Z-Skinny SWIVEL is a two-way rotatable knee support suitable for the users who actively handle classical guitar in various environments.
Product Model : ZS-W(SWIVEL TYPE SUPPORT)
Product Size : 85mm (Width) x 230mm (Height)
Height Rage(Upper part of guitar fixing base to knee rest) : 110 - 175mm
Swivel Angle: approx. 30 degree
Weight: 220g (7.76 oz)
Materials : Anodized aluminum, steel, rubber pad
Features : see our Feature information page.
Fit: Z-Skinny supports work with most standard-sized guitars.
Its mechanisms allow players to adjust the instrument's height, angle, horizontal position and angle toward/away from the body. It can be adjusted according to the player's playing styles to accommodate their leg and arm position.
Comfort: Relatively easy adjust-ability and comfort-focused design
ensures hours of comfortable playing. Z-Skinny features a soft, non-slip pad to ensure proper placement of the guitar while you play. The discrete arched pad on the knee is comfortable and secure.
① fixing it to the guitar at all times and no need to detach
② height adjustable from to 1 to 7 steps for ease of use
③ swivel support angle on the knee is about 30 degree.
④ stored in a hard case without detaching and attaching
⑤ adjustable inclination of guitar to fit everyone's body
⑥ use with lightweight materials and ergonomic design
How to adjust the height:
The height of the product can be adjusted by fixing pin into the 1st to 7th holes to find a suitable position according to the seat height ; 1st hole to minimum and 7th hole to maximum height.
Designed and built in Korea, all from domestic components.
Z-SKINNY is the world's first fixed guitar support, made-in-Korea, which holds patents all over the world for its innovative design and ergonomic mechanism differentiated from existing classical guitar supports.
Korea Patents 10-2234903 & 10-2020-0152121.
US Patents 17/316.662
Japan Patents 2021-081580
Europe Patents 21172835.7
China Patents 202110516419.1
How easy is it to install? - Click the following image linked to installation guide: