#1
I have alot of problems with my Michael Schenker Standard V but one that bugs me the most is its very uncomfortable to play. Its uneven weight-wise so when the guitar is just like hanging there the headstock and neck pull down so the body gets pulled up. I was wondering what i can do to stop that from happening? Do i need to move the strap locks or what should i do?
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#3
The main problem with guitars like that is that they rock, and they look bloody good but they have weight issues

i've got a Thunderbird, i know about it

They're built simply to look good

putting a strap lock on the headstock could work though
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#4
Quote by cleft11
thats because your neck is very heavy, or your body is very light


its a basswood body and i think the neck is maple... rosewood fretboard... the body is incredibly light
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#5
Thunderbirds have it all the time. Put a strap lock where the neck joins the body (pretty much), and if needed, one at the upper horn part of the V.
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#6
move your bottom strap button towards the neck as much as possible.

a more extreme thing to do is to put weight on the body. a temp solution is to get meta flatbar and adhesive velcro to stick it to the body. i actually had a guy melt lead into copper pipe, then he drilled out some of the back and put the lead pipe into the body.
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