I recently bought an Efel Rest
and I am very happy with it so far. Here are a couple of pics and a bit more info about it.
It is very solid on the Guitar using a single Suction Cup. It is very easy to install, only takes a few seconds. It is not difficult to find the right spot each time, (it is actually very, very simple). You don’t need to wet (or spit on) the Suction Cup, just push it on firmly. So far it hasn’t budged once. To remove it from the Guitar they have provided a couple of small tabs which you very lightly tug, breaking the seal. Once removed there is a small ring left on the guitar from the Suction Cup, which I wipe of with a soft, dry cloth. A gentle wipe is all that is required.
I like the playing position it provides very much. You can vary the position quite a lot without repositioning the Efel. I also use a small piece of rubberised cupboard liner on my right leg to stop the Guitar from slipping. Using this and the Efel, the Guitar is completely stable and will sit without needing support from either arm.
The only place I could find the Efel in Australia was at, “Gladesville Guitar Factory”, in Sydney. The unit cost $48.50AU (about $37US) and they posted it to me for an all up cost of $50AU. They have a website: http://www.guitarfactory.net/default.htm
. I've dealt with them a few times now, mainly because they stock a range of quality, Guitars and products for Classical Guitarists and I've always found them great to deal with.
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