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post #1516 of 3351

Very nice Headzone & tdunks!!

 

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post #1517 of 3351
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Here is one me and a buddy made for my 3 sets:
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Here is one me and a buddy made for my 3 sets:

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Nice collection!

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Here is one me and a buddy made for my 3 sets:

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ahhhh nice stand (and headphones!) the k550 is my next target hahaha. love the cable wrapping posts.

post #1520 of 3351

My setup in December 2012.

 

Before, I had the hooks screwed to the bookcase itself, but it was getting too crowded and unpractical. So one day I stormed the shed and picked up whatever was laying around. I simply screwed it to the bookcase trough holes that were already in it. Nothing to cut, nothing to drill. Quick and dirty. It's a lot more practical now.

 

The hooks are left-over hardware for wardrobe poles. Cheap poles come with a metal hook meant to be screwed to the shelf over the pole, in the middle, so it doesn't bend.

 

 

We never use those because shelves are not strong enough to make a difference, they usually bend under their own load. I cut the hook off and covered this edge with a bent piece of rubber held with duct tape.

 

Quick and dirty, and it didn't cost me a dime. Starving students have to make do with what they've got. biggrin.gif

post #1521 of 3351

I wanted to use as little real estate as possible so I got these from Ikea:

 

http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60152590/

 

I'm pretty happy with the result smily_headphones1.gif

 

 

 

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post #1522 of 3351
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I wanted to use as little real estate as possible so I got these from Ikea:

 

http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/60152590/

 

I'm pretty happy with the result smily_headphones1.gif

 

 

 

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Solid choice. My friend did that as well and that was my original intention... until it came to me that I'd have to spend quite a few meal worth of money to get enough of those to hang my collection.

post #1523 of 3351

Who here has done some wall mounts using Guitar Racks?

 

I have four, but think they're pretty ugly when just screwed onto drywall. Perhaps better if screwed to a wooden backplate, then to the wall would look more appealing?

 

Tim

post #1524 of 3351
A nice edge on a piece of oak with the router. Would make a good backing for the guitar holder IMHO.

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post #1526 of 3351

Made this out of solid walnut with a beeswax finish.

 

 

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Hi, this is my new headphone stand a colleague made for me, very happy with the result! Perfectly fits the T1.

 

 

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post #1528 of 3351

Thanks to the thread, I quickly made myself a few options. Had to share.

Couple cost nothing and the third close to nothing, pretty pleased with them.

And I cant attach the pics :(  any suggestions on how to.

thanks

post #1529 of 3351
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Thanks to the thread, I quickly made myself a few options. Had to share.

Couple cost nothing and the third close to nothing, pretty pleased with them.

And I cant attach the pics :(  any suggestions on how to.

thanks


You don't have enough posts yet to allow you picture uploads.

post #1530 of 3351

Gotye, Looks like I have enough posts now to attach pics.

A poor man's attempt, bought a hose holder and wrapped it in soft foam.

like I said earlier its a fatal urge to share my attempts.

 

 

 

 

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