NOTE: The holes where the arm attaches to the magnet are not threaded. When screw will self-tap the hole and create the threads when inserted for the first time.
This includes the two main parts of the adjustable arm, thumbscrew, plastic washer, and rubber washer for the Umbra Short support.
This arm is the only difference between the Umbra Short and the Umbra Standard or Umbra Tall. If you have a Standard or Tall, you can purchase this arm to convert it to a Short.
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I purchased the short arm assembly to replace the standard length arm as it was just a bit too tall for me. It was easy to replace the standard arm with this one. This arm is perfect and makes my playing more balanced, comfortable, and secure. This is a great support!
Works perfectly. Great product!
When the regular arm proved to be a bit too long for me, I ordered the short one. It came, I installed it easily, could adjust the guitar for a good "fit" - and I'm playing in a position that is comfortable, secure and consistent.
I originally bought the Sagework guitar support with a Standard Arm. For months I was convinced that for my classical guitar position the Standard arm even at its lowest was still a bit too high. I hesitated to return the support because I assumed I had waited too long to make an exchange for the Short model. At last, I found out that the Standard and Short arms are interchangeable, and that I would not have to buy another complete Sagework guitar support, this time the "Short" model. I then ordered the "Short" arm only. With the hex wrench supplied in the original box, I immediately replaced my Standard arm with the Short arm. I have been using the support ever since without the feeling it was too high. It took only a few minutes to replace the arms. And it cost me only $16 + tx/shipping to get the Short arm, not $76 + tx/shipping to buy a second support. The only regret I have is that I did not learn months earlier that the Standard and Short Arms are interchangeable before my initial purchase of the support. I believe I'm a male of average height. If you are over 6', the Standard might suit you. If you are, say, between 5'9"-5'11", you might want to try the Short when initially buying the support. If necessary, you can always buy the Standard Arm as a separate item should the Short feel...well, too short. :-) PS: I'm saving the Standard Arm in the Sagework box--should I suddenly hit a growth spurt...er, yeah, something like that or meet someone who has a Short and needs a Standard. Cheers.