ErgoPlay Professional Guitar Support

$44.95

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Every guitar is given a thorough 18-point check including playing through every note, checking intonation, adjusting saddle & nut heights, checking neck relief, fret ends, tuners, 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, unlike any of the large stores, all of our guitars are kept in a climate controlled room at 50% humidity so you don't have to worry about sharp frets, dried out fretboards, or hidden cracks in your guitar.


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The ErgoPlay support is an incredibly stable, adjustable, and ergonomic guitar support. The Professional Model is their entry level support.

The ErgoPlay Professional helps put the guitar in its optimal playing position and can eliminate back problems caused by poor positioning.

Includes two ErgoPlay Suction Cup Helpers

NOTE: The ErgoPlay Professional is indeed a great support, but we recommend the ErgoPlay Tappert over the Professional, due to the Tappert's improved ability to conform to the shape of your guitar and therefore not detach itself from your guitar.

~ Made in Germany ~

Minimum guitar body width: 3.5 inches (89mm)





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Finally, for me anyway, a solution to the dreaded footstool.

I've tried several guitar rest products. Some have been workable, but bulky and not all that comfortable. I even tried another model of the ErgoPlay guitar rest. For me, the leg rest wasn't wide enough, and the adjusting knobs clumsy.

The ErgoPlay Professional Guitar Support is thee one. Comfortable, adjustable, and very stable. It allows me to put the guitar in a position that, for me, was not available with the traditional footstool.

I was very glad that I sought the advice of a profound performing solo guitarist. This is the one he recommended, and he was spot on.