Okay, so, fed up with the fact that none of my string swings, or my "wide model" Off The Wall hanger, could accommodate my GT7, off I went to Home Depot. I didn't find anything in the usual ruber-coated-shovel-hangers, but what I found was this: It's a hanger for "electric garden tools" and shows a picture of a weedwhacker hanging from the thing - it's got an upper, forked hanger, and a lower single hook for the cord, all attached to a vertical wall bracket. So I bought this ($2.97) and brought it home. I proceeded then to cut thru the 1/2, maybe 5/8" metal the whole thing is formed out of, with the Dremel, so i could just have the forked part. Plenty wide enough for my GT7 and the shaft fit into my string swing mounting plate already on the wall, with a little coaxing! Covered the tines of the fork with fake fur from a guitar stand I had. So now, my GT7 ain't goin nowhere! Yaaaay! I'm just a little concerned as to the weld of the fork onto the shaft, because as I was hammering away at the last bit of the joint (dremel didn't go all the way thru) the forked part actually swung over to the side a littler, so i had to hammer it back straight. but I couldn't bend it by hand even after that, so I dont *think* the 12-lb Conklin will break the weld. perhaps a small bolt drilled right thru the weld would make me feel better, but i'm just leaving it alone for now. Disclaimer: if mine breaks and my Conklin falls, I shall cry. Therefore, do this at your own risk. But thus far not a hint of problem - pics to follow!