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TCampbell

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Hello Everyone! I've been noticing a trend on how Ted held his guitar. While he could play it in so many ways, I attempted to be a little more subjective and categorize it into 2 popular poses. These positions have actually been really helpful with my hands ergonomically as I have tendinitis and arthritis. Hope these postures can help you too!

 
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Michel

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Good analysis,  thank you. [thumb]

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When he played chords requiring substantial left hand stretching, like V-1s, he would play with the neck more vertical, like your picture #2.  Sometimes you can see him shifting to a more vertical neck angle to accommodate stretches.
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