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The present invention relates to a support device for measuring the tension of one or more stringed instruments and more particularly, to a tension monitoring support device that will maintain the string of a guitar substantially taut and the body of the guitar substantially vertical during the playing of the guitar.
A guitar is a stringed instrument including a neck that supports at least one string (e.g., a stringed instrument wherein the strings are all the same would include a neck having a single string extending therefrom).
When a string of a guitar is struck (i.e., “played”), the string vibrates and causes a force to be generated by the string that is transmitted to the neck of the guitar. This force is referred to as “tension” or “string tension”. The greater the string tension, the greater the vibration of the string that is generated. Accordingly, the greater the string tension, the harder the string will be to play.
In addition, when a string of a guitar is struck, the string moves from its original position to a new position and thereafter returns to its original position. This motion results in a vibrational force that is transmitted to the instrument. This force is referred to as “vibration”. The greater the vibration, the greater the sound that is generated.
In playing the guitar, the stringed instrument must be in a position that allows the strings to vibrate freely and the instrument must not be so tight that the string tension becomes too high to play.
It is also desirable to sustain a particular string tension throughout the playing of the guitar. Typically, the instrument strings are tightened with a set screw and a compression nut. However, these types of systems do not sufficiently tighten the string tension and can allow the string tension to fluctuate. Further, the string tension can vary due to the placement of the tensioning device. As a result of these and other problems, stringed instruments are prone to failure and must be frequently tightened.
The vast majority of the time, the proper string tension can be determined by the user merely by listening to the tones that are being generated. However, this can be difficult and/or impossible during certain musical settings. For example, the instrument may be being played in a space where the user cannot easily hear the tones. Further, the user may be playing the guitar in a church, a casino, or a bowling alley and the user may not wish to disturb the other patrons


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Christal Finney is the president, CEO, and founder of the charity A Room For A Child.

Finney attended college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and communications.

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