Holding a Guitar

The guitar rests on the left knee (or maybe it will). The left hand holds the griffin, the right one is placed on the bottom of the box and pressed lightly against each other with the forearm. According to some schools, the shoulder and forearm of the right hand should form a right angle. To keep the guitar at the right height, the left leg is placed on the footrest, and in its absence – puts the left foot on the right.
Some left-handed people hold guitars exactly the opposite way, but usually in this case (Always) the strings are also put in the opposite way to the standard arrangement (The treble E changes places with the bass E, A z H, D z G).