Brent Hutto wrote:Anything that is removable from your guitar will be "removed" by the suction cup. Conversely, anything that will hold onto your guitar while the suction cup is suctioning on it is more potentially damaging than the suction cup itself. I have a matte finish steel-string guitar that is too porous for the suction to hold. When I put a piece of clear tap-plate plastic under it, the adhesive on the tap-plate let go where the suction cup was pulling.
In other words, I don't think Kling-On will be any good in that application. If you don't trust your finish under suction then you pretty much can't use a suction cup.
Uhm, that's interesting. Well I've used suction cups form on the Gitano and although they come off once in a while there are no marks at all on the finish.
The Tenuto support that I have now has 4 suction cups they seem of much better quality than the Gitano, and have not come off at all
I was thinking of the klingon more as protection than making the suction cups stick. The Klingon is not adhesive, more like static cling, but I wonder fit that would actually work since it's not adhesive. Funny part is stringsbymail shows Klingon specifically made for attaching suction cups on the guitar....
Thanks for your comment. I suppose if the suction cups have not damaged the finish, then I might be better off keeping it like that.