String Swing Clip On Guitar Amp Hanger(Suitcase Handle) Sku #585697000101000 String Swing 585697 LIAB Guitar Wall Hangers https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A cost-effective solution for keeping your guitar safe, secure, yet ready to go when you need it.
Hang your mandolin or guitar from your amplifier during performances with this handy instrument hanger from String Swing. The convenient, affordable Amp Handle Guitar Hanger - Strap On Unit from String Swing is an excellent choice for on-stage use. Its easy-to-assemble straps attach to the top handle of your amp to let your instrument hang off the side when not in use. The guitar hanger has an adjustable yoke width to accommodate mandolins, and it pivots to cradle your instrument's headstock. Keeper rings are included to ensure your guitar or mandolin is securely in place, and the yoke is covered by a soft rubber to avoid scratches.
- Attaches to top amp handle
- Adjustable yoke can handle guitars and mandolins
- Yoke has protective rubber covering
- Keeper rings are included to keep your instrument secure in place
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Comments about String Swing Clip On Guitar Amp Hanger:
I actually looked for this idea quite a while back, but didn't find it on the market at that time. More recently, I had decided to fabricate an amp-side guitar hanger by modifying something already on the market, when to my delight these were now in the product line. In fact, at that time this particular model was not being offered, so I still wound up buying one of their other models and modifying it to work like this one does.
This is a great guitar hanger as long as you are using a two-amp stack of sufficient height for your guitar, with the typical top-mounted single carrying handle on your upper amp. I suppose you could also be using some sort of stand beneath a single amp or a smaller stack that could get you up to the right height, for that matter.
You do want to have a fairly flat-sided stack from top to bottom, so both amps in your stack need to be about the same width, however, you can also compensate a bit by offsetting your top smaller amp, if you have to. As long as they are within an inch or so, when stacked, it shouldn't be a problem.
Simply hook the square-shaped metal "U" through the handle and through the strap, then adjust and hang your guitar hanger snuggly off the top-side edge. You'll be able to pick which side of your amp stack you want your guitar to hang on, to best keep it from getting bumped, but you will also find that it would take a lot to knock the guitar off, anyway.
The hanger swivels to easily accommodate various head stock styles and the width can fairly easily be bent wider or narrower, if needed. The thick washer-type rubber end stops go on plenty tough, so they won't be coming off accidentally, and they are a nice touch to making sure your guitar stays put. You can also hang your guitar facing either way, which means you can hang an acoustic if you like.
It works great for my bass and other guitars!