Thanks to Mike Gross at www.rockinguitarlessons.com and www.youtube.com/rockinguitarlessons1, he had a query about the design of Guit-a-Grip.
As Mike Gross illustrated HERE, Guit-a-Grip can be placed in any orientation, whatever works best for you. Some examples below illustrate this.
Guit-a-Grip's design was to help reduce slipping and to get the most contact possible. Other design were tested but would bunch up and not make solid contact, thus reducing the effectiveness.
The most notable contact with a guitar is the bottom and side.
The "T" shaped design allows for Guit-a-Grip to be wrapped around corners. The "T" shaped design has three sections: "Head", "Tab" and "Arm".
For Electric guitars: The "tab" section, should be placed on the bottom, then wrapping Guit-a-Grip around and up the back, where the "head" should stick.
For Acoustic guitars: The "head" section, should be placed on the bottom, then wrap the "tab" section around and up the the back.
The "arm" can be used to fit in tight angles for odd shapes. You can also place two Guit-a-Grip's, "head" to "tab". The "arm"s will fit together, creating a large contact space, for people who play classical style.
Guit-a-Grip was born from a guitarist's and drummer's vision. We collaborated and together built the custom design of Guit-a-Grip and believe this will help everyone play longer and better music.