Sagework Umbra Magnetic Guitar Support - TALL

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

Size: TALL
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.

This is the more economical version of the Atlas Magnetic Guitar Support. Functionally, it is exactly the same, but the wooden parts of the standard model are replaced with Vydyne, a high quality reinforced nylon that is both strong and beautiful. 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. 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.

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 Umbra")


Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Don Chan
Good but can be improved

I own guitarlift ergoplay and a foot rest. In terms of portability this is the best there is. It is almost very secured compared to suction cups.

I personally dont mind the magnets but the installation can be really tricky, it is really difficult to get it to the position that you want. Then when i tried to remove it the 3m tape snapped and now it is permanently inside my guitar. I was using the standard size but because i couldnt adjust it inside i had to purchase a tall model as the standard model is too low.

It works great now but I will have to think how to remove them inside if one day i wish to remove them.

A more studier and longer 3m tape would be helpful and a contraception (like a stick) to help installation would be great cos i can only install it where my hand can fit but not where it is optimal.

Great Design

I haven't seen something better on the market yet. The design is clever and it works great. Easy to install, easy to take on and off, and it stays in place nicely when it's on unlike other guitar supports. Overall excellent.

Connor S
Really not sure how you would make a better version of this

The only problem is it is a little expensive for what it is, but when you have the best product in the business you can do that. Works very well eliminated my lower back problems, clearly was engineered by intelligent and thorough people.

Richard Brunson
A Great Way to Help Players With Back Problems

The only negative I have is that the shorter support doesn’t allow the instrument to be closer to the leg. Otherwise the support is easy to install and adjust. I have a bad back and had difficulty practicing for more than about 30 minutes without back pain. I’m finding that I can now practice for up to two hours without significant back pain. I would recommend this support to anyone wanting to have a better support than simply putting the instrument on their leg.

Very good but can be improved

Pros: easy to put on and off; nice portability. It can be easily folded and kept in the storage of a guitar case.

Cons: not as comfortable as Ergoplay on the leg; installation may not be that easy and might (very unlikely though) cause damage to the guitar. You might want to install it on a less expensive guitar first to get familiar with the installation.

I also own an Ergoplay guitar support. Compared to Ergoplay, Sagework's part (the arc shaped part) where touches the leg is narrower (also harder). Although it doesn't seem a big difference but somehow it's much less comfortable than Ergoplay. I guess the idea was to minimize its size thus maximizing its portability. But maybe it's possible to also provide an option of wider leg support for people who don't mind its wider size but prefer more comfortability.

I'm also hoping the angle between the arc (where touches thre leg) and the two arms can be adjusted freely and finely (not the angle of each individual arm. I know that angle can be adjusted freely and can be fixed by the allen wrench). Currently, there are only certain fixed angles but the best angle for me happens to be somewhere in the middle of two preset angles...

I like this guitar support and recommend it. My rating just shows for me how much it can be improved but it may be perfect for you.