Welcome back! Today I wanna talk to you about the best guitar practice chair on the market and
how to see if it is the right one for you.
There are many different types of chair that you could use while practicing guitar. The different
types vary depending on the situation you wanna use them on. It is a common sense to use a
chair that has no arms, since they make it harder to position the guitar comfortably on your lap.
The chair you get also depends on the amount of hours you spend playing guitar everyday; for
instance if you just practicing 30 minutes a day, any chair on your house might work as long it
has no arms. Now, if you are spending 7 hours a day sitting down practicing as much as you
can, then you definitely wanna look into some ergonomic armless chairs, as they will be good
for your back and rest of your body.
This is especially true if you are a home musician who records a lot. If you are gonna be
switching between guitar and computer, I would suggest one of those ergonomic chairs which
arms can come down to a level in which it seems like the chair has no arms. So you definitely
will wanna get an arm height adjustable chair; it will be worth it since you will be able to practice
guitar without getting annoyed by the arms and at the same time you will be able to use your
computer with the comfort of the chair arms.
Now, if you are going to be shooting videos, this is a whole different thing. For videos I
recommend getting a stool. It is the best option because you usually wanna be sitting up a bit
higher from the ground and you don’t want the chair to appear on the video at all. Besides this
will force you to get a great posture as you shoot the video.
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