The Tenuto-lite is a variation on this theme. It uses suction cups, but folds up neatly and takes up very little room in the guitar case. I have also found that if I loosen the wing-nut on my ErgoPlay, and swivel the two halves together, they fit neatly in my case.Michael_1 wrote:i am abit late here on guitar supports. One problem with all the supports mentioned is they do not fit in the guitar case. I once saw a guitar support that was a simple wooden flap attached to the part of guitar that normally comes in contact with leg. The flap when opened will support the guitar on your knee, when closed, it is flush on the guitar so that it will fit in guitar case. No suction cups. It can be handmade for afew quid (as I do not think its commercially available).
Hi MarcMarc Pilon wrote:I've just ordered the Murata, and I'm on the waiting list for the Kris Barnett support at Strings by Mail.
I decided to take the plunge. Lately, I was playing less and less because my lower back would hurt after an hour or so. I have a Dynarette and not only does it make playing a stress-free experience, but I've found that it places the guitar at a much better angle relative to my left hand, thereby improving my playing.
I think a few hundred bucks (the Dynarette, Murata and Barnett) for the enjoyment of playing without tension is cheap.
I also reasoned that, should the rubber of the Murata alter the finish--something Pete has not experienced--again it's a small price for so much enjoyment. Should that happen, I'll just find someone to freshen up the French polish someday. Then maybe I won't.
I'll keep you posted on how things turn out, and which support I prefer
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