Sagework Atlas Magnetic Guitar Support


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(Formerly known as the "Barnett Original")

Size: Standard

Parts Included: Guitar Support, one Internal Magnet Set, Adhesive Strips & Markers, Allen Wrench, & Complete Installation Instructions. (For additional Internal Magnet Sets for additional guitars, please choose from the options below the Add to Cart button.)

The Sagework Atlas Guitar Support features the rich look of Rosewood on the Adjustable Arm and Magnet Holders. It is an elegant extension of your instrument.

Which size to choose?: If you are an adult and are playing with a standard classical guitar position, a standard size support should work well for you. If you would use a footstool in it's lowest position, then we would recommend the short support.  If you use a footstool in a very tall position, then the tall would most likely work for you.  Sagework guitar supports are symmetrical and work for both right or left-handed players.

How easy is it to install? - Watch the following video:

Review by Allen Matthews:

WARNING: Do not use magnetic guitar supports if you have a pacemaker or similar device.

NOTE: If you are not located in the United States, your country will likely charge you an import duty plus your standard local taxes. For European orders, please visit our dealer Haus der Musik Trekel and for British orders, London Guitar Studio or Stafford Guitar.

Designed and built in USA from domestic and foreign components.  U.S. Patents 8901403 & 8455744.

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews

I picked this because of the reviews and the aesthetics. I couldn’t be more pleased. This is simply the best system out there. I will never use a footrest again. All that and it’s a beauty to look at.

Cadillac of Guitar Supports

My wife loves her guitars, but has never been too fond of footrests. The Atlas guitar support holds her instrument in the perfect position.

We bought two magnet sets so each of her guitars is ready to play.

All in all, an excellent product.


Excellent product!

I bought the standard size version of the support. The installation was very simple and the magnetic attachment is very strong and secure. I use a velvet cover to protect the back and sides of my classical guitar when I practice. I love the fact that the support holds on to the magnets with the cover put on. Supports with suction cups can not do that!
I use the support in the lowest position and the angle of my guitar neck it’s still a little bit high for my comfort. I probably should have bought the small version of the guitar support...
In a nutshell, great quality, very well designed and very easy to install!

Almost Perfect

The support isn't too hard to install and it's comfortable. I had no problem with the magnet strength and my guitar walls are fairly thick on the sides. Only trouble is the screw housing keeps coming out from the support arm. It's a simple fix and I should be able to just wood glue it in place, but I shouldn't really have to solve that problem for an item that cost me nearly $300 CAD to get here. My advice is to get the black plastic one. If it's made out of the same material as the base it'll be very sturdy.

Hi, Dorian. I'm sorry for the trouble you're having with your support. You are the first person to ever report this problem. I'd be glad to send you a replacement wooden arm or the parts to convert your support into an Umbra (plastic) support. Would either of those work for you? If you choose to convert it to the plastic version, I'd refund you the price difference between the two supports. Best regards, Geoff Sagework Guitar Supports
Elegant, well made, installs easily but the magnets are not really strong enough

I installed the guitar support on my Ramirez classical instrument. It looked like a great idea and I was hoping it would allow my to keep both feet planted.
I found the support a little disappointing - the magnets are not strong enough to secure the support against the instrument. This is a pity - I really like the design.

Hello, Bruce. Thank you for your comments. If the magnets don't seem strong enough, then either they are installed incorrectly or the support is not installed at the proper location. Could you send us a photograph of your support as it is installed on your guitar? The support, when installed correctly, is VERY firmly held in place by the magnets.