Ok for the adjustment, but I found it a bit unstable for my adjustment. It would be better if the cloth part over the leg was wider.
Very nice, but the biggest one was not big enough to me. I had to use it together with a footstool. The footstool was very low, but still had to use it. I see several players doing this, I don't understand why they haven't made a bigger one yet.
Great, good adjustment, but there is not so much guitar mobility.
Murata (suction cups type)
I could get a good final adjustment too. It is the one I am using now.
I think it is better than Ergoplay because of the mobility. I can twist and move the guitar a bit with this one, to vary RH angle and tone while playing. It is hard to do this with the Ergoplay.
The part with the suction cups has a small inclination and it is not perfectly perpendicular to the main pin that goes to the support over the leg. If this inclination was adjustable, it would be perfect.
Christopher Freitag wrote:
Rick Beauregard wrote:At the Parkening Master Class a week or so ago, he stated he would never walk out on stage with one of these supports, though they may be fine for practice. He called them "monstrosities." Of course he has retired from the concert stage, in part due to back troubles.
The irony of this is that such supports can alleviate strain on the back.
I love his quality of sound and dynamics in his recordings, but I've never seen him live. I saw in his latest videos at youtube he does not uses the 'a' finger anymore. At least in more recent videos his back seems with a bit better positioning. In his old videos he looked like "The Hunchback of Notre Dame". For sure it has some relation with his problems.