|Project by SJWoodCreations||posted 02-09-2016 07:02 PM||720 views||1 time favorited||4 comments|
I got tired of getting my guitar out of it’s case every time I wanted to play, and having a 1 year old pit bull kind of eliminates using my floor stand, so I cranked out this rudimentary hanger.
It’s made of some pallet wood scraps that I had planed down previously, and it’s pretty simple construction. The two “arms” are glued into tight-fitting dadoes on the back piece, and I used a couple of rasps to carve out recesses to match the contour of the guitar’s head (and also to keep it from sliding/turning). I countersunk and bored two holes for screws, and found a nicely placed wall stud to install it.
This was a pretty successful prototype, ugly as it may be, so I’ll probably make a few more for my other guitars and use some nicer scraps. I think these would make great gifts too, but you just have to be pretty precise with the clearances, as all guitar necks/heads have different dimensions. Thanks for looking!
-- Sam --- Tulsa, OK