Dunlop formula 65 Neck Cradle Maintenance StationSku #421676000000000 Dunlop 421676 LUCA Guitar Tools & Toolkits https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A guitar setup and repair aid.
Developed by renowned guitar builder and master inlay artist Ron Thorn, the Dunlop Neck Cradle is a revolutionary guitar setup and repair aid. The self-aligning cradle rotates on an axis to provide full support to the back or front of the neck for increased stability during repairs or maintenance work. In the UP position, the neck support's angle can accommodate a wide range of body thicknesses while holding the guitar securely in place. Flip the neck cradle into the DOWN position to work on electronics or the back of the instrument--the neoprene pad keeps the guitar from moving and protects the frets from damage. Guitarists, guitar techs, and guitar builders will find this a versatile and indispensable tool that will never leave their workbench.
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Comments about Dunlop formula 65 Neck Cradle Maintenance Station:
O.K. first off, this is not some high tech piece of incredible engineering. After always wrestling while changing my strings, with the guitar slipping and sliding over the table while at the same time trying to maintain position and tension of the new string, I splurged and bought the Dunlop maintenance station. I just now changed my strings which prompted me to sit down and write this review. All I can say is I wish I had bought this sooner. It has non-slip pads on the base and in the cradle, which held the guitar neck very securly without any movement what so ever and at the same time, protecting my equipment. You can rotate the cradle to it's flat surface so you can lay the fretboard down flat to work on the back if necessary. Changing strings was a pleasure. Simple device- yes. Does it work- yes.