I'm having some tele hanging problems, guys: I have a couple of those "string swing" type guitar wall hangers, basically it's a block of wood with a single padded Y-shaped hanger sticking out that pivots, and the guitar's headstock is supposed to keep it from slipping through. The problem is, the Tele's headstock has no "shoulder" on one side. My teles keep twisting in the hanger and slipping down. I'm afraid they're going to fall...one already took a dive from a similar home-made hanger I had it in, fortunately only minor damage... but I don't trust these things. I've thought about tying a string around the headstock at the neck, and looping the other end around the hanger, but then if it does fall it will still bang against the wall. There are those little rubber doohickeys that are supposed to keep the guitar on the hanger - they go across the two forks of the Y shape - but I'm not sure I really trust them to hold the guitar if it twists sideways and slips down. I thought about wrapping rubber bands around each arm of the Y, so the guitar can't twist - haven't tried it yet. Does anyone have a better system, or is there a hanger specifically designed for the Tele headstock? These things seem like they're really meant for a six-on-a-side headstock. Any ideas?