Medium long
Medium long
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Medium long
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Medium long

Product No.:
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Weight:
0.45 kg per piece
86,00 EUR

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Customer reviews

  • Patrik Areschoug, 11/17/2021
    I am not in the habit of writing reviews, but a groundbreaking yet straightforward product like the Guitarlift most certainly deserves a review. On the other hand you could spare yourself the trouble of reading this and just buy the Guitarlift because both the product and the shopping experience are stellar! When I began playing the classical guitar I started off using a footstool and then I switched to a wooden equivalent of the Ergoplay support. Unfortunately it moved around on my thigh and I couldn’t adjust it to the desired height. After spending too much time looking at guitar support reviews on YouTube, I took a few photos of my sitting posture and I sent them to info@guitarlift.de and I received a swift and informative reply regarding which Guitarlift model to choose; the Medium Long. I was also advised to consider buying the more sturdy HighEnd version instead of the Professional version because of my elevated guitar placement. Since I am “price sensitive” I went with the Professional version of the Guitarlift and I ordered it on a Thursday. Payment procedures were smooth and I specified my Swedish DHL agent of choice and for the first time ever the DHL delivery actually arrived at the proper destination, saving me quite a bit of time and hassle. The Guitarlift reached its final destination on the following Tuesday. Good work! After unpacking the Guitarlift and reading the instructions, I mounted the Guitarlift on the guitar while keeping my old support mounted as a point of reference. I started playing and I observed that I played better and sounded better than when using my old guitar support. Placebo? Not really. A fraction of a millimeter makes a difference when playing, so it is of utmost importance that the guitar is firmly in place. When the instrument is not moving, the body relaxes and tensions are released which has an impact on over all execution, including tone shaping. Now to what is unique for the Guitarlift and of significant importance. Since there is barely no limitation on how to adjust the playing posture with the Guitarlift, I decided to start from scratch. I sat down in front of a mirror with my back and shoulders straight, legs not too far apart and then I held the guitar at the desired height and angles with the Guitarlift resting on my knee. Then I just pressed the guitar towards the Guitarlift and voilà! Not only were my hands and arms relaxed, but so were my shoulders, neck and spine. Amazing! The guitar was also slightly tilted backwards for good sound projection. Then I moved the suction cups for optimal stability. I suspect the HighEnd version provides even more stability, so in retrospect I regret not following the advice I received from Felix Justen. I can’t give the Guitarlift enough praise; my playing accuracy, tone shaping and stamina have improved thanks to the Guitarlift and in the long run my body will stand the test of time playing the classical guitar. Thank you, I am so grateful! the other hand you could spare yourself the trouble of reading this and just buy the Guitarlift because both the product and the shopping experience are stellar! When I began playing the classical guitar I started off using a footstool and then I switched to a wooden equivalent of the Ergoplay support. Unfortunately it moved around on my thigh and I couldn’t adjust it to the desired height. After spending too much time looking at guitar support reviews on YouTube, I took a few photos of my sitting posture and I sent them to info@guitarlift.de and I received a swift and informative reply regarding which Guitarlift model to choose; the Medium Long. I was also advised to consider buying the more sturdy HighEnd version instead of the Professional version because of my elevated guitar placement. Since I am “price sensitive” I went with the Professional version of the Guitarlift and I ordered it on a Thursday. Payment procedures were smooth and I specified my Swedish DHL agent of choice and for the first time ever the DHL delivery actually arrived at the proper destination, saving me quite a bit of time and hassle. The Guitarlift reached its final destination on the following Tuesday. Good work! After unpacking the Guitarlift and reading the instructions, I mounted the Guitarlift on the guitar while keeping my old support mounted as a point of reference. I started playing and I observed that I played better and sounded better than when using my old guitar support. Placebo? Not really. A fraction of a millimeter makes a difference when playing, so it is of utmost importance that the guitar is firmly in place. When the instrument is not moving, the body relaxes and tensions are released which has an impact on over all execution, including tone shaping. Now to what is unique for the Guitarlift and of significant importance. Since there is barely no limitation on how to adjust the playing posture with the Guitarlift, I decided to start from scratch. I sat down in front of a mirror with my back and shoulders straight, legs not too far apart and then I held the guitar at the desired height and angles with the Guitarlift resting on my knee. Then I just pressed the guitar towards the Guitarlift and voilà! Not only were my hands and arms relaxed, but so were my shoulders, neck and spine. Amazing! The guitar was also slightly tilted backwards for good sound projection. Then I moved the suction cups for optimal stability. I suspect the HighEnd version provides even more stability, so in retrospect I regret not following the advice I received from Felix Justen. I can’t give the Guitarlift enough praise; my playing accuracy, tone shaping and stamina have improved thanks to the Guitarlift and in the long run my body will stand the test of time playing the classical guitar. Thank you, I am so grateful!
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