Picture of How to attach a fast, cheap guitar strap
I had a problem when I noticed my guitar only had one button for a strap, so I couldn't put one on. Luckily, I found a cheap way.

Step 1: Materials

The materials you will need are:

I) A guitar

2) A guitar hero strap

3) Some yarn (7 in. or more will be good)
samade1 year ago
very helpful. thanks
fordf150man3 years ago
you can also use combat paracord it would look awesome
erinmyhead6 years ago
That's how I used to attach my guitar strap, except I used a shoelace wrapped around a couple times and tied with lots of knots.
JKibs956 years ago
I did this when I first got my guitar, except I used an actual guitar strap. When I did mine the yarn kept breaking, so I got like six pieces of yarn and braided them together. Still on after like 3 years
Charleyy6 years ago
'Pretty good idea. I have the same problem...very handy, thanks :) Although I may have the problem of acquiring the strap from my little brother lol.'
downhilldman (author)  Charleyy6 years ago
yeah, haha. i don't play guitar hero any more, and nobody else in my house plays it any more so i could do wat ever i wanted with the strap
Lucky! lol.
any guitar strap will do... just get a nylon one from your local music store they're not that expensive....
Is the keyboard in the back a Yamaha PSR-273?
downhilldman (author)  GorillazMiko6 years ago
I don't know, but it is a yamaha. How did you know?
Check the RIGHT blue speaker, right under the right side of it, it should say PSR-273. If it is, then it's because I have that same one, and I have that same... note book stand.. or whatever.
Nevermind, its not the same one.
downhilldman (author)  GorillazMiko6 years ago
yeah, it's a YPT-300. I checked.
CameronSS6 years ago
I think I'd tend to use something a bit heftier than yarn to hold up my guitar...polyester twine, perhaps, or braided monofilament, or Kevlar (awesomeness!), or just a piece of leather thong. Other than that, nice Instructable!
downhilldman (author)  CameronSS6 years ago
I changed the 2nd step with a hint to tie it around a couple of times. Does that work?
I agree, yarn could lead to a very sad event. That said, if you pop out to a guitar store, you can get extra strap buttons for about a dollar, some shops will even install if for you for a few more. Even so, it's easy to do yourself, just drill a pilot hole a little smaller than the screw into your neck joint, then screw it in. I've always hated straps that attach up to the headstock. But hey, you have the same guitar as me!