Owl, I removed the original thread because with various deleted posts most of the replies made no sense. I would gladly be able to put the posts from the original thread into this active thread but unfortunately the system uses chronological order for placing copied or merged posts. For example, if I merged your reply from the original thread, it would be the first post in this new thread usurping Andrei's intro to the subject and obviously be completely out of context. Limitations of the system.owl wrote:As long as you are polite and don't break any rules I fail to see why posts were removed, and I for one would like my posts reinstated!
I don't think anyone is disputing that fact Hans... I certainly wasn't, as would be apparent by my posts in the original thread!Hans W wrote: This is an interesting subject that really hasn't been addressed before and one that Andrei is in perfect position to bring up inasmuch as he not only plays standing but is a very accomplished player.
I came across something on the web called a Gracie Guitar Stand that looks like a sheet music stand that has been adapted to hold a guitar. I don't know if that would be of interest, but you can check them out by googling "Gracie Guitar Stands".douglas wrote:I have researched using a guitar stand to 'hold' the guitar so that I could play standing up without any real luck.
This is an idea that came from seeing steve howe in concert many,many years ago.................
I would certainly welcome anyone who has come across such a system.
I am surprised that no one has engineered such a product for us.
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