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Much like the music you create, instruments are works of art in themselves. For this reason, it only makes sense to keep them protected when they're not being played on. Of course, it's also only natural that you'd enjoy showing off your favorite instrument for others to see, and for that, String Swing has the perfect accessory waiting for you in this catalog. In fact, String Swing specializes in a wide variety of stands, racks, hangers, and bumpers for the purpose of displaying your axe of choice while keeping it safely guarded.

So which option is best for you? That will be a matter of personal preference. For instance, if you're the owner of multiple guitars, and you'd like them within arm's reach during your rehearsals, check out the String Swing 5 Guitar Hanger. Easy to mount and fully adjustable, this wall hanger can maintain up to five instruments, and can also pivot up to 180 degrees. Now for those who prefer to have their guitars closer to ground level, take a look at the Side-Loading Inline Guitar Rack. On stage or in the studio, this rack safely holds up to 6 guitars. Additionally, it's crafted from solid ash hardwood, and folds easily for effortless transportation.

String Swing also makes hangers for traditional instruments like ukuleles, mandolins, and banjos. One of their biggest sellers is the Swing Home and Studio Metal Banjo Hanger, and it features a metal block backing for extra durability, and a rubber-coated arm to protect your banjo's finish. Stable and compact, this hanger is an ideal accessory for any banjoist to own.

It goes without saying that every musician should own a case or gig bag for their guitar. However, it's also been proven that people tend to play their instruments more often when they're close by and in clear view. With that in mind, you can take comfort in knowing that String Swing's line of accessories are constructed with your instrument's well-being kept in mind every step of the way.