I recently tried a Dynarette for a couple months to give it an honest shot. It was OK i suppose, but for me a little too low.
I was surprised to find out how much i move around when i play...this became apparent when using the cushion.
I decided to go back to the footstool because:
- i like a higher position than the cushion gives me
- there ARE times when i use a little body movement to facilitate things such as big shifts from a low to a high position, etc. The cushion interferes with that.
- a folding footstool is more portable
I use a Konig & Meyer footstool because of the sturdiness, but have a problem with the severe foot angle.
My favorite footstool is homemade from 2 4x4's bolted together. I put some rubber on the bottom so it wouldnt slide across wood floors. Not very portable, though.
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