Not really a guitar person, maybe I could compete in the National Air Piano Championship. I just need to sit, move my feet up and down (like I'm pumping those pedals), and pound my pinkies on an imaginary keyboard! Of course, I'd have to add facial expressions:
Also, I have to look like I'm really into the music.....like Little Richard! (I might want to consider having my hair done in corn rows...)
(I think the last one is especially convincing.)
But wait, I don't think you're allowed to have actual instruments, so I wouldn't be able to sit on a piano bench! I'd have to pretend to be sitting on a piano bench, while pretending to pedal, while pretending to pound the pinkies on the ivories'. There'd be no pretending about the back ache I would have after trying to maintain that posture for several minutes to the tune of Ferrante and Teicher's Autumn Leaves.!
Maybe I need to consider a different instrument? Air Trombone might be too challenging for my arthritic shoulder; actually any instrument that required me to hold both arms at shoulder level could be problematic. That Glucosamine Chondroitin I take has it's limitations!
Then, too, it's probably difficult to simulate playing an instrument that you've never played before, so I should probably stick to an instrument with which I am familiar! Let's see, I never took any music lessons, but I'm pretty good with the kazoo. That's the ticket! I'll play the air kazoo! Now all I have to do is find an air kazoo competition! In the meantime, I'd better watch Nordic Thunder and pick up all the performance tips I can!
What do you think? Have I got a shot?