GUITAR WALL HANGER

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Intro: GUITAR WALL HANGER

Many of us play different musical instrument and we are always bored to pack it back again in the instrument cover. My mom always scolds me for not putting things in right places so I came up with this instructables where we are going to make a guitar wall hanger which can be also use to hang SKATEBOARD also with few changes. Cost of the whole project is around 2$. It looks really cool when it is done.

Step 1: REQUIREMENTS

For this instructable you require,

Requirements
1-pvc pipe
2-pipe connectors
3-screws

Tools
1-Drill and bits
2- Hand saw

Step 2: MEASUREMENT

Take measurements of your guitar (i.e width,length and broadness). Point out the main points where you are going to support your guitar . I have uploaded an image of my guitar where the points are highlighted and thus take the measurements at those points

Step 3: CUT THE PIPES

Cut the pipes as measured . Connect the pipe connectors and your done with your hangers
Drill holes through the pipe as showed in the image . Do it for all the t-shaped connectors as they will be fixed on the walls later.

Step 4: PUT SCREWS AND FIX IT ON THE WALL

Get the screws required from local hardware store. Drill holes wherever you want to hang you guitar. Connect you t-shaped connectors to the walls via screws and connect the other parts of the hanger. You can remove the vertical part of your hanger if not required as you can see in this case.

Step 5: HANG YOUR GUITAR AND DONE!!!

Hang your guitar on hangers and your done. You can also put your skateboards, 
longboards, snowboards to the hangers by just cutting pipes as per your boards and connecting it to your T-shaped connectors.

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    nayano

    3 years ago on Introduction

    can anyone give me the support points for an les paul. and thanks in advance :),have a nice day

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    brunnete8D

    4 years ago on Introduction

    I've done one like this on my wall. Really similar our ideas :D. I did one to stay on floor too and posted it here. Good work :D.

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    VGR101Kiteman

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Yup.....you can give three support points. I have attached one image to this you can give those three points as support points. It will work definately

    guitar hld.jpg