- Aug 7, 2022
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Any fool knows "SG" stands for "Solid Guitar"Yeah, it works fine on an SG; the S stands for "solid"
My SG had neck dive & "front dive". Moving the strap button fixed it. The ES has "front dive". When standing, having a strap on, the guitar falls away from you, and you have to pull it back towards you when you play. The strap button relocation on my SG worked to fix both. But the ES is so body heavy that the neck dive isn't a problem. Same with my 2nd SG, no neck dive, but it has "front dive". Honestly, front dive is much more annoying. Though the ES has slight problems with actual body dive, where the body falls down... but it's not bad. The neck heel strap buttons are very annoying to me.As to "front dive", I haven't spent enough time on SGs to notice, but on ESs & jazz boxes, if it's there at all the large lower bass bout under my upper arm counters it so well that I have never noticed it. Moving the button from the heel to the upper bass bout would be much more effective at countering neck dive.