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Millenium Foot Rest

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Foot Rest for Guitar

  • Height adjustable with 4 slots
  • Non-slip rubber pad
  • Height adjustable from 12.5 to 25 cm
  • Length: approx. 25 cm
  • Width: approx. 10 cm
  • Weight: 0.60 kg
  • Colour: Black
available since December 1999
Item number 130439
4,99 €
Including VAT; Excluding 19,90 € shipping
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Another inexpensive but must-have tool for musicians
Domenicaccio 29.11.2021
While it might seem superfluous, a foot rest can make a huge difference to your posture and relaxation while playing or practicing in a sitting position, especially over a long time. As such, I consider is a must-have little tool for every practicing guitarist/bassist.

You can of course improvise a foot rest using a solid cardboard box or similar object at no cost (and I admin that's what I've been doing for years), but the price for the Millenium foot rest was so ridiculously low that I went for it, and did not regret my purchase.

The foot rest is stable and sturdy, has more height options that you'll ever need, it folds up nicely to take very little storage space, and doesn't slip easily.

Fully recommended: 5/5.
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Worth more than the money
Arman Manukyan 01.09.2017
I was surprised at how sturdy this little foot rest is. I've now been using it nightly for a little over two weeks, and it doesn't flex, warp, or rock back and forth underfoot while I'm playing. It's small, about the length and less than the width of my size 11 shoe, which I thought would be an issue, but it's not at all. In fact now I prefer it that way and would probably not want it to be any larger, since it does the job.
It's also adjustable, though as you raise and lower it the pitch of the rest changes slightly. The top rubber pad is very grippy, which is also a plus.
The only thing I want to add for anyone reading reviews and deciding whether to buy one of these or not is to absolutely buy one. You cannot thoroughly enjoy your classical guitar without the extra comfort one of these foot stools designed for your comfort (best resting foot angle, height, non-slip, etc.) gives you. A slightly uncomfortable foot translates all the way up your body to diminished enjoyment. This is nothing you comprehend if you think you've been doing fine without one of these.
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Good and simple but...
Jfox87 09.11.2020
Have had this in my home studio for the past few months.

Yes it does make playing much more comfortable and very simple to use (It's a foot rest) and I am glad I bought to help with home recording, how ever the legs underneath have buckled, the one side has bowed and I cannot fold it flat anymore. I'm not a heavy guy (12 stone) and I've certainly not put my full weight on it, so unless my left leg is actually where all my weight has accumulated without me knowing, the foot rest legs are not the strongest.

It still works because again it's a foot rest, but I have noticed it's a bit wobbly now if I want to use the higher settings on there. Not a bad product just could have used a stronger metal on the legs as that's where the weight is held when in use.
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cheap and reliable foot rest
turin 15.09.2020
What could go wrong with such a foot rest? It is sturdy enough and it is compact when folded. Very easy to have it tucked away when not in use. On very hard and polished surfaces it slips a bit, but on carpet it is perfect. I even was wondering whether to get another one for the other room. :)
Pros:
Lighweight and compact, foldable. Not expensive. Does the job.
Cons:
I can't really think of cons, maybe it will not withstand a very rough and continuous usage, I'm also not sure if it fits professional stage use, but for home rehearsals it is perfect.
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