Do you know of a cheap, yet secure method to hang Sax on the wall...guess I could jerry-rig some deal, but I just bet someone here has a great Idea I wouldn't come up with on my own.
Make sure it's a strong 1" rope made of cotton, hemp, nylon, plastic or other natural or synthetic or other type of material. Make a large loop in the rope, leaving about three feet of slack on the short end. Loop the short end back on itself about a foot, then turn the rope and begin spiraling it upwards toward the long end in tight, intimate coils around all three lengths of rope until only about 6" of rope remains. Open the last coil a little bit and run the end of the rope (at the end of the coils) through the gap in the coil and then pull it very tight. Attach the long end of the rope to the wall (or ceiling) making sure the loop only droops down far enough to let the sax dangle freely when it is hung. Drop the noose over the neck of the sax, have a priest say a prayer, and let it drop!Bikedog said:Do you know of a cheap, yet secure method to hang Sax on the wall...?
Hey RTT, you could sell that hammer to the US government for about $800 and turn a pretty profit. They tend to make purchases like that.RootyTootoot said:I have a large box of 6/7 inch nails in my possession and a very good hammer that I bought from B&Q. $95 ono.