Which size to choose?: Please see our Sizing Options page.
Weight (including magnets): 10.5 oz
Orientation: Great for right-handed or left-handed players. (Our supports are symmetrical.)
Fit: Sagework supports work with most standard-sized guitars, but do not work with most thin-body guitars. For a guide to see if our supports will work in your guitar, CLICK HERE.
The Sagework Atlas Guitar Support features the rich look of Chechen wood on the Adjustable Arm and Magnet Holders. It is an elegant extension of your instrument. Sagework guitar supports are symmetrical and work for both right or left-handed players.
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.)
Orders outside of the United States: Your country will likely charge you an import duty plus your standard local taxes. If you are not located in the United States, we recommend purchasing from a dealer in your country. CLICK HERE for a list of non-U.S. dealers.
WARNING: Do not use magnetic guitar supports if you have a pacemaker or similar device.
How easy is it to install? - Watch the following video:
Review by Allen Matthews:
Designed and built in USA from domestic and foreign components.
U.S. Patents 8901403 & 8455744.
(Formerly known as the "Barnett Original")
Overall the product is well made. I have been using it for a couple of weeks. A couple of things that I experienced
I followed your instructions but the installation was very difficult and took 45 minutes. I almost gave up. I was not able to get my arm far enough inside the guitar to securely attach the magnet in the lower bout using the 3M strips. I used all but one strip.
After playing for a couple of days I don't think I have it properly positioned. The guitar doesn't feel secure. It is not balanced and tends to fall away from my body or the head dips down when I don't have my arm holding it. It does not fell secure yet. I have been hesitant to reposition the magnets because I only have one strip left but more importantly I may need to take it to a luthier or find someone with smaller hands/forearms who can reach inside.
I wish the padded thigh rest were wider (maybe an 1") and a bit longer. It might be a bit more secure.
I want to continue using it but any advice on installation and how I can make my guitar more secure?
Hi, I have only used it a few times and I am unable to evaluate it because I purchase the large one, I should have purchased a smaller one. Is it possible for me to return the large one in exchange for the smaller one. The concept seems very sound.
Thank you for your consideration,
I recently decided to hang up my rock cleats and get back to classical guitar. I sold some electrics and purchased a fine concert classical. I had an "A-Frame" years ago and it never stayed attached. Upon purchasing my new guitar (made by the same luthier that made my old classical) I learned that the suction cups don't play nicely with French polish guitars and decided to try this device. I read the dissatisfied reviews first. One of the reviews pointed to the magnets releasing. In the 2 weeks I've had my Atlas, I've experienced this same situation, where the device just releases. Good thing I was able to notice that this only happens if I sit improperly and put the magnetic connections in a position for which they weren't intended. I HIGHLY recommend this product.
works well. nice packing.
the thigh piece wll need a better material at the contact end. unit still slides down over my pant leg after some playing time - a better anti slip piece I guess.
maybe you should contact the people involved in anti slip strips in bathrooms or the motor accessories people who deal with anti slip material that can hold well to moboile phones.
if you can find a replacement send me one.
Thank you very much for your review and feedback. I'm going to look into a different material for the leg rest pad. If we end up making an improvement there, I'll send you one for sure.
When you're seated, is your leg parallel to the floor?
Was looking for just the right support. I found it. Thank you.