#4
hmmmmmm, got it.
Huge chunk of solid steel
duck tape
straight to the back of the guitar
heavy as shit
balanced, job done!!!!
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#7
Move the strap button to the neck heel. That'll help with the neck heavyness.
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#8
the leather strap idea seems your best bet, i have a neck heavy guitar but after buying a good qaulity strap that holds in place it was fine
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#9
get a wide leather strap and if you just got the guitar play it for a week or 2 youll get used to it
#12
My SG is very much neck heavy and with a nice leather strap (with fluff underneath :P) It solved it no problem, because it didn't slip so much.
#14
You would want to put it about where the neck plate would be if it were a bolt on neck.
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Last edited by Will_Minus at Feb 7, 2007,
#15
Quote by notsojoeyb4eva

duck tape



a duck would get mad if you turned it into tape. . .


its duct, i cant believe people over the age of 7 are saying duck instead of duct.


anyways, the best place to put the strap button is where the neck meets the body, like an SG. make sense?
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#16
Quote by tubadude
a duck would get mad if you turned it into tape. . .


its duct, i cant believe people over the age of 7 are saying duck instead of duct.


anyways, the best place to put the strap button is where the neck meets the body, like an SG. make sense?


yes that does. thank you.

how would i go about do this? unscrew it, then screw it back in? would it go through the neck?
#17
You'll want to drill a pilot hole, The best place to put it would be that little part of the body that is closest to the neck, it's usually curved. Drill about a centimetre above the centre line so you don't risk running into your truss rod.
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