#1
I do have strap locks, thats NOT the problem.
the problem is: the strap holder near the neck, well the screw that goes into the guitar I think has shredded the wood inside, so it won't stay for only 2 minutes before I would have to re-screw it in, let's get real.
so is there anything I can do to fix this?
please don't say duct tape.
thanks
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#2
but duct tape does wonders haha
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#3
If it can't be fixed with duct tape or WD-40, you need a new one

Nah, really though, just glue some toothpicks in the hole, and screw it back on, should do the trick.
#4
^Either do that, or get some sort of wood substitute, then drill new holes.
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#6
toothpicks fix that easy
slide a toothpick in the hole and then stick the screw in beside it, has to be the small skinny toothpicks not the super pointy ones
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#8
+1 for toothpicks. You don't even need glue. And it can be any kind of wood toothpick. Stick it in and snap it flush. Put as many in as you can.
#9
Quote by robhc
If it can't be fixed with duct tape or WD-40, you need a new one

Nah, really though, just glue some toothpicks in the hole, and screw it back on, should do the trick.



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#10
duct tape tooth picks onto the back of the guitar that way the guitar will just stick to your body
making a strap unnecessary and at the same time a doctor necessary