#1
Well on my epiphone SG the strap button is on the base of the neck.
Personally I like it better on the horn.
I don't really care to much for the condition of the body.
So should I:
A.Get out the drill and just do it my self?
B.Get a profesional to do it?
C.LEAVE IT WHERE IT IS!
#2
Do it your self its not that hard to do. It would affect the resale value if you ever wanted to that.
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#3
the buttons placed where it is for a reason. It is put there because the guitar is most balanced and strongest there. for exaple if you attach it to the horn and then you jump around with your guitar u culd brake the horn off. so i say leave it where it is.
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#4
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the buttons placed where it is for a reason. It is put there because the guitar is most balanced and strongest there. for exaple if you attach it to the horn and then you jump around with your guitar u culd brake the horn off. so i say leave it where it is.


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#5
Leave it - it's a pain on the Epi SG, but in order to screw it into the horn where there is likely to be enough strength, it'll probably screw up the balance of the guitar.
#6
Yeah it will probably screw the balance.

I say just leave it where is it.

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#7
Just move the button up a little where it's not centered anymore.

Viola! A more balanced guitar!
#8
Just cos Iommi does it... it doesn't make the balance any better, and weakens the upper horn unless you are careful.