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Re: The MOST important piece of gear?

Post by DaveZ » Sun Mar 31, 2019 12:53 pm

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Awesome! I hope it really works for you. I also hope you will update us once you have the chair and have used it for a bit.
Agreed! I didn't go crazy with the options so I'm hoping they can ship it out pretty quick and it will show up this week.

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Re: The MOST important piece of gear?

Post by DaveZ » Fri Apr 05, 2019 9:35 am

The Capisco showed up yesterday. It's definitely not your typical chair but I must say I'm impressed, there are so many different ways to use it (adjustments as well) and I find it comfortable. My desk is kind of high so the monitors felt high, with the range of height on this I can adjust as needed and be close to the desk if desired. Got the footrest with the chair which is nice as well.

Long story short I think it's a keeper.

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Re: The MOST important piece of gear?

Post by tonedimension » Fri Apr 05, 2019 12:35 pm

Awesome! So glad you are finding it to your liking. Getting the chair adjusted is something I worked through and change from time to time. Sliding the seat forward or back a bit, adjusting the tilt, etc. I also find that turning the chair around and sitting with my chest against the back can be a comfortable change if I am in more of a mixing mode.

Again, glad you are digging the Capisco! It's definitely a unusual piece and can be a conversation starter when people drop by the studio for the first time.
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