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My Name Is Victor and I play both classical and electrical guitar
Saturday, January 10, 2009
If you want to stand when you play your guitar, follow these few steps:
If you want to stand when you play your guitar, follow these few steps: 1. Attach a guitar strap to your guitar’s two strap pins. The strap pins are on the bottom edge of the guitar and on the bass-side edge (this placement differs depending on your particular model).
2. Put your head, right arm, and shoulder through the strap, letting the weight of the guitar fall on your left shoulder. Then straighten up to a normal, erect, standing position.
3. Adjust the strap to get the guitar at a comfortable playing height. Take the guitar off before adjusting the strap because trying to adjust it while holding the guitar is sometimes awkward. The higher the guitar sits, the easier it is to play. But there’s a catch: If the guitar is too high, you can look uncool — more a like a do-goodin’ folksinger from the ’60s than the gritty, hard-scrabblin’ blueser that you are.
No amount of looking cool can make up for a position that’s not comfortable, and each player knows what comfortable is by the way the left hand feels when trying to finger notes and chords. If you have to curl your hand around too much to play, you may feel strain — typically on the back of the hand. Prolonged strain like this, may make your hand hate you later! So hike up that axe and be friends with your guitar!
You may find that the guitar rides a little lower when you’re standing than when you’re sitting. This is natural. You can test whether your guitar sits lower when standing by wearing your adjusted strap when you sit. Chances are, the strap slacks a bit. If this happens, it’s just an indication that what feels natural standing is a little lower than what feels best for sitting.