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stratmanchu

Senior Stratmaster, from USA

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    1. stratmanchu
      stratmanchu
      thanks Rogue, I think that's one of the best I've seen and most of all I like the fact that you can't see the hangar, which is one of the things I like about my yarn method and don't like about the bulky hangars. The yarn method is low budget and works good, and I saw a GC doing the same things using leather strips some years back - then they stopped. Probably because of the perceived stress on the peg, but I think it can take it and have no probs yet on my guitars. If I replace them, it will be with the woodies though, so thank you for that. LMAO at the guitar on the ceiling! Looks good, but that one isn't going to get played very much!
    2. Rogue Bohemian
      Rogue Bohemian
      I was checking out your photos and noticed the 3 guitars hanging on the wall by what appears to be yarn around the 1st tuner.
      I recently discovered a very cool guitar hanger called Woodies Ultimate Guitar Hanger that work better than any other hanger on the market, imo. The guitar mounts to the hangers by the strap buttons which is the natural way for a guitar to hang without stress on critical parts of the guitar. They can be positioned at ANY angle you choose and can even be mounted on the ceiling safe and secure.
      I highly recommend them for your guitars.
      RB
    3. beeastman123
      beeastman123
      what is your A-serial body made of? alder? basswood?
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