Dunlop Straplok System

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A case-hardened system for safe, secure strap attachment. Features a 4-ball lock and recessed plunger. Set of 2.

Dunlop Straplok System Nickel


Item # 0246-N
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4 or more $10.05
Dunlop Straplok System Black


Item # 0246-B
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4 or more $11.18
Dunlop Straplok System Gold


Item # 0246-G
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4 or more $17.75
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A case-hardened system for safe, secure strap attachment. Features a 4-ball lock and recessed plunger. Set of 2.

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Dunlop Straplok System

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By JBY from Arlington, WA
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, February 17, 2013

Excellent quality; low profile (won't catch-on anything; solid, secure lock-up. Installed with #4018-B (Black Felt Washer) 3X thicker than OEM.

Does what they're supposed to

By hendricks5150 from FL
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, December 21, 2012

I've been putting these on my guitars for 8 years. Never had one fail yet.

Only thing I would improve is the screws. They are a bit soft and should really be substituted with some harder flat-head ones.

Standard Equipment

By BigRMV from California
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, November 19, 2012

I've been revamping old guitars and ALWAYS replace the existing strap buttons with Dunlop Straploks. They're inexpensive, they work great, function as strap lock and regular strap button and make changing between guitars quick and secure.

Great stuff

By Einar from Sweden
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, November 11, 2012

A bit fiddly to get the retainer clip on (and be sure that it sets right!), but once that's done, you're safe as houses.

straplok safety

By insolent cur from Ithaca, NY
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, November 09, 2012

All it took was catching a guitar once to realize what an asset these are. I now have straploks on all of my electric guitars. Solid, simple and safe.


By jnoel4 from Hamden, CT
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, October 18, 2012

Yes, it happened. My most expensive guitar almost hit the tile floor in my studio due to loose strap button holes. No more .... My Dunlop strap locks will give me peace of mind for years to come! Thank you StewMac for carrying these. It was really convenient for me to tack these on to my order. I probably would not have taken the trouble to order them otherwise.

Very good

By Andr+¬ from S+úo Paulo, SP - Brazil
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, August 04, 2012

Put one of these in my fender guitar made in mexico. Awesome quality like everything that's made by dunlop. I used to install the Grover Quick-release Strap Locks, that like the dunlops, are very good, but I found more practical. i like the ease of use of the dunlop straplocks.

Great stuff

By Al Librero from Philippines
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, July 21, 2012

I have these on all my electric guitars. Being able to use straps without the locks also comes in handy.

Favorite Strap Lock

By MUYFUE from San Antonio TX
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, May 09, 2012

I use the black and the chrome finish ones. The screws are a bit larger than stock, so you have to make sure you drill an appropriately sized hole...they sould be permanent...if there is a strap button that you find yourself either screwing in again and again, or replacing...then that aint no good! I have had the same exact locks on some of my guitars for more than 10 years! No rust, no chipping, no damage at all. These aint fancy, they're just tough little buttons that hold on and don't let go. Some of the strap pins have even been in the same strap for several years with none of the rattling issues mentioned previously. Perhaps the leather tabs of the strap were not thick enough to press against that large circular washer. I'd reccomend buying a nice, hefty, high quality strap, drilling a correct sized hole, make sure the little lock washer goes, 'click' and you'll be solid for years.

Excellent strap lock system.

By EastBayJ from Oakland, CA
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, March 26, 2012

I love these things. I think the Schaller's are just as good but I prefer the mechanics of the Dunlop. Dropping your guitar sucks. Dunlop Straploks stop the drop.

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