Updated March 26, 2019 by Sam Kraft

The 10 Best Cello Stands

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Best High-End
Best Mid-Range
Best Inexpensive

Since the initial publication of this wiki in March of 2017, there have been 12 edits to this page. Before you choose the cello stand that works best for you, think about how you intend to use it. For a young student or someone who plays multiple instruments, the ability to adjust it may be the highest priority. A professional may value stability and ease of access the most. Wherever you fit in, make sure to consult our list of the top available options before you decide on a model. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best cello stand on Amazon.

10. D’Luca Economy

9. Stagg SV-CE

8. Saguaro Adjustable

7. String Swing Studio

6. Hercules Auto-Grab

5. JSI Boston

4. K&M 17580C

3. Vio Music Burgundy

2. Ingles SA-22

1. Zither Floor

Editor's Notes

March 25, 2019:

Added both the Zither Floor and Vio Music Brugundy (which are both constructed with wood) as elegant yet practical alternatives to basic steel options. The Zither Floor is also one of the only models available in a wide array of color schemes, which only adds to its value and helped it achieve its high ranking. The String Swing Studio, another new addition, differentiates itself as a wall-mounted model, which makes it attractive to those who may live in an apartment or condo where space is at a premium. Removed the Gearlux Stand, which in reality was not suitable for cellos at all, only ukuleles, mandolins and violins. Also pulled the Peak Music SC-20 from the list due to reports that it poses a damage risk to cellos; the holders appear prone to rubbing against the instrument, which can leave marks, and the bottom support piece breaks rather easily.


Sam Kraft
Last updated on March 26, 2019 by Sam Kraft

In addition to his corporate career as a marketing and communications professional in Chicago, Sam runs a popular blog that focuses on the city’s flourishing craft beer and brewery scene. He received his degree in journalism from DePaul University (which spurred his interest in freelance writing) and has since spent years developing expertise in copywriting, digital marketing and public relations. A lifetime of fishing, hiking and camping trips has left him well-versed in just about any outdoors-related topic, and over several years spent working in the trades during his youth, he accumulated a wealth of knowledge about tools and machinery. He’s a travel junkie, a health and fitness enthusiast, and an avid biker.


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