It's not a question of having a guitar support vs no support, which puts your right hand/ fingers at a disadvantaged position resulting in poor tone. This cardboard support has three very small surface areas of contact to the guitar:simonm wrote: ↑Fri Jul 07, 2017 8:30 amI haven't tried it (yet).
I suspect that every guitar support makes your "guitar" sound better. Why? By using a support (correctly) you automatically get a better position for the guitar neck and your hand positions improve dramatically so your tone is instantly better. The guitar doesn't change but the improved playing position does wonders for your playing.
It's a dent in the cardboard made by the weight of the printer. You do not have to recreate that. It serves no useful purpose as far as a guitar support is concerned.
Here's a pic. You don't have to hold it. It stays put by itself while playing. You only hold it when you get up.
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