Vacuum is the best way to get a superior joint between your bridge and the top of your guitar. The rubber membrane puts even pressure EVERYWHERE on the bridge. Moisture is removed by the escaping air, which really speeds up dry time. The anodized aluminum frame has a clamping area of 8.25" x 3.5" and has a thick foam gasket to protect your guitar. Detailed instructions
Important Note: Care should be taken whenever using any rubber or synthetic product on a finished guitar. Rubber and vinyl react badly with finishes. We have found that neoprene is relatively safe when used on a lacquer finish, but care should still be taken. Make sure you finish is fully or almost fully cured, and never leave the neoprene in contact with the finished product any longer than is necessary.
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