#1
Where/under what conditions do you usually play/practice your instrument?

I have a chair set up in my room, with a sheet music stand in front of it, and a footrest on the floor right in front of it. Pretty basic, I know; I rarely use my electric setup and when I do, I'm still seated
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#3
Classical Guitar = Upstairs
-Just use a drum seat with my classical footstool...


Everything electric / noisy = Basement
#5
I either sit on my bed or on a chair in my room, plugged in an amp or with my classical guitar with a stand in front of me. Rather like you.
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#7
In my room, at my desk chair, next to my desk, and with a bunch of magazine clip-outs and shit glued to my ceiling.
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#8
Standing with electric. Although I hardly play it now.

I sit down with the huge classical guitar I have.
#9
I was in a band where our singer's grandpa owned a clothing store in a plaza, so he let us play in the basement.

Huge warehouse sized basement where we could play as loud as we wanted after hours and we were surrounded by mannequins wearing women's plus-sized swimsuits.

Best time of my life.
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#10
I play my acoustic constantly.
While at the computer, sitting on my bed, on the couch, ect.
Electric is set up in the basement.
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#11
i have a music room which used to be my guest room. pretty standard, all my guitars, my keyboard, my amp and a stool. oh and my saxophones
#12
I set up my amp and my guitar in my old computer room, so ill have a computer right beside me, usually with Ultimate Guitar and YouTube going to play along with. Really fun, but really noisy. My parents pretty much hate me.

I used to have my guitar stuff in my music room, beside my piano and saxophone things, and i'd setup a laptop on the desk beside me. It was great, t'ill the laptop got a virus and completely shutdown, probably from too much pr0n.
#13
i have my guitar and pedal and amp in my room
i play along to songs through my ipod
(i plug it into my amp)
when im trying to learn a song i just sit on my chair and put the book or paper or the
floor
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#14
In my room with my electric guitar.

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I used to have my guitar stuff in my music room, beside my piano and saxophone things, and i'd setup a laptop on the desk beside me. It was great, t'ill the laptop got a virus and completely shutdown, probably from too much pr0n.


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#15
Next to my computer. I could honestly never move and be perfectly content.
#16
I usually sit at my computer chair... ((lawn chair **** you guys)) And use my amp as a foot rest And I play in weird position sometime sill just jump and play or play on my left leg... I lay down and play. and this one time while I was taking a massive sh... Well anyways yeah : )
#17
Standing up in the middle of my room or I sit at my computer chair
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#18
I just usually bring my guitar wherever.
I'm the same as I was when I was six years old
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I don't really feel anything
#20
my whole setup, all 3 electrics, my acoustic, my 2 amps, my foot switch for one amp and boss dist/od pedal for my other one is in my bedroom
#21
the room in between mine and the attic (lots of wasps during the summer) i have a couch, a TV
that doesn't really work, my guitar, a chair that hangs from the ceiling, and my amp and stuff. i'm working on getting a computer set up in there.

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