Brian Revels' Upcycled Guitar Stand

Brian Revels of Eclectic Upcycled Crafts & Primitive Music (Dallas, NC) recently created this awesome six guitar stand using a large wooden wire spool, sole carpeting and caster wheels.  The result is a totally funky, yet functional space-saving guitar stand.

He posted his project on his Instagram (@br-primitives) and allowed me to share the photo essay here.  The photos show a clear, step-by-step building process that needs no narration. Revels says that if he ever stops making guitars, he can turn the guitar stand into a massive cat scratching post!

Visit his Etsy storefront to see all of his upcycled artwork.

2 comments

  •  Brian Revels
    Brian Revels
    Thanks so much Shane! I am honored... I first saw a similar stand to this one last Summer. Michael B. posted a picture of something similar on Facebook. To this day, I have not been able to find that picture, or anything regarding it since (am not sure where he found it other than some place online). Another builder out in Illinois build one similar to the original photo in order to hold several Cigar Box Guitars that are currently on display (as of April 2020) at the National Blues Museum in St. Louis. The other builder (Logan E. of Homegrown CBG's) gave me some pointers to try to help me. I knew I was going to add the carpet to the bottom to keep the guitars from sliding off and around the top for padding (but to also allow me to keep things from falling off the top). The original used large twine rope for padding along the edge of the top).

    Thanks so much Shane! I am honored...

    I first saw a similar stand to this one last Summer. Michael B. posted a picture of something similar on Facebook. To this day, I have not been able to find that picture, or anything regarding it since (am not sure where he found it other than some place online). Another builder out in Illinois build one similar to the original photo in order to hold several Cigar Box Guitars that are currently on display (as of April 2020) at the National Blues Museum in St. Louis.

    The other builder (Logan E. of Homegrown CBG's) gave me some pointers to try to help me. I knew I was going to add the carpet to the bottom to keep the guitars from sliding off and around the top for padding (but to also allow me to keep things from falling off the top). The original used large twine rope for padding along the edge of the top).

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    monika kudrow
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