.
Got to show off the backside of my 408 on their site :D
My guitar work station answers to the name "Ektorp" and is sold at Ikea. Some people use Ektorp as an ottoman...the nerve.