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Signature Guitar Footrest by John Stass (Arpeggio7) Signature Guitar Footrest by John Stass (Arpeggio7)
$ 275.00 In stock
Product description: My Signature Guitar Footrest incorporates progressive styling with the time tested dimensions and joinery of my Classic Model. Measures 5" high at heel; 7" high at toe; platform- approximately 7"X12". Crafted from solid cherry accented with solid black walnut. Hand-rubbed oil finish. Each piece made to order. FREE SHIPPING to destinations within the 48 contiguous United States. Other destinations shipped at cost. All pieces are "made to order" and usually shipped within 30 days.
 
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$275.00 USD

Signature Guitar Footrest by John Stass (Arpeggio7)

Furniture by Arpeggio7 by John Stass

  • Shipping: Shipping Included only within the Continental U.S. Outside U.S. Extra Charge
  • Product ID#: 213079
  • Dimensions: 7" width x7" height x12" depth
  • Weight: 4
  • Materials: Wood
  • Subject: Musical
  • Style: Contemporary, Decorative, Modern, Other Styles, Urban

Artwork Description: My Signature Guitar Footrest incorporates progressive styling with the time tested dimensions and joinery of my Classic Model. Measures 5" high at heel; 7" high at toe; platform- approximately 7"X12". Crafted from solid cherry accented with solid black walnut. Hand-rubbed oil finish. Each piece made to order. FREE SHIPPING to destinations within the 48 contiguous United States. Other destinations shipped at cost. All pieces are "made to order" and usually shipped within 30 days.

For nearly 20 years, I have designed fine music room and specialty furniture for residences, museums, colleges, corporate headquarters and houses of worship throughout the country. I have often worked with a celebrity clientele, including some of the entertainment world’s best known musicians and actors. I personally design and build every piece of furniture at my studio in Maine. My designs are said to be Zen-like… integrating well with a wide variety of interior decors and architectural motifs. The shapes and forms that I favor do not...read more