After 30 years of playing, bad posture, improper technique, lingering aches from few snowboarding accidents from back in the day, and general wear and tear on the ol' joints, it's becoming more difficult to enjoy playing my Fender Standard Telecaster for long-ish periods of time. For those that have similar issues, did you make the leap to a different brand to make yourself more comfortable and playing less painful? If you did, which one(s)? A caveat - I'm left-handed, so... that's always been "interesting". I'm not a purist, so headless guitars and lesser-known brands are very much in the conversation. I'm not worried about resale value as I rarely flip guitars. My search so far as led me to some interesting headless options from Kiesel, which I'm very familiar with as my very first "real" electric guitar was a Carvin DC127; Carvin transformed into Kiesel a few years ago. Carvin/Kiesel is, as far as I know, one of the few companies to not charge a premium for making a left-handed version of nearly any of its models. It may also be as simple as getting a guitar that has a "tummy cut" so it fits better against me. That opens up a lot more options, even if I have to pay more to get a lefty version. It may also be as even more simple as getting a different strap, so even though this is a guitar forum, I'd also appreciate any strap recommendations. I don't want to stop playing, obviously. I'm getting my shoulder issues addressed once this COVID crisis settles down. Until then, and likely after that, it's getting to a point where it's getting difficult to play my No. 1 Tele due to its weight and, quite honestly, where it sits so I'm comfortable playing it. Thanks all!