Let us discuss some of the elements that make up the best guitar chair. The reason this is a subject I’d like to discuss is because I have had a fair amount of success implementing a chair specially designed for guitar into my playing and practicing schedule.
There are many good things that come with getting a good guitar chair. However, that is another article for another day. Today, let’s talk about the different parts and features that make up chairs for guitar.
The Best Guitar Chairs Have a Footrest
The good chairs generally come with a place to rest and put feet. The even better models make this foot rest able to adjust and move about into a preferable spot. Guitar stools on the lower spectrum generally do not offer this footrest option.
The best ones have a backrest
The best chairs will have a back rest and the models at the high end of the spectrum will have the feature of maneuverability of the backrest so that a good and comfortable playing place can be achieved.
A fair amount of padding is needed
The best stools will be highly padded so that they are at the optimum level of comfortability. The guitar stool that I own has a lot of padding and not only is it great for guitar playing but, it is the most comfortable chair I own in general. I like to even use it at the computer. That is the powerful impact a great guitar chair can have.
Portability is a must
The greatest stools and chairs of them all are the one’s that are exceptionally easy to set up and the one’s that can be easily carried around anywhere. This is what separates the good chairs from the best one’s.
Additional Bonus stand?
Some of the greatest guitar chairs out there feature a built in guitar stand. This is an ingenious idea and invention to add to the guitar stool as it just adds more functionality and makes it an overall great tool to have for guitar playing and practicing.
Try getting yourself one of the better guitar chairs because adding that little bit of extra money will make all the difference to your playing. Not only will you improve but you will find yourself wanting to sit on the guitar stool all the time. In this case, who ever said that sitting was bad for you? Especially when the outcome of the exercise is becoming a better guitarist.