Guitar Hanger Hook Holder Wall Mount Display - Fits all size Guitars, Bass, Mandolin, Banjo, etc.
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- Fits all size Bass and Electric Guitars
- Easy to mount onto Wall
- Non-marring rubber coating protects the instrument
- Flexible support arms hug the neck of any guitar for a secure fit
- Wall Screws and Plastic Anchors for Dry-Wall Included, Free
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Out of the box, they did not fit around the neck of my 8-string guitar. They were just barely too narrow. I was able to take the foam off and make a slight tweak with my hands and a pair of vise-grips, now it works great. It took a pretty good amount of force to bend it, so I'm not worried about them bending while in use.
I was a bit worried, that being adjustable, something might slip out, but no amount of reasonable pulling on any of my instruments made them move.
All of the hardware was included. It even came with drywall anchors, But I probably wouldn't trust mounting them anywhere but on a wall stud. After mounting them up, I pulled pretty hard on them (and I'm a fairly big guy) and everything felt solid. The heaviest instrument I have weights about 10 lbs, and thats pretty heavy for a guitar, but I trust it on these hangers.
another thing to note is that padding is foam, instead of the rubber you find on a lot of guitar stands, so You shouldn't have to worry about any reactions with the finish
There are some nicer looking ones on the market, and some with a few more features. But if you have a lot of stuff to hang up and don't want to a small fortune doing it, these are a great choice
Of course you'll want to find a stud (I used my handy CH Hanson 03040 Magnetic Stud Finder). Then you need some serious screw power to attach this thing to the stud.
The problem is that the screws provided are the cheapest things you've ever seen, and if you even look at them funny their heads will strip leaving a glorious dust trail of metal filings behind them. Yes, if you pre-drill the right holes and use sufficient care, you should be fine. But I'm a bit disappointed the seller doesn't either provide better screws or throw in a business-card-sized bit of instructions telling us hapless musicians not to try to screw those things right into the stud. Either would cost only a few pennies.
So, I got one hanger up beautifully, but another one I had to destroy and carefully extract the stripped screws after I tried too hard to get these weakling screws into the stud. I was feeling guilty and assigning myself all the blame for my mishap, but then I looked just down the wall at the cheap hooks I'd bought at Lowe's to hang random stuff on. Sure enough, they came with decent-quality screws that would never have had me tearing plastic apart and prying things off my wall.
So, I'll be the first to admit that I'm no carpenter, and that if I'd paid better attention to all my dad's lessons, I probably wouldn't have gotten in this pickle.Read more ›
I noticed some reviewers commented on the screws. My husband did buy a box of better drywall screws to hang ours, but the screws did not cost much and I did not expect hardware to be included at all for this price. We did use the included drywall screws to hang other items in the room because we were redoing the bedroom for our son's birthday. The screws are a bonus at this price!
When I first purchased these I gave them a 5* review because they seemed to work very well.
However... over time the material they're made of can eat into guitar neck lacquer. In addition, the arms simply don't stay in place, tending to droop down and "trap" the guitar when one tries to remove it from the hanger... forcing you to use one hand to hold the guitar and the other to pry the hanger arms apart.
Further, the guitar neck may be stuck on the hanger prongs, damaging both the hanger and the guitar finish.
After several months, I cannot recommend these. The more expensive wood-mounted versions are far better. Or save some bucks, mount a piece of wood to the wall and screw in a coated U-hook to make a fine guitar hanger.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's not the best guitar wall mount, but it does the job and looks fine holding the guitar up on the wall.Published 4 days ago by highbridge
Works well I hang both my Ibanez and my Gibson on these (bought two)Published 11 days ago by Chicken
Easy to install. Holds the guitar I have (classical) securely. The arms move with ease-I don't know if they'll one day just drop the guitar, though they don't hang loosely. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Mary
Bought a bunch of these to wall hang my dukes (I have Ukulele Acquisition Syndrome-UAS). Keeps the instrument in view, so I practice more and they are decorative.Published 11 days ago by Patricia L. Raymond
Love this. Easy to hang. Came with what I needed. And adds a lot of style to my wall with my antique guitars! Buy this!!!Published 12 days ago by chad szkapi
This guitar mount is perfect for hanging my six-foot naginata; I'm so happy with it that I'm ordering more. Read morePublished 13 days ago by EvilLittleThing
Relatively strong holders with a universal design.
I own two electric guitars, one acoustic guitar, and a ukulele. Read more