#1
This is a problem that is really getting on my nerves! I'll be playing my jackson standing up, and because of how neck-heavy it is, it keep falling down like this -> \

when I want to keep my guitar turned up like this -> /

is there any way I can modify my guitar to get rid of this imbalance?
#2
hang a brick on your strap peg xD
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#3
yeah, he has the right idea, other than shaving stuff off the neck, just counter balance
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#4
It's pretty easy to fix.
You can just make your strap go over the top horn so it goes over the surface, which can mess up your finish if that bothers you.
Or you can drill a new hole for your strap button on the other side of your neck plate. So instead of the button being on the left of the plate, it'll be on the right and it will help keep your neck from diving as much.
#5
tie the strap round the headstock a la acoustic players
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#6
First use this tool ?*(^# and then cut it like this &#^)@ then you can displace the &#*&%^#$ weight and have an even guitar.?S>??????????//////////
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#7
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This is a problem that is really getting on my nerves! I'll be playing my jackson standing up, and because of how neck-heavy it is, it keep falling down like this -> \

when I want to keep my guitar turned up like this -> /

is there any way I can modify my guitar to get rid of this imbalance?



I don't have this problem, I play this Guitar, or any V shaped guitar for that matter, holding the neck so the head very close to my own, The Randy Rhoads way basically.