Body and instrument
Aim of every guitarist is the very personal experience of “fusion” with the instrument. The instrument should become part or extension of the own body. The haptic and sensory communication with the instrument covers the entire spectrum from absolute power to subtle sensitivity. Therefore, the individual points of contact between the guitar and the guitarist’s body are equally essential for an optimal playing position as physical or mechanical considerations or questions of playing techniques. These physical points of contact and the individual grasp of the instrument are of such importance to most guitarists that they often stick to playing positions, although they have already identified them as disadvantageous or even pain causing. They stick to the habits, because they fear to jeopardise the feeling and approach they have developed over years.
Due to its unique combination of flexibility and stability, the RVraiser guitar support or guitar rest offers a physiologically optimized, relaxed playing position combined with unlimited physical contact and grasp. This enables all players to maintain the feeling of fusion with the instrument that a may have been developed over years.