I have a fairly small home office / music room / recording studio space to work with. The room is 10'x10' with 8' ceilings, so floor space is at a premium. In this space I need to stuff a fairly sizeable corner desk, a 4' LAN rack, a structured wiring rack (not a cabinet, but a 7u wall mount rack), a couple of chairs, and a 4 drawer vertical file cabinet. The LAN rack has desktop PCs designed / built around the quietest technology budget would allow, but still makes some noise. I will be placing up sound baffles made from movers blankets to mute the noise from the rack. The rest of the space can and will be reserved for music use. I will be placing a Yamaha or Casio, haven't decided yet, 88 key digital piano for my wife, and of course the bench / pedals there, I have my amp, and I need to house my 2 (hopefully 3 soon) basses, 2 accoustic, and 1 electric guitar as well as a small guitar combo amp. The combo amp I have a space for, but the instruments for all intents and purposes MUST be stored on the walls just for floor space sake. Studs aren't exactly in the most convenient places possible, so I was thinking about adding a 1x4 strip of wood just above the door trim, anchored securely to the studs via 2.5" screws. If anyone else has done this, is 1x4 sufficient? Do I need to add anything like construction adhesive to bond the board to the drywall as well or is simply screwed to the studs sufficient? Also, I already have 2 string swing hangers, but would like to know if these are as good as wall hangers get, or are there other, perhaps better options out there.