Asked by: Andrew Turner
The reason why you have trouble playing while standing up is simply because you’re not used to it. Your body mechanics to play the guitar while standing up are very different from the body mechanics while sitting down.
Is it harder to play guitar standing up or sitting down?
If you ask amateur guitarists whether they sit or stand when they play, it’s a safe bet that most would say they almost exclusively sit. It’s more comfortable to sit and play. You can see the fretboard. Besides, playing with the guitar hanging from the neck feels awkward and it’s too difficult to finger notes.
Jun 13, 2016
How do you get used to playing guitar standing up?
And your strap turns around the wrong way so it's kind of upside. Down. And then you stand up and you've got a heavy guitar. It's that simple and the guitar's on the floor.
Is it better to play guitar standing up?
Short Answer. Practice whichever way is most comfortable for you. Although standing has many benefits over sitting, switching from sitting to standing will likely not have immediate benefits, and in fact you might be unaccostumed to the new position and feel that your playing is worse, at least initially.
How should I hold my guitar while standing?
Place to actually play the guitar. My hand easily goes around the neck of the guitar. Without any weird contortions. I'm not altering my shoulder up or down to get at the neck of the guitar.
How do you play an acoustic guitar standing up?
So overall this is a much better technique. Position now you you can compromise between the low and the high you can even go higher than this if.
How do you play guitar while sitting down?
Against the wall. And make sure that your lower back your upper back and your neck are touching the wall.
How do I make my guitar not look awkward?
Okay so remember big wide stance tip number two always try to groove with your music no matter what okay even a slow song.