Great... in fact I'm jealous. I would love to see Paul's *** The forum is entirely free and free of advertising, commercial online sites are boycotted *** shop... he was very nice to deal with and seems to have a great selection of nice guitars. Who knows you might end up coming back with onetgwilt wrote:Thanks for the info! I am planning a trip to Montreal early September and will stop by the shop. Hope my wife (best friend, financial and spiritual advisor) won't flip out!
Thanks Ted, Yes I like the Tenuto a lot, Now that I've had it for about 2 weeks, and am using a chair that's the perfect height for me, the guitar is quite stable and I can have both feet firmly planted on the ground.Pan The Man wrote:Great review, Ivan! Should I decide to buy a guitar support, I'm definitely going to consider this.
Ditto. We've heard enough about how fragile French Polish is. I don't want to attach suction cups on my guitars. Besides, if you haveJQ. wrote:Same here.dkpwv wrote:Not a big fan of suction cups on my guitar finish. I went with the Dynarette.
Great, isn't it?oski79 wrote:I just got the Tenuto. I used it last night for about 90 minutes, and it worked out great. It didn't slip, the suction held the whole time--unlike my Gitano-- and most important, it put the guitar in a comfortable position and I suffered no back or hip fatigue.
They an alternative to using the traditional foot stool.rufuswashere wrote:What is the purpose of these supports? Do lots of guitar players use them? I've never seen one before.
Andre, you scared me for a second.... I don't know what site you were looking for but the only place to buy it is from SalonDeGuitare in canadadadsb wrote:Hello
I would lile to order one of the tenuto .. but the website is not working any more .. any idea?
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