This is a very simple amp stand.
You will need two pieces of wood 210x297mm (that’s the dimensions of A4 paper), three dowels (their length depends on how big your amp is), a hacksaw and a drill.
You will cut a triangle from its piece of wood and find some other use for it because we don’t need it.
Then you will need to drill three, I repeat, three holes. Not four holes, neither five; six is out of the question. Three will be the number of the holes that need to be drilled.
I would advise putting a baffle (solid boad) between the bottom of the amp and the floor as raising it off the ground you will immediately reduce the amount of bass level you revieve and sound will travel back underneath the unit.
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