HERCULES provides support solutions that address the specific needs and problems faced by today's active musician. Listening to musicians like you, we conduct exhaustive research and development to eliminate the problems associated with ordinary stands. These ground-breaking solutions and patented designs set HERCULES apart.
HERCULES stands are Innovative, Stable and Solid. These three principals guide our design, development, manufacturing and worldwide distribution. Each and every one of our stands incorporates thought-out solutions that enhance functionality. If it doesn't need improving, we won't build it.
HERCULES stands are made in our ISO9001 certified facility located in Tianjin, China, so you can trust our facilities and conditions to be First-World. We employ the strictest manufacturing procedures and quality control standards because you trust us to backup your performance. Singing or playing, the last thing you should worry about is your gear.
Recording in studio, performing on the road, or relaxing at home - HERCULES are stands you can trust .
- All-in-one-design is easy to pack and carry
- Quick locking pins on the base function easily and lock securely
- Specially Formulated Foam on the arms and backrest
- Weight: 0.9kg (1.9lbs)
- Base radius: 260mm (10.2")
- Yoke Length: 140mm (5.5")
- Folded size: 285x100mm (11.2x3.9")
Is SFF (Special Formulated Foam) safe for a Nitrocellulose Lacquer Finish?
HERCULES takes great pride in providing you with the highest quality and most trusted stands in the world. HERCULES had conducted numerous trials on our SFF foam and is pleased to conclude that the foam does NOT react with the large majority of popular instrument finishes on the market, including Nitrocellulose. These trials included subjecting an assortment of high end and budget friendly instruments on our variety of stands to punishing heat, bitter cold and common room temperatures for periods of up to six months without disruption.
However, each instrument manufacturer has their own formulation of Nitrocellulose, with varying proportions of the chemical agents involved. There are thousands of variations of lacquer in use in today’s instrument manufacturing processes, making it impossible to test them all. Therefore, to maintain the level of respect and support your valuable instrument deserves, we recommend you refer to your instrument's owner’s manual for more information regarding the proper storage of your instrument.