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    PRS Addiction CoreyT's Avatar
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    Guitar Work Stand

    I have been looking around for a portable device to hold my guitasr while I change strings.
    Much better than trying to balance it on your knees for putting it on a bed or a table.

    Has anyone seen this one before?
    It looks like it might do the trick.
    http://www.ibluegrass.com/pick-n-glider/WorkStand.html


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    Is there anything holding the guitar to prevent it from slipping sideways? It looks like a potential heart attack if you accidentally bump it in the wrong direction.
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    That's one hell of a contraption! I use this:

    http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Tools/Sp...ench_Rest.html

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    The stewmac neckrest is great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSchefman View Post
    That's one hell of a contraption! I use this:

    http://www.stewmac.com/shop/Tools/Sp...ench_Rest.html
    I use the bench rest as well.

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    Goatee Practitioner Danerada's Avatar
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    I amy need to pick up one of the stewmac rests....The stand is interesting, but seems a little unstable....
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    Dunlop also makes a great padded neck rest. Curved on on side, flat on the other. Designed by Ron Thorn, to boot!

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    Just got back from the store where I found a 4'x20" folding table with a soft top.
    All they has was the light color, would have preferred a black one like this site shows.
    http://www.ibuyoutdoorfurniture.com/...N70-Handy.html

    I used the Fender mat that comes with its neck rest, then I tried the Stew Mac wooden rest.
    The wooden one could be used with the Fender mat by taking off its plastic one, but to be honest I think just the Fender setup with its neck rest is easier.

    Also tried the Stew Mac wooden one with no mat on the table, but I am not sure if the table top material is safe for the Gibsons Nitro finish or not.
    Either way works though, and the table is a good height to use my Gibson stool to sit at when it comes time to change the strings.
    Table folds flat and stores in the closet when done with it.










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    Quote Originally Posted by Danerada View Post
    ...is interesting, but seems a little unstable....
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