My Goya guitar was originally used as a nylon-stringed folk instrument, so it has pins at the heal and end for a strap. I have played classic music on it with a foot peddle and have not yet purchased used the guitar support (ErgoplayTruster) recommended in the Beginning Package. I have at times used a stool with raised foot support to enable my left hand to be in the classical position while playing. My strap method provides proper position, frees both hands, and lends security (of accidental drop or bump), so have found it best so far. There are a large world of non-classical guitarists that wouldn't consider any other approach! Back to the question, why not? Are there ergonomic, acoustic, structural, cultural, aesthetic, or investment reasons not to? I am about to purchase a high-end guitar and wonder about having strap pins added. Your advice, please?
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