#1
As my sig says, i'm saving up for a Jackson Warrior. But, when I finally GET the damn thing, where am I going to keep it in my house?

I've looked at: Wall hangars, impossible because of headstock shape. Guitar stands: Haven't found one yet for this shape. Guitar cases: Haven't found one yet.
Anyone wanna help out?
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#3
They make wall hangers that are adjustable to accommodate odd shaped head stocks.I use string swings brand hangers and they hold my Jackson and Ibanez guitars without any problems.

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#4
You van hang it, it'll be fine.
Also try looking a stand that supports V-Shapes, it'll help
#7
lean it against wall? what i do for my ibanez


ALSO: how does $300 and £200 come to $700?
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Last edited by death_metaller at Jan 10, 2009,
#8

or


but seriously it should be fine if you lean it against a wall
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#10
jacksons hang fine on wall hangers.
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#11
get a hurcules stand it would work great for it

*edit* yeah the one in the pic above
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#12
on a strap, around your shoulders the only place a guitar should be.

It takes a while to get the hang of doing everyday tasks with a guitar strapped on, but in the end it is well worth the awkwardness. you never know when you're going to need to whip off a few licks.
#13
Quote by PollyWntsCrack
wall hangers should be fine..

get a stand for flying V's,

jackson should make proper cases..

They've all been discontinued as far as I know.

Anyone wanna point me to a particular stand/ wall hangar?
My Gear:
Ibanez ART300 electric
Peavey Vypyr 75 watt combo amp
Yamaha FG-130 acoustic


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#14
Quote by death_metaller
lean it against wall? what i do for my ibanez


ALSO: how does $300 and £200 come to $700?


leaning a guitar against the wall is the most awful idea I've ever heard. It bends the neck if you do it a good bit and ruins the guitar.
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#15
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You could put in two bolts or something in the wall that would support it like a shelf.

what i was thinking, and find a way to secure it, like another bold and a anchor think like ...

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but seriously it should be fine if you lean it against a wall


nah
#16
Quote by H_ngm_n
leaning a guitar against the wall is the most awful idea I've ever heard. It bends the neck if you do it a good bit and ruins the guitar.


tell malmstein that, ever see his guitar storage methods?
#17
Quote by death_metaller
lean it against wall? what i do for my ibanez


ALSO: how does $300 and £200 come to $700?

The extra $200 is for a new pickup, two cables, a stand/ wall hangar, strings, a few picks, two pickholders, some cleaning products, and new pickup rings to make the guitar look flashier.
My Gear:
Ibanez ART300 electric
Peavey Vypyr 75 watt combo amp
Yamaha FG-130 acoustic


There is no God.
Last edited by cohen5250 at Jan 10, 2009,
#19
Quote by Hatredcopter
tell malmstein that, ever see his guitar storage methods?

You saw his studio video? At one point during the vid, he picks up a black guitar, says "This is one of the first ten Stratocasters ever made", and throws it back into the pile.
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Peavey Vypyr 75 watt combo amp
Yamaha FG-130 acoustic


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#20
Wall hangers should be fine, you can probably find a hanger for a jackson guitar if you look.
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#24
Err... The white kid in your school with the really long hair has a hardshell case built for his warrior.
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#25
Quote by cohen5250
The extra $200 is for a new pickup, two cables, a stand/ wall hangar, strings, a few picks, two pickholders, some cleaning products, and new pickup rings to make the guitar look flashier.


...pick-holders?

Man the next generation is getting out of touch with duct-tape
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#26
Quote by bornfidelity
...pick-holders?

Man the next generation is getting out of touch with duct-tape

I prefer to keep hold of my picks when I play
#27
Quote by wolfy808
Err... The white kid in your school with the really long hair has a hardshell case built for his warrior.

Well, i've looked everywhere and I can't find one. All the sites say it's been discontinued.

Where'd Parker buy his guitar anyways?
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Yamaha FG-130 acoustic


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#28
Quote by Retro Rocker
I prefer to keep hold of my picks when I play


Yea but he's getting pickholders, which I'd think are things you put the picks in when you're not playing - for instace at a live-show, people have them on mic stands all the time
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Ibanez RG570 Purple Neon
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Dano '59 Burgundy
Ibanez Artcore AM-73
#29
Quote by bornfidelity
Yea but he's getting pickholders, which I'd think are things you put the picks in when you're not playing - for instace at a live-show, people have them on mic stands all the time

I prefer my pockets.
#30
Quote by death_metaller
lean it against wall? what i do for my ibanez


ALSO: how does $300 and £200 come to $700?


tax

$496 Valveking came out to $570.
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I tried it out in store.

Great neck, nice n light, good tuning stability. Overall a good guitar. I didn't but it cause I generally only buy guitars over a grand now.
#31
Quote by cohen5250
Well, i've looked everywhere and I can't find one. All the sites say it's been discontinued.

Where'd Parker buy his guitar anyways?


He bought it on eBay.
Gear List:
'97 Gibson Explorer w/ Duncan SH-4 and SH-2
Fender Jazz Bass 'Crafted in Japan'
Yamaha Acoustic Guitar
Vox AD30VT w/ VFS2
Roland Cube 30 Bass
Modded "St. Louis" Wah
Dunlop .88 Tortex picks
#32
Quote by Retro Rocker
I prefer my pockets.


But what if you drop your pick during a solo.>!

duct tape is like the Chuck Norris of... well, tape
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Tokai Explorer Korina
Ibanez RG570 Purple Neon
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Fender Telecaster Apple Red
Dano '59 Burgundy
Ibanez Artcore AM-73
#33
As a Pro. Custom wood worker I would never suggest leaning your guitar against the wall. The weight of your guitar will slowly bend your neck over time its a natural thing with all species of wood, thats why most stands are at a certain angle to take most of the weight off the neck. I would only suggest wall hangers for bolt on or through body necks.
#34
Warriors work fine on normal guitar stands....I'm looking at one right now sitting on a First Act stand. It's a bit awkward, but they work.
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#35
anywhere out of sight should be fine.

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