I have a nicer Cambre rack than that picture with 4 shelves in black with curved fronts and rears on them. They have the grooves on the underside that gives better sound over plain wood. Mine also have the adjustable points from the Adona rack company plus the tubes are filled with silica sand for more stability and damping. I cut my rods to fit my equipment at the time. The spaces between are 8", 5", and 7". It is 27"H. It has a scratch on one of the shelves but you won't see it with components on the shelf. The drawback is I'm in the Chicago area. I would be wiling to sell it for $95 plus the cost of shipping. This rack does sound better than an all wood shelf. I have had two Star Sound Sistrum racks for the last 6 years so the Cambre has not been used. It is about 9 years old. It is in very good shape other than the one scratch. There is also visible graining of the wood.
Bob 815-230-2199 Call if you want more information. I doubt you would find a better sounding rack at this price.