#1
Good? Bad? Otherwise? Space is at a premium in my room, I've got a Traben Bass, Ibanez RG370, (coming soon) Ibanez S7320, and my Yamaha acoustic. I was thinking of mounting them on the wall.

I could use some recommendations about good, sturdy wall hangers, and if they are even safe to use..
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#2
They get your guitars up off the floor out of the range of ignorant mothers with vacuum cleaners, and rampaging children/animals. Which can only be a good thing.
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#3
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They get your guitars up off the floor out of the range of ignorant mothers with vacuum cleaners, and rampaging children/animals. Which can only be a good thing.


This. I have one and I love it. Make sure you solidly secure it into a stud in the wall though. And try to do it on an inside wall, yet watch out for where the sun moves throughout the day.
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#4
You wanna get the ones that lock when the guitars in them...and keep em away from where ppl walk otherwise they end up getting bashed into and knocked against the wall
#5
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They get your guitars up off the floor out of the range of ignorant mothers with vacuum cleaners, and rampaging children/animals. Which can only be a good thing.

+1

And it looks good!
#8
Perfectly safe i bought a cheap one and i sleep underneath it with a guitar above my head. have done for four years and never has my head been indented :P
#9
Link to some good ones that aren't extremely expensive as I'm also interested.
#10
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This. I have one and I love it. Make sure you solidly secure it into a stud in the wall though. And try to do it on an inside wall, yet watch out for where the sun moves throughout the day.

So you know when your midrange will be sparkling?