The Meaford Hall Guitar Stool epitomizes beauty, comfort, and function.
Based on the standard Meaford Stool design, this 28″ tall stool allows you to store your acoustic or electric guitar in the back when not in use. With a welded steel lower bracket covered with hand stitched leather cushioning, leather upper bumper pads, and a leather safety strap secured with a rare earth magnet, you can walk away between sets content that your guitar is secure.
Unlike many other “guitar stools”, the Meaford Hall guitar stool is patterned on the Windsor chair “tractor” seat and is thus meant to be sat upon, not leaned against. This means that you while strumming or picking the strings you will have both feet on the foot rest, or perhaps one foot hooked on the inclined centre stretcher, depending on what is most comfortable for you. As such, this stool can be taller than the standard 25″, allowing for a greater range of guitars to be stowed in the back.
The Meaford Hall guitar stool seat can be made from any wood, be live edge, or have epoxy infill. Legs are usually either ebonized oak or clear ash.
There is a great music tradition across the Municipality of Meaford, with the elegant Summer Concert Series in picturesque Leith, the Meaford Market Square Summer Concert Series, and a plethora of smaller events and venues, but the beautiful Meaford Hall and Cultural Centre is probably the best known as it hosts live events 12 months a year. Hence, the Meaford Hall Guitar Stool