#1
I prefer to have my guitar on a 45 degree angle when I play stay standing up; much like how the guitar is when I'm sitting down with it on my left knee.
My problem is that it is constantly slipping down making it a serious pain to play when standing up. I'm putting more energy into keeping the guitar up and it's hindering my performance.

Anyone else have a similar problem?
Any modifications I could make to a cheap strap to stop it from sliding?
#3
depends on the guitar you have, like i have an SG and those guitars are neck heavy so they just tend to drop, f'en pain. To stop it i have got a seatbelt cushion, like what you would see in a car http://www.binbin.net/photos/ex-spider/ex-/ex-spider-seat-belt-pad.jpg

Its not foolproof unfortunally but it works, or you could attach a velcro strip on the part of the strap that rests on your shoulder so its held to your top, that should work too
#4
Quote by slasher2169
depends on the guitar you have, like i have an SG and those guitars are neck heavy so they just tend to drop, f'en pain. To stop it i have got a seatbelt cushion, like what you would see in a car http://www.binbin.net/photos/ex-spider/ex-/ex-spider-seat-belt-pad.jpg

Its not foolproof unfortunally but it works, or you could attach a velcro strip on the part of the strap that rests on your shoulder so its held to your top, that should work too


My SG is the same. I just use a wide leather strap with a rough underside, that seems to keep it stuck to my t-shirt.
#5
Quote by crevs1972
My SG is the same. I just use a wide leather strap with a rough underside, that seems to keep it stuck to my t-shirt.


yeah that would work too actually