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Guitar A-Framereviewed by Tracy Wilding
The Guitar A-Frame features three hinged metal arms, two of which are connected by an adjustable strap. The strap fits over your leg, and the arms connect to the guitar at two points by means of suction cups. The amount of adjustment is fully variable simply by changing the length of the strap or moving the suction cups to a different point on the guitar. The A-Frame is highly recommended by Aaron Shearer.
From the A-Frame makers:
Note: The finish on a small number of guitars may react with the suction cups on the a-Frame, and leave a mark on the finish that will not wipe off. The vast majority of finishes have no adverse reaction to the suction cups. During the first few weeks of use, you inspect the finish regularly and contact Sageworks (the manufacturer) if you notice a problem. A refund would be available through the supplier for anyone who has this problem. A year warranty is provided.
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