#1
Hi,

I made a guitar for my School Certificate, but i have one problem. It goes head down if you know what i mean.
I need the body heavier. Would it be easier to change the position of the strap buttons?

The body is similar to pine, so it is very light.

Cheers
#5
I'll take some pictures, when I take the guitar home, its due this friday. What sort of weights?
#6
Anything heavy? A big chunk of (insulated) metal would do it.




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#7
Pics would be cool, block nylon has a weight to it, easy to cut and won't interfere with your electrics in anyway so check that out.
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Tanglewood TW28STR
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#9
If I Changed the position of the strap buttons, would I lower them? Would this even it out more?
#10
raise the end one (nearest to the bridge)...

i'm not sure what shape your body is, so i won't say to move the upper one.
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Shwiggity.
#12
i'd say if you could move your strap button that's closest to your right hand up about... a half inch above the cernter line (or the corner-like extrusion), you might balance out nicely.
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#13
I think raising the rear strap button a bit should do it and maybe put the front button a bit under the curve of the horn and it should sit better. nice!