Efficient Storage System for storing musical instruments

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Efficient Storage System for storing musical instruments

Postby GraysonPeddie » Sat May 14, 2016 7:45 pm

Are there any kind of storage systems for storing any kind of musical instruments such as flutes, guitars (classical/acoustic/electric),tambourines, and electronic drums such as Roland TD-11K? Maybe even brass instruments such as French horn?

If you have a lot of musical instruments, how do you store all your instruments when not in use?

Basically, I like to make new age music and make use of musical instruments that have nuances which it might not be possible to achieve with MIDI.

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Re: Efficient Storage System for storing musical instruments

Postby gimmeapill » Wed Jun 15, 2016 2:24 pm

I'd put the small stuff in a box and hang the bigger things with wall mounted stands like in music shops:
or some floor stuff like:

It really depends on your studio actually (assuming you have such a dedicated place).
Might be a no go if you have wall insulation, but I like the idea of a creative place surrounded by instruments, it cannot hurt for inspiration ;-)

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Re: Efficient Storage System for storing musical instruments

Postby CrocoDuck » Wed Jun 15, 2016 9:25 pm

I used wall hangers like this for my guitars. Now I am living 5000 km from home ( :cry: ) so I have stored them into their guitar cases, that I put in a closet...
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