Find myself losing the ability to play guitar standing, and my shoulders/upper arms are ****ed, robbing me of the ability to easily push my arm toward the head stock. But my hands still work! So I'm looking for an electric guitar I can play seated without putting a ton of pressure on my picking arm or cranking my left wrist too far. My current PRS sounds good but it's a ***** to play seated. Ever see BB King playing Lucille, where she's almost flat on his lap? Yeah, my wrist doesn't care for that, and I'm not ready for slide yet. Telecaster sits well enough but gives me a pressure point on my right arm coming around to get on the strings (I usually pick just below the heel of the neck), unless I brace my palm on the bridge saddles to hike my arm back and pick there. Ain't the most comfortable. Strat feels comfy thanks to the forearm bevel, and it sits well on my lap. I'm looking to see if there's anything else out there to consider. Not a Mustang fan, but the Duosonic looks interesting. I just don't have any nearby to try in person. So, light weight, $1k or less, preferably single coil. I like Dynasonics, and both the Tele and Strat neck pickup.