Originally Posted by: force_of_shredoh yeah sorry but in my original question I forgot to mention that this problem mostly just happens when standing up.
I'm not sure that makes much difference to your replies or not though. :cool:
i cant tell you how hard it was to get used to playing my guild (pretty much a les paul ripoff in body design) when i was playing faster palm muting or lower string work. its simply hard to coordinate where your pick will be because theres very little to stabilize yourself when your picking on the A and E strings. i love my Guild to death, and i shred the piss out of it, but i have noticed that problem as well. i am definitely more comfortable on a strat body becasue of the right hand stabilization factor. i guess you either have the option of learning to deal with it, and capitalize on the les paul's positive features, or simply go play another guitar.
"the more you know, the less you know. I don't feel like i know shit anymore, but i love it."