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String Swing CC01K-BW Hardwood Home and Studio Guitar Keeper - Black Walnut
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- Deep cradle design that prevents the guitar from being improperly placed in its hanger
- Great for guitars which have a headstock with single or uneven heels
- Yoke pivots to cradle the guitar's headstock
- Wood block is made of real hardwood
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After 20 plus years as a core guitar accessory, String Swing's model CC01 is getting a makeover. The renewed Home and Studio Guitar Keeper has a deep cradle design that prevents the guitar from being improperly placed in its hanger, which promotes safer handling of your instrument. This guitar wall hanger design is also great for guitars that have a headstock with single or uneven heels. The yoke pivots to cradle the headstock, but is free of mechanical, moving parts that would wear over time so this product is manufacturer-guaranteed for life. Wood block is made of real hardwood. Natural wood color may vary.
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I screwed this into a stud on the wall just to be safe, since my acoustic guitars are valuable. I have two of these (different colors to match the wood of the guitars), and they look fantastic.
Everyone comments on how nice my guitars look on the wall the moment they walk in. The interesting thing about hanging them on the wall is that it encourages me to play more. The guitars are so accessible because they are hanging right in front of you, that I find myself playing a lot more than usual.
The padding on the holder is a great feature, and this is extremely sturdy. 100% recommended!
The drywall mounting screws are better than average and self tapping.
I originally bought one, the a second one (I simply clicked the 'buy again' button) but the color of the second oak hanger is noticeably darker. I know with natural items like wood colors vary, but if you buy more than one don't expect them to match.
With the help of a friend that has that little gadget to find out where the beams are in a wall we hung out the two guitars. I have gotten so many complements and the two guitars gave my room a complete different dimension. I can't believe that such a small investment made such a great contribution. The hangers feel sturdy and they are beautiful crafted as well.
I have added some pics so you can see how good your guitars will look.
Installation technically only requires a screwdriver, but you really should have a powered drill/driver and a level for the best results. A person that's fairly confident with these two tools won't have any trouble putting one of these up, although you have to be fairly courageous about your drywall getting crumbled and buckled as the drilling and anchoring is going on. Don't worry - the wooden base of the guitar hanger will cover up your mangled wall nicely, and nobody will ever know.
It's also worth pointing out that the threaded metal post - the black bit in the product photo - is sometimes a little too long, so if you screw the rubber fork on as tight as it will go, a bit of screw pokes out of the back of the wooden base, making it impossible to get the wooden base flush against the wall. The easiest workaround I found was to attach the wooden base to the wall by itself, and then screw the post/fork on as far as it would go afterwards.
The drywall anchors included with the guitar hanger are absolutely terrible - they're threaded so that you can "screw" them into the drywall after making a small pilot hole, but the plastic material the anchors are made of is so soft that it just shreds or tears off from the anchor instead of biting into the drywall. Do yourself a favor and buy some 1/4" drywall anchors and matching 1 1/2" screws from the hardware store, and use those anchors instead of the included ones.
Oh and this new one now has U.S.A in the String Swing logo all my others do not.