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morose

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Just curious if anyone has tried to improve the balance by moving the strap button on the guitar back up so it is just behind the top horn. Any difference in balance?
 

Norton

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If you're going to move a strap button.... I'd say that It's a lot easier to move the bottom strap button. Less visually invasive, etc.
 

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My guitar had the strap button moved on the top of upper horn.

It made absolutely no difference, it look just looked f-ugly. :hmm:
 
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Lose 5 ugly ounces when you swap Grover ratomatics for Kluson deluxe style tuners. Add a light weight Maestro to the tail and voila, no more neck dive!
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I still say you cant beat a house brick tied to the
rear strap button is the best solution. I always do this on stage.

If this doesnt work then a breeze block will certainly do the job.
 


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