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Gibraltar Introduces Ergonomic “Dome” Throne [ Winter NAMM 2007 ]

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23 January 2007 — Maintaining a balanced and comfortable position while playing can be a struggle for touring professionals and beginners alike. Sitting incorrectly for long periods of time can result in stiffness and fatigue.

Gibraltar has developed the 9608D Dome Throne after thoroughly researching the most comfortable and ergonomically correct sitting positions. Unlike conventional flat throne seats, Gibraltar’s Dome throne design incorporates ergonomic seating into your playing routine, resulting in improved posture, balance, circulation and core strength.

Much like sitting on an exercise ball, the Dome Throne engages your postural muscles. By creating an unstable surface to sit on, your body must find the most efficient way to balance itself. By establishing the correct sitting position naturally imposed by the Dome Throne, proper spinal alignment is created resulting in increased comfort.

Other Dome Throne features include a dome seat with a cloth top, vinyl sides and color stitched Gibraltar logo, a double braced tripod base with hinged height adjustment, and the Gibraltar super foot for a stable foundation.

  • 9608D Gibraltar Dome Throne
  • S9608D Gibraltar Dome Seat only
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