Greetings, dear readers! Today I would like to talk to you about staging your hands when playing the electric guitar. In Internet forums are full of guitarists disputes about what is it that it should be, so let's Let us examine the example of my personal experience. First I would like to remind a few points from my previous article, addressed to those who start to learn classical guitar. Further details can be found at Vanessa Marcil, an internet resource. It dealt with the position of the guitar in the game and setting the hands of the guitarist. Landing guitarist: natural, sitting with one leg above the other. The guitar itself is at your feet.
The right hand is free, without stress, the body lies on the guitar, brush, slightly bent at the wrist, rests his fingers on the strings. All this is about playing the acoustic guitar. What is fundamentally different in this respect, plays the electric guitar? It is well known that those who play the electric guitar, rarely sit at the same time (except, maybe some live moments). However, as practice shows, playing guitar is more comfortable sitting. Personally, I recommend at home exercises, when you play something more technical, such as exercises for development of fluency fingers, start to sit still, as is done with the game on acoustics. This will allow better hand to remember what they should do. And then later, when it comes to concerts, to gradually get used to play standing up. By the way, notice a curious detail: during the solo guitarists usually put his foot on the monitor or any other equipment.