WARNING: Do not use magnetic guitar supports if you have a pacemaker or similar device.
Which size to choose?: Please see our Sizing Options page
Weight (including magnets): 10.8 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.
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.)
Sagework guitar supports are symmetrical and work for both right or left-handed players.
Orders outside of the United States: Your country will likely charge you an import duty plus your standard local taxes. These charges can sometimes be up to 50% of the value of your order. 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.
Designed and built in USA from domestic and foreign components.
U.S. Patents 8901403 & 8455744.
I just got two weeks ago my first of these, the one with wood, to support a new classical guitar handmade in Germany by Armin Hanike. The Sageworks is as beautiful as shown in the site’s photographs. Maybe most important for buyers is the function. It also is as I expected. I had a scare with installation, but it was my own fault, I assume. The magnets adhere, as you can tell, by special sticky tape, and my lower magnet had come halfway loose right away. I couldn’t hear it banging around, but the attraction was weak and made the unit unstable. I had already figured it out when they (quickly) replied to my service request. So service seems to be excellent and personal. I nicely forget about the support when playing. This replaces the foot stool and is a much more solid feeling in posture and so forth. Look at my photos for a tip on clipping a tuner to it. Yes, it picks up the vibrations well and is right there to see by a glance downward instead of way up at the headstock which is high when playing with correct classical posture.
As far as I know this is the only support that works if you cannot use suction cups or the Murata support. It is stable and robust, yet flexible to adjust for different playing positions. I was a little worried about the installation, but it turned out to be quite simple.
The overall magnet idea is the strength of the product. The quality of parts production is high. However the range of 'position variations' needs to be widened. I had to 'make my own solution' to get the guitar in to correct playing position for me. I am tall. This required buying extra parts and creatively ALTERING the stock parts.
This is an ingenious idea! Thank you for sharing.
One note: The support size needed depends more on your playing position than your height. I'm 6'3' and I use an unmodified standard support. It fits me perfectly.
I have a Cordoba C12 SP. The soundhole is very small, and I have large hands and thick forearms. I got the bottom magnet in the proper position but the top magnet is at a 45-degree angle so the support is unstable. When I have time, I will take my instrument to a luthier for proper installation. When the top magnet is properly installed, the support will be less sensitive to lateral forces.
I,m very satisfied with this product. A big problem of mine with the guitar support is solved, It works perfectly. My only concern is: is it helthy to have such strong magnets so close to your body?
Thank you very much for your review.
There is no health concern at all with having the magnets close to your body. Magnetic fields, by nature, aren't dangerous. On top of that, the magnetic fields of our magnets die out nearly completely after about two inches.
I hope this helps.