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    ..Here we go again for guitar chairs, only this time outdoors......Maybe something to throw in the trunk, knowing there'd be outdoor playing....

    Found this, but ??

    https://www.amazon.com/Lightspeed-Ou...-goods&sr=1-10

    Thanks....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litterick
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    " En Garde " !!

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    My problem with those type of chairs is that you sink into them. That makes holding the guitar in a comfortable position difficult, if not impossible.

    I prefer a firm seat. I’ve sat in a lot of plastic chairs at various gigs, and they seem to do the job well.

    Like this:


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    ...found this......interesting..... (( Can't seem to post links here - -already tried Amazon )

    It's called a VIVO Adjustrite ..they make 2 models, one for what they're calling taller players......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis D
    ...found this......interesting.....

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    .......and I'm at 6'2".......

    ???
    That looks like a nice chair. If it works (for you) it should be worth the money. I paid about $130 for my practice chair and I've never regretted it. (But it does not fold up, so throwing it into a car trunk could present a problem.)
    Any Suggestions for Outdoor Folding " Guitar Player's " chair ?-wenger-nota-music-posture-chair-jpg
    I'm not as tall as you are (-a mere 5'11") but I have short legs (-and a L-O-N-G torso), so I never need the chairs for long-legged folk. My mom has very long legs but mine are the same length as guys 4-5 inches shorter than I am. Bodies are strange...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkRhodes
    That looks like a nice chair. If it works (for you) it should be worth the money. I paid about $130 for my practice chair and I've never regretted it. (But it does not fold up, so throwing it into a car trunk could present a problem.)
    Any Suggestions for Outdoor Folding " Guitar Player's " chair ?-wenger-nota-music-posture-chair-jpg
    I'm not as tall as you are (-a mere 5'11") but I have short legs (-and a L-O-N-G torso), so I never need the chairs for long-legged folk. My mom has very long legs but mine are the same length as guys 4-5 inches shorter than I am. Bodies are strange...
    .......I like the fact that it folds......and can be adjusted......I bought a desk chair and found out the seat portion is small......so I'm going to try to take measurements and compare the two - -but I have a feeling this could work !!

    (( And we won't even talk about buying shoes ! ))

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis D
    .......I like the fact that it folds......and can be adjusted......I bought a desk chair and found out the seat portion is small......so I'm going to try to take measurements and compare the two - -but I have a feeling this could work !!

    (( And we won't even talk about buying shoes ! ))
    I saw an ad for some boat shoes once, but it was just a Croc.

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    Back OT, I think I found a good-un’ here. Might even get one myself.

    Breakwater Bay Folding Teak Patio Dining Chair & Reviews | Wayfair

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    ....I guess the discouraging part for me is I couldn't find the correct * indoor * desk chair / guitar practice chair, and now I'm trying to find one for outdoors that folds ??

    ....This is not ' boding well '......: )

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    anything without arm rests is a guitar chair. Stop trying to find "the perfect" anything, you'll never find it. Just get something good enough and play. Pick your hero, Django, Metheny, Charlie Parker, or anyone else didn't give a shit what chair he was sitting in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllanAllen
    anything without arm rests is a guitar chair. Stop trying to find "the perfect" anything, you'll never find it. Just get something good enough and play. Pick your hero, Django, Metheny, Charlie Parker, or anyone else didn't give a shit what chair he was sitting in.

    ....just trying to do my back a favor......

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    I’ve used an IKEA folding chair for years, either inside or out. Lightweight, comfy with an added gel pad, and was $25. I did the ‘special musician chair’ route. Waste of over $200. I threw it out)

    https://www.ikea.com/us/en/search/pr...olding%20chair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Jeff
    Back OT, I think I found a good-un’ here. Might even get one myself.

    Breakwater Bay Folding Teak Patio Dining Chair & Reviews | Wayfair
    I have a pair on the deck. They look great out there, but they're not as comfortable for me as they should be. The back is angled too far back. More of stool unless you like to play in a very laid back kind of posture. They're great for a light lunch al fresco though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis D
    ....just trying to do my back a favor......
    I'm too young to be this much of a grumpy old man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllanAllen
    I'm too young to be this much of a grumpy old man.

    See what I mean ? Maybe you need a better practice chair too !! : )

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    ..........or - - -this could be the one I ought to have bought for the practice room ..............love HON stuff - -no affiliation etc etc


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    I use the Gator Frameworks chair. It's OK, but I'm more comfortable using it along with a strap for a better playing angle.


    This is another option. It's a keyboard chair but looks more comfortable for lengthy use.


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    I just have this $8 IKEA foldable chair:



    Sometimes used as an amp stand as well!

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    This might be a little heavier than some of these chairs built for guys that weigh 130lbs LOL but what about a killer drum throne? I love my Roc n Soc and i have a very hosed back and i can go for hours on one of these. They also make one with a lumbar support. Again its heavier but VERRRRRYYYY comfy :-) one last edit: those are 2 different model thrones, the nitro is compression, other is clamp down, but i think both come both ways.

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    edit: adding one with back rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis D
    ..Here we go again for guitar chairs, only this time outdoors......Maybe something to throw in the trunk, knowing there'd be outdoor playing....

    Found this, but ??

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    Thanks....
    Last edited by thealps; 05-29-2021 at 03:32 AM. Reason: because im a dummy and posted 2 diff models