Left vs Right

While the left version is our most popular orientation, either one can hold both left-handed and right-handed guitars, basses, banjos, and many other stringed instruments. Selection is primarily based on the instrument's neck style and personal preference.

Here's a quick visual guide to help you decide.

GuitarGrip guitar hanger size chart.

Left vs Right

Need help deciding? Pick your Headstock!

While the left version is our most popular orientation, either one can hold both left-handed and right-handed guitars, basses, banjos, and many other stringed instruments. Selection is primarily based on the instrument's headstock shape and personal preference.

Left or Right fits great!

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Left or Right fits great!

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Left or Right fits great!

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Left or Right fits great!

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Left or Right fits great!

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We suggest a left-hand grip!

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We suggest a left-hand grip!

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We suggest a left-hand grip!

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We suggest a left-hand grip!

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We suggest a left-hand grip!

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We suggest a left-hand grip!

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We suggest a right-hand grip!

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We suggest a right-hand grip!

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Left or Right fits great!

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Left or Right fits great!

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We suggest a left-hand grip!

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We suggest a left-hand grip!

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We suggest a right-hand grip!

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We suggest a right-hand grip!

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We suggest a right-hand grip!

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We suggest a right-hand grip!

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Left or Right fits great!

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Left or Right fits great!

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