#4
Not a problem at all.

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#5
The pressure is just weight, the part I'd worry most about is probably if it's a shit headstock not the joint. An for that no worries .
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#6
Perfectly safe. Just be sure the finish on the guitar won't react to the material of the hangar (aka some nitro finishes dont react well).
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#7
I have my Ibanez on a K&M wallhanger/stand, no problems with that.
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#8
Unless it was built by somewhat inbred monkeys, a guitar should be able to hold itself together.
call me ziggy.
#10
Don't listen to these noobs, a guitar with a bolt on neck will be ruined. Set necks are ok but a bolt on will bow and snap eventually
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#11
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Don't listen to these noobs, a guitar with a bolt on neck will be ruined. Set necks are ok but a bolt on will bow and snap eventually






Using your logic, grabbing the neck and lifting the guitar by it while binding massively will make the neck break.

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#12
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Using your logic, grabbing the neck and lifting the guitar by it while binding massively will make the neck break.

(mutters about noobs calling others noobs)

*mutters about noobs not being able to detect sarcasm*

Seriously though, wall hangers can stretch out your neck. It can actually be useful if you want to extend your scale length, its like a baritone conversion but you don't have to change any parts.
#13
^ Mine went to a 26.5 from a 25.5. I need another half inch. Another ten years?
#14
If you add some weights you can do it faster. Add a few kg's and it'll do it in about 6 months