#1
i cant find a decent seat in my entire house where I can sit and play for more than 10 minutes without my shoulder/arm/back cramping up.

only play im comfortable is standing up so its impossible to practice for more than an hour at a time without getting tired

any tips for seats/seating position or whatever?
#2
it may possibly be your posture that's the issue, you could be slouching a bit when you're sitting. Armchairs and couches are never a great idea, you want a chair that's high enough for you to sit straight on, like a dining chair or something.

Either that or you just need to find your spot...
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it may possibly be your posture that's the issue, you could be slouching a bit when you're sitting. Armchairs and couches are never a great idea, you want a chair that's high enough for you to sit straight on, like a dining chair or something.

Either that or you just need to find your spot...


I tend to slouch a little to look over my fretboard. Should I sit completely straight instead?
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I tend to slouch a little to look over my fretboard. Should I sit completely straight instead?

Are you playing with the guitar resting horizontally on a leg or diagonally between your legs?
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Are you playing with the guitar resting horizontally on a leg or diagonally between your legs?


ive tried both but mainly horizontally (right knee)
#6
I find the most comfortable places in my house are on the floor standing up and my personal favorite... a yoga ball.