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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Dunlop Straplok System

By mod from las vegas
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, July 08, 2011

I have used these for years . They stick out a little farther than the factory buttons but who cares ? You don't want to hear that nasty crack when your pride and joy hits the floor.A small price to pay for force field protection unless you get stinko and fall down. Get 'em now because I say so.


By Bryce Didericksen from kansas city, MO
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, June 08, 2011

these things are awesome. i started using them a few years ago and was happy to find them cheaper here. the only thing i don't like about them is how far they stick out, but i fixed that by in setting the strap button.

Dunlap Strap Locks - Best Bet for $$$

By Ira Kay from Fountain Hills AZ
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Easy install, sure due the job, and Stewart McDonald has the best price, especially when you buy 4 or more.

Excellent guitar strap locks

By TommyGuitars from Osaka, Japan
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, April 08, 2011

I like these more than the Schaller ones which are a bit smaller. If these strap locks are good enough for Pete Townshend, they're good enough for any player no matter how much he or she thrashes around.

Cheap Insurance For Your Guitar

By resoamp from Beechworth Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Not the most exciting part to purchase to put on your guitar. However, having a strap slip off, and seeing your 'burst '59 Les Paul hit the floor headstock first can be serious! You still have strap buttons that LOOK like strap buttons,and can be used as strap buttons, so your guitar's appearance stays almost original and it can appear like your theory that nothing worthwhile has been developed in the guitar world since 1952, is correct. But, when you click in the strap-lock equipped strap, your guitar is secure.

These should be standard on all guitars, they are on mine. Excellent quality hardware. The only drawback is when you put them on one guitar, you will want them on all of them, so you can use your favorite strap. They do what their name says...they lock the strap on. Just get some.

Amazingly comfortable!

By Smoke Wood Guitars from Natanya, Israel
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, March 02, 2011

I had a problem with my stock strap button, it had a screw too thin, which on heavy use would enlarge the hole and fall out, making the guitar take a near plummet to its death!

These strap buttons come with a large screw, which took care of my strap hole problem. I also can remove and replace my strap with ease, knowing its just as, if not more, safe as my original strap button and a plastic lock.

I recommend it to all my customers and friends!

classic for a reason

By Tape from Boston, MA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, February 05, 2011

Solid as a rock, easy to assemble and install, and a breeze to snap on and off. No guitar should be without these.

locking strap pins a hit!

By Jimmy Franks from potter valley,ca
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, February 04, 2011

work as good as anything I've used, especially love the great service from stew-mac. Thanks much

Best straplock on the market.

By JMahon from Indiana
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, October 15, 2010

If they're good enough for Springsteen, they good enough for me. I don't use anything else. A must for any working musician. Never worry about losing a guitar again.

Excellent Solution

By StringDancer from Bloomington, IN
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, October 10, 2010

I've been using Dunlop Straplocks for many years, and have never had a problem with them. They totally secure your instrument, and engage/disengage quickly, with less hassle than some other systems I've seen. There are no sharp edges to mar your instrument, and they can be removed and redeployed with little trouble if you change straps. In short, they perform as advertised.

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