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The wood block is chamfered and has a 1 3/4" by 4" base (part that touches the wall) tapered to a 1 1/4" by 3 1/2" top where hook is screwed in. The entire unit sticks out 5 5/8" from the wall. The distance between to two prongs (hook) is 2".
Richard Warren
· June 9, 2013
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The hooks are very sturdy, but the main consideration is how the hooks are fastened to the wall. I recommend using a longer screws and mounting the hooks to a stud behind the drywall, or using a set of heavy duty drywall taps if the bass is more than 10lbs. I hung three guitars including a Fender Strat that was 8.5 l… see more The hooks are very sturdy, but the main consideration is how the hooks are fastened to the wall. I recommend using a longer screws and mounting the hooks to a stud behind the drywall, or using a set of heavy duty drywall taps if the bass is more than 10lbs. I hung three guitars including a Fender Strat that was 8.5 lbs with no problem. The hooks come with a set of screws. The screws are not long enough to screw deep enough into a stud behind drywall. I used a longer set of screws that better matched the drywall taps I was using. see less The hooks are very sturdy, but the main consideration is how the hooks are fastened to the wall. I recommend using a longer screws and mounting the hooks to a stud behind the drywall, or using a set of heavy duty drywall taps if the bass is more than 10lbs. I hung three guitars including a Fender Strat that was 8.5 lbs with no problem. The hooks come with a set of screws. The screws are not long enough to screw deep enough into a stud behind drywall. I used a longer set of screws that better matched the drywall taps I was using.
S. Bouldin
· December 27, 2013
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Yes, but if you would like absolute peace of mind check out the CC01K-BW and keeper strap combo which includes a strap to keep the guitar securely in place.
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String Swing
Seller · November 28, 2018
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It’s a matter of preference. Some people like to have them easily accessible/on display, others like to store them in their case to avoid dust, or possible damage from kids or pets.
Alexis T
· August 13, 2019
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If you use the anchors, you can install in plaster/drywall. It's not necessary to install on a stud.
Tim Bailey
· July 30, 2020
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I just used a typical drywall screw. If you do not screw it in the stud you can get screw anchors to secure it properly.
Kyle m.
· December 27, 2020
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For a ukulele or mandolin, you'll want to order the SS Model CC01UK - simply type in the following in the Amazon search field B00G8JRAM8 String Swing also makes specific hangers for wider neck guitars (like classical) CCO1, banjo CC01B and violin CC01V. They are all the same wood block with slightly different hanger… see more For a ukulele or mandolin, you'll want to order the SS Model CC01UK - simply type in the following in the Amazon search field B00G8JRAM8 String Swing also makes specific hangers for wider neck guitars (like classical) CCO1, banjo CC01B and violin CC01V. They are all the same wood block with slightly different hangers made specifically for the neck width. Just be sure when you order that you get the wood color you want - many Sellers (including Amazon) do not give you that option. Also, insist on buying from a String Swing authorized retailer - these come with a lifetime warranty when purchased from an authorized retailer. Your Friends at EZPICKN see less For a ukulele or mandolin, you'll want to order the SS Model CC01UK - simply type in the following in the Amazon search field B00G8JRAM8 String Swing also makes specific hangers for wider neck guitars (like classical) CCO1, banjo CC01B and violin CC01V. They are all the same wood block with slightly different hangers made specifically for the neck width. Just be sure when you order that you get the wood color you want - many Sellers (including Amazon) do not give you that option. Also, insist on buying from a String Swing authorized retailer - these come with a lifetime warranty when purchased from an authorized retailer. Your Friends at EZPICKN
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Seller · December 23, 2013
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Yes, it will work for a bass. The weight limit is 15lbs.
String Swing
Seller · May 11, 2020
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I had no issues with the dimensions.
James Geddie
· January 21, 2018