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- Deep cradle design that prevents the guitar from being improperly placed in its hanger -in turn -promoting safer handling of your instrument
- Yoke pivots to cradle the guitar's headstock
- This design is also great for guitars which have a headstock with single or uneven heels
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The "Guitar Keeper" has a deep cradle design that prevents the guitar from being improperly placed in its hanger -in turn -promoting safer handling of your instrument. This design is also great for guitars which have a headstock with single or uneven heels.
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The install is super easy, at minimum you will need a screw driver, at worst a small drill and stud finder. To be on the safer side I went directly into a stud for my PRS electric guitar so the weight over time wouldn't be a problem. I have a Ibanez AE18 Acoustic Electric along with an Ovation full body acoustic both of which have some weight to them. I only used the drywall anchors provided with the swing and they are rock solid and very stable. I wasn't so concerned with my Yamaha classical guitar as it is very light weight. To avoid any issues I am cautious when hanging and removing the guitars so I don't put to much pressure on the wall, not kit gloves, just cautions and aware.
The hangers (arms/hooks) are a good size and accommodate the heads of all my guitars. They are padded similar to a guitar stand neck holder and angled to support and accommodate most guitars. The only caveat is the Classical guitar. Because Classical guitars have much wider necks I have to enter the hanger sideways then turn the guitar so it lays flat against the wall. Theres no worries about damaging the guitar or anything, but its not as simple as lifting the guitar to get it out or just dropping it in. After you get the hang of it (once or twice) then its a no brainer.
Overall I couldn't be happier, these are an affordable, practical solution to the clutter of multiple guitars on stands.
One thing to note: Initially I planned on hanging 4 guitars on a particular section of my wall. As I was installing the hangers I tested a guitar and measured for the next hanger. I quickly realized that I did not take in account the negative space between guitars and to have it look good I have to remeasure and could only fit 3 guitars in that space. When doing multiple guitars I strongly recommend hanging your guitars after each swing installation so you can see exactly how things will look.
I have seen some mentions in the reviews that these will not fit wider neck guitars well, like classical guitars. Not true. Underneath the light brown padding is the hook structure, made from a simple piece of thick wire. Grabbing each hook in one hand, I was able to gently spread the hooks farther apart so that it would better fit my Alvarez classical guitar. I can lift the guitar straight out of the hook without rotating the guitar about the neck. Works great. I was able to use it on a Dean electric acoustic without any adjustment. Again, the guitar lifts straight in and out.