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Every guitar is given a professional setup and a thorough 19-point inspection including playing through every note, adjusting saddle & nut heights, checking neck relief, fret ends, tuning mechanisms, finish, and more. You can rest assured that your guitar will be flawless or we'll replace it or refund it and cover all shipping charges. Also, all guitars at XGuitars are kept at the perfect humidity and temperature to prevent hidden cracks, sharp frets, warped necks, etc.
Woodside Guitar Support GS1-SCR
This is the entry level model (GS1-SCR), featuring an adjusting screw. For the ultra convenient flip lever / cam lock model (GS1-LEV), CLICK HERE.
Far more reliable than suction cups, used by other brands' guitar support, the Woodside Support's grippers firmly grasp the edge of the instrument. The Woodside Support's unique (patent applied for) pivoting system compensates for any guitar body depth variation, and grips at all four points equally.
The WS-GS1 utilizes a locking ball and socket mechanism to attach the support pillar to the clamping cradle. This gives the player the freedom to set up whatever angle they choose between the clamping cradle and the leg rest.
To stow the GS1, simply unscrew the adjuster wheel to remove the support pillar, fold it down, and you're ready to pack your GS1 into a guitar case and hit the road. The GS1 is made using only premium materials, and built to last a lifetime.
This support will work on guitars between 79mm and 113mm wide.
• Clamping Width Range: 79 – 113 mm
• Height Range (Upper part of leg rest to instrument resting position): 90 – 130 mm
• Angle Range – 13 Degrees (Ball & Socket) in all directions
• Weight: 200 g
• Materials: Anodized aluminum, brass, stainless steel
• Folded Size (for stowage; e.g. in guitar case): 115 x 100 x 57 (high)
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Like so many guitarists I tried just about everything out there - footstool, cushion, little triangle thingy, ergoplay . .. when the magnetic ones first appeared (they were called Barnett guitar support back then, after the luthier who invented and first sold them) I was immediately hooked and I've been using those for many years.
I decided to try out the woodside guitar support for a few reasons - the greater surface area of the leg rest appealed to me since the narrower contact point on the Barnett (or Sage or whatever they're called these days) was aggravating a tendon in my leg. Also the extra weight of all those magnets was not my favorite thing. For me this woodside support is a substantial improvement. There's plenty of flexibility both in positioning the clamp and once it's in place - it took a few sessions to get used to the more fluid connection (with this support, unlike any of the others I tried, the guitar can pivot and tilt slightly with your body, but still within your control). Definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a high quality support accessory. It's surprisingly inexpensive too, compared to your other options! Just as good or better than anything currently out there.
I have tried many supports but I would frequently spend more time fixing the supports that were generally unreliable. The Woodside support removed all uncertainties about its reliability right out of the box. I’ve ordered a second for both of my classical guitars and no longer worry about it coming loose - it’s rock solid.