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Guitar Case Storage

"Lots of guys have one or two cases, and they don't take up much space. Some guys have 6 or 7, and even then it's not that big of a deal. I, however, have a few more than that, and one of them is a double-neck case. While the "back of the closet" will work for most, I've come up with a super-simple, super-cheap way to clean up case storage.

Here are some pics of the cases in my shop area:


Yep, super-basic. It's a closet rod, mounted vertically, about 1 case-width from the wall.

Here you can see the (2) 2 1/2" wood screws that attach the top to the wood underflooring:


Depending on the height available, they will hold 5 or 6 cases each.

If you do two side-by-side, make sure you leave enough space between them to slide the cases out. It won't take much, maybe 3" or 4". My setup is a little different (end to end), because I only take the cases out once a year.'

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Great idea for electric cases.

For acoustic cases maybe alternating the way they face so that they are on top of each other... top of the case pointing right  and the next case the top would be facing left and so on.  Webbing straps, like seat belts material, could also be made hanging from shelf on top going to the floor and secured. Accessories could then be stored on this shelf.

Great idea, thanks @Kevan .

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?Foolish inquiry cases are filled by guitar. ?Case does not damage other case by metal bottom. Is good saves much space of floor. Many variety of case pleasant to look.

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