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Breeze Tri-Stand Compact Guitar Stand
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Breeze Tri-Stand Compact Guitar Stand

Save space without compromising safety with the Breeze Tri-Stand Compact Guitar Stand. While giving your favorite instrument a secure and steady home, it also folds into a compact unit. The Breeze Tri-Stand measures just 7x3x3 inches when packed down. Additionally, it remains ultra lightweight for easy storing and transporting. At this size, you can easily pack it with you for gigs or to simply store while you’re on the go. In addition to the compact size, the Breeze Tri-Stand offers superior stability when your instrument isn’t in use. You can be sure that it won’t topple or fall. Finally, the Breeze Tri-Stand is compatible with electric guitars, electric basses, violins, mandolins and banjos as well as flutes and clarinets. Suffice to say, the Breeze Tri-Stand benefits the entire band.

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Steph Parker
Great to hear that the acoustic stand is being delivered, though would have been better to have heard it from @Breeze Inventions.
Deno Brandon
Got my acoustic stand in Ohio. Feels like quality components well put together. It’s a LOT heavier than I anticipated but it packs up quite small and performs well.
Be careful! The shock cord is so powerful I got a nasty blood blister first time I opened it. That’s a good thing for both swift assembly and longevity, but watch your fingers!
Scott Williams
9 months after the "estimated delivery date" on the pledge and still no stand... If you can't deliver then just say so but the silence for months on end is not very professional and will cause people to question ever backing a venture you yours again.
Jason Fischer-Jenssen
Still no stand here...
Steph Parker
@Eric Komanche Komanec, it's only been 7 months since the project ended, that's a little over half a year, unless you're on Venus of course,
Erik Komanche Komanec
Nearly 3/4 year after succesfull funding, no stand here... Great :(
Eventually got my stand. It looks good. It took 2 months to ship to me.
Will comment later after I try using the stand in my studio.
Breeze Inventions Inc.
Hi Steve. You should see your stand within 2 weeks from when we receive your address. Thanks.
Steve Adolt
Just sent you my address. How long before I should see it? —Steve
Breeze Inventions Inc.
Hi Everyone. We've sent out a number of messages recently looking for your addresses but have not commented here. We have the electric stands in stock and all we need are your addresses to ship to. Please send your ship to address to
We should have the acoustic stands in stock by the end of April and shipped to you in May.
Steve Adolt
Need an update or the next post will be with the number of the civil lawsuit.
Still hoping for an update
Dean Gamble
Haven't had or heard anything yet. What's going on?
John Kim
Any updates?
Still havent got it there any update related to shipment?
Erik Komanche Komanec
Still don't get it...
Tek Guy
Did the Electric Stands Ship?
Steph Parker
Is there any news on the acoustic stands?
Breeze Inventions Inc.
Hello all. Thank you for your patience. We have finally received the electric guitar stand in the second week of January. However, we have spent the last two weeks preparing for the show in California where we hope to meet a number of distribution companies and resellers. The NAMM show is from January 24th to January 28th. We will be returning to the office on January 30th. We will send out the electric stand to all the backers who have given us there addresses that week. So hopefully you will receive yours the first or second week of February. We apologize for the delay. We had some delays with the shipping and customs our first time around. We will do better going forward.
Steve Adolt
It’s now January. When should we expect to receive these?
Steph Parker
Is there any word on the stands? Or are you still expecting them to arrive at your warehouse on Christmas day?
Breeze Inventions Inc.
The stands are currently being shipped to us from our manufacturer. We should receive them in 2-3 weeks and will promplty ship them out to you, our backers. Thank you for your patience.
Steve Adolt
Hi. When should we expect our stands, please?
Hebron Chester
What is the status?
Hebron Chester
Hello, anyone?
Hebron Chester
Has anyone received info or the item?
Hebron Chester
Do you know when the stands might be shipped?
John Kim
Any update?
Humberto Ribeiro Mendes Neto
Do you have news about the delivery?
Breeze Inventions Inc.
The acoustic and the electric stand use the same frame but the acoustic uses a larger base to accommodate the wider body of the acoustic guitar. The pouch when packed up is a little larger than the electric but not much.
Breeze Inventions Inc.
Yes. The electric is made for all electric and bass guitars.
I guess the stand for electric works good with electric bass right?
Adam Dupuis
What is the difference between the acoustic and electric stands?
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Closed Dimensions
7 x 3 x 3 inches
foldable, portable, lightweight
guitar, bass, flute, clarinet, banjo, mandolin
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