#3
Hmm. . . maybe a blank belt buckle with some kind of straplock mechanism built into it, but that'd call from some modifications to the back of the guitar also lol
#4
Theres some kind of guitar strap thats like a harnis, it goes over both sholders and attatches to your guitars strap buttons. You can spin it 360 degrees. No modifications needed. Cant remember what there called though
#5
Quote by jonnyguitarman
Theres some kind of guitar strap thats like a harnis, it goes over both sholders and attatches to your guitars strap buttons. You can spin it 360 degrees. No modifications needed. Cant remember what there called though


Correct me if Im wrong, but doesnt michae angelo batio use one of those straps?


It should'nt be to hard to make one if ur willing to modify the back of ur guitar...

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#6
The ghetto method: Use a Covertec pager clip (or a similar style), and put that in your belt. Then screw the button onto the back of your guitar at the point where it balances best.
#7
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The ghetto method: Use a Covertec pager clip (or a similar style), and put that in your belt. Then screw the button onto the back of your guitar at the point where it balances best.

where would one aquire a Covertec page clip?
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#8
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where would one aquire a Covertec page clip?

Well, as I said, a similar style would suffice. The important bit is that it has a round button that can rotate freely in the receiver... You should be able to pick one up anywhere they sell accessories for cellular phones or the like...

This is the basic design:
#9
you have to use a harness for stuff like this, because if you dont it ends up pulling your pants off, suspenders might work though, assuming they're tight, and you can wear them under your shirt...
#10
I would laugh until I pissed myself if I saw someone spin their guitar until their pants fell down.
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#11
so funny, i was thinking about this today, just build a big strap lock and strap it onto the guitar/ your belt
#12
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you have to use a harness for stuff like this, because if you dont it ends up pulling your pants off, suspenders might work though, assuming they're tight, and you can wear them under your shirt...

That's just for people who wear baggy pants around their ass and not proper pants around their waist... Pants are supposed to fit, and you should tighten the belt if they don't. Noone wants to see your underwear... And if your pants fit right you can rest a lot of weight on a clip on your belt. Where I used to work I carried a work phone in a similar clip in my belt, and when I carried bulky and heavy stuff I'd halfway rest it on the clip when I needed a hand for opening doors, writing stuff down, etc. and the pants never left my waist. It's not a problem, really.
#13
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I would laugh until I pissed myself if I saw someone spin their guitar until their pants fell down.

Haha, that would be pretty damn funny.
#14
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Correct me if Im wrong, but doesnt michae angelo batio use one of those straps?


It should'nt be to hard to make one if ur willing to modify the back of ur guitar...

actualy you are wrong, mab uses a normal strap that he wraps over both sholders and attaches to a larger single pin, and yes if you do it this way it can spin, but you gotta make shure it secure otherwise your gonna look like a dumbass
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#15
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otherwise your gonna look like a dumbass


I don't think there's any way to avoid that.
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#16
What kind of guitar do you have? I doubt a bit of plastic is going to support something like a les paul, or something similar to that.
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#17
Wouldn't putting a strap button on the back, then taking both ends of the strap, and attatching it to that work?

Oh, make sure the guitar isn't too low. While it would be hilarious to see someone try to spin their guitar just to have the headstock smash against the ground, it would totaly suck for you.
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#18
Quote by Will_Minus
Wouldn't putting a strap button on the back, then taking both ends of the strap, and attatching it to that work?

Oh, make sure the guitar isn't too low. While it would be hilarious to see someone try to spin their guitar just to have the headstock smash against the ground, it would totaly suck for you.

that would be awesome to see
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Wouldn't putting a strap button on the back, then taking both ends of the strap, and attatching it to that work?

.

thats how mab does it so it would work
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#22
when i read the first post .. i thought you meant belt buckle for your belt for your trousers
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