Best Place to Buy

Okay, in response to the dozens of emails I’ve been getting on the topic, truly the best place on the Web I’ve found to buy the Hercules GSP38WB guitar hanger (the one from the YouTube video) is Amazon.com.  Almost every online retailer of the Hercules product has a store within Amazon, so you can do all of your comparison shopping in a single, trusted space.  Prices hold constant in the $14 to $25 range and as you’ll see here, some retailers include free shipping.  A couple of them are actually fulfilled by Amazon, so if you spend more than $25 on your entire Amazon order, you’ll typically get their Free Super Saver Shipping.  If this is confusing, regardless of which retailer you buy from on Amazon, they all use the Amazon store front, but only a couple of the current retailers actually have Amazon fulfill your order (i.e. – your product will arrive in an Amazon box vs. your product arriving straight from the retailer).  From what I can see at the time of this post, the second option in these search results (the Brook Mays store on Amazon.com), is your best bet at $15.49 per guitar hanger, with free shipping regardless of order size.  I’ve bought from here in the past and have had a great experience every time.  Best price, free shipping, fast delivery.

Hope this helps point you in the right direction!

Keep on hangin’ –

GH

 

Comments

  1. is that an 78 Tele? I’m gonna buy 6 of these babies (wall hangers) but the GSP39WB model.

  2. Chuck Norris says:

    are dry wall nails/anchors ok???

  3. BeeGreeen says:

    I just bought a wall rack for 1 of my guitars, my BC rich ironbird does NOT want to stand on a regular stand

  4. MRGuitarphantom says:

    its a good thing your door doesn’t open inwards lol

  5. [..YouTube..] They’ll hold any guitar, it’s more a matter of how you secure the hanger to the wall. If your guitar is particularly heavy, I would recommend drilling straight into the studs rather than using anchors.

  6. [..YouTube..] The right call !

  7. breckerdorn says:

    Do you really need an 8minute video to demo how to put two screws in the wall?

  8. breckerdorn says:

    Why pretend you’re reviewing something when you’re advertising your own product. Seriously — it’s a $15 wall hanger…is that the kind of product that NEEDS sneaky advertising to survive?!?

  9. will this be safe if i hang it to the wall over my bed? 😀

  10. VampierMSX says:

    bought and installed 3 yesterday; great product… and you don’t even need a wall bumper like with some off these cheap ones.

  11. I like the hanger, and think I may get one for my les paul, but one question. Does the hanger adjust for different guitar thickness, so an acoustic dreadnaught body style will hang without leaning against the wall, or is it possibly far enough from the wall for both electric and acoustic.

  12. SpaciousBat says:

    I just bought a Hercules GSP39WB for my Les Paul… I play it all the time but i also like to display it… will the hanger eventually fall off if I take the guitar off the hanger a lot?? Please Help! Thank you!

  13. [..YouTube..] studs are pretty strong, i’ve hung radiators on them (i’m a plumber). just dont go hanging your razorback straight onto the gyproc. an easy way to find the studs id with a magnet, you will find the screws that hold the gyproc to the stud no problem.

  14. sgbigsby1989 says:

    studs are pretty strong, i’ve hung radiators on them (i’m a plumber). just dont go hanging your razorback straight onto the gyproc. an easy way to find the studs id with a magnet, you will find the screws that hold the gyproc to the stud no problem.

  15. [..YouTube..] Absolutely not – that’s what it’s for. I have a Les Paul hanging right now and it gets more use than any other guitar I have. Go for it – I just put a post on Guitar-Hangers regarding current best pricing and places to buy. Good luck! (and sorry for the late reply…had issues with the site recently)

  16. GuitarHangers says:

    Absolutely not – that’s what it’s for. I have a Les Paul hanging right now and it gets more use than any other guitar I have. Go for it – I just put a post on Guitar-Hangers regarding current best pricing and places to buy. Good luck! (and sorry for the late reply…had issues with the site recently)

  17. [..YouTube..] Another great question … and another apology for the late reply. You shouldn’t have any trouble using the same hanger for different body types of guitars. I hang both electrics and acoustics with the GSP38WB. And for what it’s worth, I just took a measurement from the wall to the back of the neck of my Telecaster, and it was 5 inches. A measurement of the wall to the body of my Martin acoustic still leaves 3 inches of space. You should be fine regardless of guitar type.

  18. GuitarHangers says:

    Another great question … and another apology for the late reply. You shouldn’t have any trouble using the same hanger for different body types of guitars. I hang both electrics and acoustics with the GSP38WB. And for what it’s worth, I just took a measurement from the wall to the back of the neck of my Telecaster, and it was 5 inches. A measurement of the wall to the body of my Martin acoustic still leaves 3 inches of space. You should be fine regardless of guitar type.

  19. [..YouTube..] No – you probably don’t. But did you need two posts to be an idiot? Just trying to help people out.

  20. GuitarHangers says:

    No – you probably don’t. But did you need two posts to be an idiot? Just trying to help people out.

  21. [..YouTube..] Thanks. I ended up with two of them, one for the electric, and one for the acoustic, and they work great.

  22. quedorf says:

    Thanks. I ended up with two of them, one for the electric, and one for the acoustic, and they work great.

  23. [..YouTube..] I, and most people could care less if it is his own product. It is a great hanger, and well worth $15. And not only does it work ideally, it looks much much better than a homemade hack job item, that will in the end cost nearly as much, and do the job half as well. Kudos to these guitar hangers.

  24. quedorf says:

    I, and most people could care less if it is his own product. It is a great hanger, and well worth $15. And not only does it work ideally, it looks much much better than a homemade hack job item, that will in the end cost nearly as much, and do the job half as well. Kudos to these guitar hangers.

  25. [..YouTube..] Thanks … but I SWEAR it’s not my product. Hercules makes all kinds of instrument stands and hangers, I just prefer them over any other kind I’ve tried. What’s next? I’m Les Paul because I like those too?

  26. GuitarHangers says:

    Thanks … but I SWEAR it’s not my product. Hercules makes all kinds of instrument stands and hangers, I just prefer them over any other kind I’ve tried. What’s next? I’m Les Paul because I like those too?

  27. [..YouTube..] I figured it was not your personal product. I really did not care either way. Made no difference. I just did not like the tone the other guy gave off on his comment. I felt I had to say something. You are Les Paul??? Cool. LOL

  28. quedorf says:

    I figured it was not your personal product. I really did not care either way. Made no difference. I just did not like the tone the other guy gave off on his comment. I felt I had to say something. You are Les Paul??? Cool. LOL

  29. GuitarHangers says:

    @quedorf Glad they worked for you. For $15, they’re hard to beat. We’ll let @breckerdorn off the hook so he can go back into his mom’s basement 😉 Have a good one.

  30. [..YouTube..] You’re a dumbass

  31. rdskn4eva says:

    You’re a dumbass

  32. [..YouTube..] hi, I’ve seen guitars supported from both ends, don’t you use a body support also? Is it safe to just let it hang like that? Thanks!

  33. ArianeQube says:

    hi, I’ve seen guitars supported from both ends, don’t you use a body support also? Is it safe to just let it hang like that? Thanks!

  34. [..YouTube..] Just depends on the type of hanger you use. Usually the ones that support the body are more permanent. Not only is this particular Hercules model safe, it lets you pull down the guitar with ease when you actually want to play it. Guitars should be heard first, and seen second. 😉

  35. GuitarHangers says:

    Just depends on the type of hanger you use. Usually the ones that support the body are more permanent. Not only is this particular Hercules model safe, it lets you pull down the guitar with ease when you actually want to play it. Guitars should be heard first, and seen second. 😉

  36. [..YouTube..] This is just what I was looking for. I especially like the swivel feature. Thanks for posting.

  37. TheParallelParallel says:

    This is just what I was looking for. I especially like the swivel feature. Thanks for posting.

  38. [..YouTube..] What are the plastic plugs for?

  39. Fernandez3995 says:

    What are the plastic plugs for?

  40. [..YouTube..] They’re drywall anchors in case you want to hang your guitar on a spot on your wall that doesn’t have a stud behind it.

  41. GuitarHangers says:

    They’re drywall anchors in case you want to hang your guitar on a spot on your wall that doesn’t have a stud behind it.

  42. [..YouTube..] Would the body of a jumbo acoustic guitar hit the wall?

  43. bazmaximo says:

    Would the body of a jumbo acoustic guitar hit the wall?

  44. [..YouTube..] I don’t have have a stud finder so I’ve been going off instinct lol & having trouble. It’s a similar hanger to yours in this video; would it be “okay” to just hang it up on dry wall or no?… It’s going to be an Epiphone Les Paul, weighs about 8 or 9 pounds

  45. panterask8r14 says:

    I don’t have have a stud finder so I’ve been going off instinct lol & having trouble. It’s a similar hanger to yours in this video; would it be “okay” to just hang it up on dry wall or no?… It’s going to be an Epiphone Les Paul, weighs about 8 or 9 pounds

  46. [..YouTube..] No! Don’t hang it directly to drywall without a drywall anchors. It’ll pull the hanger and guitar straight out of the wall. Anchors are cheap and very easy to install. Any hardware store will have them – just use the size that matches up whatever screw your guitar hanger came with.

  47. GuitarHangers says:

    No! Don’t hang it directly to drywall without a drywall anchors. It’ll pull the hanger and guitar straight out of the wall. Anchors are cheap and very easy to install. Any hardware store will have them – just use the size that matches up whatever screw your guitar hanger came with.

  48. [..YouTube..] Probably not. Measure the thickness of your guitar body at its widest point and send me the measurement. I’ll check for you. My Martin is pretty modest – only measures about 4 3/4″ at its widest, but there’s still another 3 inches of room between it’s back and the wall. The way the guitar hangs out from the swivel at the head, it pretty much creates whatever space is necessary for whatever thickness the guitar body is. I doubt you’ll have trouble.

  49. GuitarHangers says:

    Probably not. Measure the thickness of your guitar body at its widest point and send me the measurement. I’ll check for you. My Martin is pretty modest – only measures about 4 3/4″ at its widest, but there’s still another 3 inches of room between it’s back and the wall. The way the guitar hangs out from the swivel at the head, it pretty much creates whatever space is necessary for whatever thickness the guitar body is. I doubt you’ll have trouble.

  50. jzimm1075 says:

    I’m getting a Roland Drum Kit in a few weeks. Will these hangers hold my drums if I use two of them?

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