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*Stand Not Included.
The Mbrace is a versatile, adjustable guitar stand that works equally well with any electric, acoustic, or bass guitar, either right or left handed. Made in the U.S.A.
The Mbrace guitar holder enables the performer to utilize several instruments at one time- on stage or in a recording studio. Since every guitar that uses teh stand can be left in an upright playing position, the performer need only walk up to it and play.
MBrace Guitar Stand Support System
When used in a recording studio or rehearsal, the Mbrace guitar holder reduces the fatigue that accompanies long sessions. Since the weight of the instrument is no longer on the performer he or she does not tire quickly. The Mbrace guitar holder can be used in a standing or sitting position.
Mbrace Guitar Holder Comfort
Individuals who suffer from neck or back pain may experience some relief by using the Mbrace instead of a guitar strap.
Using the Mbrace guitar holder with the guitar or bass creates a space between the instrument and the performer. Vibrations are not hindered, enabling the instrument to sound brighter, louder and better.
The Mbrace is an important support product for guitar synthesizers. By using the Mbrace guitar holder, the performer is now free to utilise the guitar synthesizer with complete freedom because he or she is not strapped to it.
Mbrace Guitar Holder Versatility
The Mbrace guitar holder will attach to any conventional tripod microphone stand and works equally well with acoustic guitars or basses. It will also work for either right or left-handed performers. Safety Pads on teh Mbrace ensure that it will not harm the finish of the instrument.
Certain guitars have strap buttons on the back face of their bodies. For the safety of the instrument, Mbrace recommends the use of some sort of straplock system.
(Guitar and microphone stand sold separately)
I had built my own "Gracie" style stand out of a music stand, but I chose the Mbrace for the Baraka band's studio. I added extra padding, so my acoustic guitar had fabric backing. I appreciate that I can move from sitting to standing at the keyboards and adjust the height of the guitar easily. I bought my first keyboard (Farfisa) from Chuck Levin in 1967, for the Noblemen of Soul band. I used to love to visit the store. Thanks for letting me play around.