Ergoplay Guitar Support Review
The ErgoPlay models are known for their
- Great Positioning
- Sturdy and well built
- They use suction cups to hold onto the guitar
- Suction cups might slip or pop off
- Very Big and awkward to travel with.
(Description from Amazon) (Warning: This is the manufacturer’s description. We recommend that you use a protective slip to protect the finish of your guitar when using any support that uses suction cups)
This is the ErgoPlay Tappert (Adult) model, more study and adjustable than standard A-Frame supports. The ErgoPlay team invented this remarkable guitar rest to bring ergonomic assistance to your guitar playing. The Tappert guitar rest builds a bridge between you and your instrument.
BENEFITS: Both feet stay on the floor; Your back remains straight, for a proper center of the gravity; You sit naturally, no twisting or bending; Your arms are more relaxed; The support is adjustable to match the guitar neck angle to your natural position; Foam leg padding for increased comfort; Non-mar rubber suction cups securely grip your guitar; Easy to follow instructions included; The bottom of the guitar is not dampened by your body; The guitar faces to the listener, yielding a ideal sound pattern…
The ErgoPlay Tappert model is an adjustable, sturdy, solid metal support that ensures beginners use the correct position, while helping reduce stress and strain for any player. The supports do not work with Ovation guitars or very thin guitars. The guitar needs to be at least 3 1/2″ wide for the suction cups to attach. Stickers are included if there is any problem with the suction cups not sticking well. They do not hurt the guitar finish.
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