The Krauth and Benninghofen families founded Hamilton Stands in Hamilton, Ohio in 1883. For 130 years Hamilton Stands has been synonymous with quality and durability and is one of the oldest music products companies in the US.
Having been founded by two engineers, Hamilton was built on a culture of product design and innovation. In the early years many patents were awarded, including those for folding music stands, snare drum and sax stands, guitar capos and symphonic music stands. In later years innovation continued, with several products being introduced that have defined their segments, including trumpet, trombone and sax stands and the first modern body-supporting (cradle) guitar stand from 1978.
In 2012 Hamilton introduced its first comprehensive combo stand line. Branded StagePRO, the line offers the most popular SKU’s in mic, guitar, speaker and keyboard stands. There are plans to strategically expand the offering over time, including proprietary designs that are currently under development. Most of the line is organized on a good, better, best or better and best positioning.
Legacy products include good, better and best wind instrument stands, folding, portable and symphonic music stands. Legacy combo stands and accessories include guitar hangers, capos, amp stands and snare and cymbal stands.
In most cases, No. CMI is a wholesaler, we distribute our products to retailers around Australia. Please visit the home page or brand pages to find an authorised retailer near you. Bulk orders or commercial application products may be an exception, please contact us to discuss.
We do however have an online-only store front for the sale of B-stock, superceded product lines and ex-demo stock here
If you’d like to find the closest dealer to your location try our Find a Dealer search engine. There you can select your desired brand and you will be directed via Google Maps where to go.
For extended warranty registrations you will need to submit your application through the Warranty Registration page form.
If you have purchased a product that is presenting issues or is not working as expected, your first point of contact should be the store where you purchased the product, if they cannot help you the retailer will be in touch with us for further support or replacing of the product.