I use a couple of pieces of 1mm neoprene that I found at a German music festival, recommended by a German guitarist I'd met. Exactly what Stephen says above, they make the guitar feel so much more secure. Next time I'd just try a local dive shop or kayak shop, but at least these were very cheap even in Germany.Yes, a big bit on each leg. Feels very insecure now if I play for a while without. But then also it helps me use a rest that I can move out half-way towards the knee; without some mat that would tend to slip even further, depending on trouser material.
Hmmm....a JW ? No worries if it is. It's a great guitar.
any advice on that would be welcome
My understanding is that it takes some months for a French polish to cure and harden. SBM recommends against suction cups on guitar supports if a guitar has a fresh French polish. (My support uses suction cups with absolutely no issues for my well cured guitars.)Dr ToneControl wrote: ↑Sat Apr 14, 2018 11:44 pmany advice on that would be welcome
I just bought a guitar with a French polish finish, and am about to get it renovated