Practice Stool

So I was looking for a stool this one this one does it for me.

ICON Work Stool

Man, that is one short stool. It can work, but probably not as conveniently as a bar stool, dining room chair, or task chair (office chair without arms).

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That’s like a mechanics chair, I wouldn’t use that for playing an instrument. Get a drum throne instead. Much more comfortable and they have a back

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This basic guitar stool has been an excellent investment IMHO

I bought a used (like new) drum stool for 10€ a few years ago, it’s a good choice in my opinion. Stable, comfy and you can set the height. Also it looks good and it’s foldable.

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Haha…stop by your local thrift store and pick up an armless chair with a back for $10 instead of spending 5x or 10x that much on a less comfortable backless stool. Buy two like I did so you have another when a friend stops by to jam.

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Or go Joe Dart and do this

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I was actually look at this just 20 min ago on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B094BY5GCS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3W2UOX4OBAYG6&th=1

Yes… it’s a chair… but those retractable arm rests might do the trick for it to become a stool with back support.

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I find any chair with a back tends to obstruct my fretting arm’s elbow unless I perch forward on it. But for a stool I bought one of the below a year ago but for only around £40 not £60 and it’s great though despite the issues I do prefer a backed chair when I’m doing my lessons!
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tiger-Music-Guitar-Foldable-Footrest/dp/B08Y3T7K4N/ref=pd_ci_mcx_pspc_dp_d_2_i_1?pd_rd_w=cfjbP&content-id=amzn1.sym.8db49f41-2d78-4c1c-bc3b-fb9e44b9efb4&pf_rd_p=8db49f41-2d78-4c1c-bc3b-fb9e44b9efb4&pf_rd_r=9R1EXZ3CCA5A3Q3RVKPT&pd_rd_wg=YneLT&pd_rd_r=8841026d-751e-44d5-bff9-1295c0e6b6c7&pd_rd_i=B08Y3T7K4N

I second this drum stool.

Inexpensive and is honestly perfect for the job.