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Wall Mount for Acoustic Guitar - Horizontal
Your acoustic guitar is a piece of art, as much as any Van Gogh or Rembrandt. Display it proudly on your wall with this Horizontal Wall Mount for Acoustic Guitars from Monoprice!
This mount attaches to the wall with two screws on a central 3 3/8" plate. On each side of the plate are the rubber tubing covered braces that cradle the guitar in the right-handed playing orientation. Each brace is capped with a plastic plug, ensuring that the metal tubing will not come into contact with your guitar at any point.
The body brace on the left is adjustable horizontally, allowing you to get the perfect fit for any sized guitar. It features 5 3/4" internal spacing to cradle the guitar body. The neck brace is fixed at the end of the bracket and has 1 3/4" internal spacing for the neck.
Overall the bracket is 23 1/4" long. The body brace extends out to about 9 3/8" from the wall and is about 10" tall.
PROS: It was exactly what I was looking for. Great price and great quality!
PROS: Even a vertical wall mount of this quality at the Guitar (middle?) would be around $30 and no horizontal ones are available.
CONS: was sent an electric guitar mount by mistake but i kept it for my monoprice classic electric and used the vertical mount it was on for my new accoustic.
PROS: Mounts easily to wall with included hardware. Looks pretty good!
CONS: It sits a bit far from the wall.
Then per the CONS above we were stuck with the other one of these units as Monoprice won't honor return shipping costs even though they did not accurately represent what they sold. A major disappointment. Hope you'll read this review and the pros and cons so you will not buy this unaware.
PROS: IF (and that is a big If) you needed a bulky, large, right tilted, non versitile stand this IS the mount for you.
CONS: While you can adjust the length of the instrument holder, the entire unit still remains a fixed length and as it is big and black it is very unattractive. The padded bars that hold the body of the guitar are BIG and take away from the beautiful instrument you've just invested so much to not only preserve but mount. AND you cannot change the direction of the mount. It must be angled with the neck to the right. Although it appears in the ads to be interchangeable it isn't. So you are stuck with a BIG, UGLY, LONG right tilted only guitar mount.