A clip-on guitar hanger that holds onto your amp's handle and your guitar simultaneously.
A clip-on guitar hanger for amps that allows you to hang your instrument from your amplifier during performances. The guitar hanger is great for use onstage or for temporary set ups like practices in a friend's garage. The adjustable yoke width accommodates guitars and mandolins plus it pivots to cradle the instrument's headstock. Keeper rings included.
Choose your option to either hang your guitar from the top, suitcase-style handle of an amp; from the round, side handle of an amp; from the flat, side handle of an amp; or from the round, folding handle of an amp.
Don't lug around awkward guitar stands when this one attaches right onto your amp handle!
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I actually bought one of these side-handle-mount models before they were offering the top-mount version, and then modified it to hang on the edge and be secured to the top handle of my upper amp, just as the model they now sell does. (You may want to check my review under that listing as well, for more details.) I notice they are showing the pictures of the other model with this side-handle-mount listing, but you will have to go to the other listing to actually buy it, if that's the one you need. In any case, they do offer all four models designed for the various types of handles you may have on your amp, or other cabinet stack.
Anyway, these are great for hanging your electric, bass, acoustic, etc., off the side of a two-amp stack, or amp on a stand, or speaker cabinet, etc., as long as it hangs high enough for your particular instrument. You can even hang an instrument on each side of the cabinet, if you have two hangers, of course.
The hanger swivels and can easily be bent in or out if need be, to accommodate whatever instrument you are hanging. The thick rubber washer-type stops are tough to get on, meaning they will not be accidentally coming off, and do a great job of making sure your guitar stays put.
If you have any cabinet handle situations that are tall enough (including whatever stand you may have them sitting on), I highly recommend you buy one or more of whichever of these models fits your scenario. You will love how safe and secure your guitar hangs where it is not likely to get bumped or knocked over like in a typical stand. It would definitely take a lot to knock a guitar out of one of these hangers, for sure.
I love mine for my bass and other guitars, including acoustics! (You can hang your guitar facing in or out, so any instrument with a sufficient head stock will work.)