This handsome piece of furniture makes me wish I played the guitar. Solo, by Yamaha Design Lab, is a stool that doubles as a guitar stand.
"Each of the three legs has its own branch. Two branches work as a guitar support and the remaining one is a footrest when playing the guitar."
"The seat is a guitar pick shape when viewed from above and the front of the stool changes, depending on how you are using it."
The last sentence undoubtedly suffers from a translation issue, but I'm guessing it means that sliding forward reduces your seated support and puts more weight onto your legs.
The stool appears to be in production, though I could find no price listed.
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Ah, I see you've noticed my combination stool and guitar stand. Oh yeah, I guess I play a little. No big deal. Ahem. Todaaaaay is gonna be the daay... Wait, where are you going?
I laughed out loud!
made for right-handers
Now that you mention it, it's a pity they didn't make that a reversible peg.