The Krauth and Benninghofen families established Hamilton Stands in Hamilton, Ohio in 1883. For a long time Hamilton Stands has been synonymous with quality and strength and is one of the most seasoned music items organizations in the US.
Having been established by two specialists, Hamilton was based on a culture of item plan and advancement. In the early years numerous licenses were granted, including those for collapsing music stands, catch drum and sax stands, guitar capos and symphonic music stands. In later years development proceeded, with a few items being presented that have characterized their portions, including trumpet, trombone and sax stands and the principal current body-supporting (support) guitar remain from 1978.
Hamilton began the neck suspending guitar stand, its KB38, which remains a solid merchant and has brought forth focused items, for example, the Hercules Auto Grip and Ultimate Genesis stands. The KB400N collapsing music stand is the top of the line and most universal remain on the planet, with more than 6 million having been sold.
In 2012 Hamilton presented its first far reaching combo stand line. Marked StagePRO, the line offers the most prominent SKU's in mic, guitar, speaker and console stands. There are plans to deliberately extend the offering after some time, including exclusive outlines that are as of now a work in progress. The greater part of the line is sorted out on a decent, better, best or better and best situating.
Heritage items incorporate great, better and best breeze instrument stands, collapsing, versatile and symphonic music stands. Heritage combo stands and embellishments incorporate guitar holders, capos, amp stands and catch and cymbal stands.
Hamilton is exceptionally situated to offer groups of its own items and additionally having the expansiveness of item to package with other's items.
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