can anyone recommend a good quality brand foot rest for playing while sitting down?
Seriously? Find an old box or suitcase or something. Or make a wooden one out of some scrap material.
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Hell- sometimes I just turn one foot on its side and rest my other one on it.

However, I did buy a Tour Tough folding stool with a padded seat at GC that has a footrest on it.

I don't know that GC has them anymore, but here is one:
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Last edited by dannyalcatraz at Nov 23, 2014,
^ They are right. It's a ripoff. Don't buy foot rest, you can use anything to rest your foot on.

Also, I don't know what should be the difference between low quality and high quality foot rest or what could justify giving extra money for a more expensive one.
Just thought that one that would fold down flat and store under my chair would be convenient. Will try the other suggestions. Thanks to all.
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Hell- sometimes I just turn one foot on its side and rest my other one on it.

I thought I was weird for doing this....
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I prefer the O'Flaherty Foot Stool.... I had one of those collapsing ones in the past and I hated them... this one is solid and will last me a life time... looks bad ass on stage too... If you want quality, this is your guy for sure... I bought mine from the person directly, but you can get it on ebay or etsy... here is the etsy link below... good luck!

I got a Kinsman Dual stool on my last B'day. Stool, rest, guitar stand all in one. Its funky.
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