Gripper Strap Buttons, Set of 2

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Black nylon buttons with wide dimension perpendicular to the guitar strap, to prevent slippage.

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Gripper Strap Buttons, Set of 2

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Black nylon buttons with wide dimension perpendicular to the guitar strap, to prevent slippage.

Set of 2, with screws.

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Gripper Strap Buttons, Set of 2

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Does the trick

By M Jones from Vancouver, BC
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, June 21, 2014

No more strap popping off at the worst time! Easy install, highly recommended.

Easy Strap buttons

By Ken Landis from Gap, PA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, June 04, 2014

like to use them on all my axes!


By master steevus from massillon, oh
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, April 17, 2014

They work great and aren't bulky like some strap locks can be. If you don't have a strap that is broken in yet, it might be a chore getting the strap on & off. I have 5 guitars with these strap buttons- over a period of 12 years and they hold up well.

Great Concept... But...

By Builder357 from Pinehurst, NC
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, August 06, 2013

I have purchased 20 sets. Just installed on LP. Putting on the guitar, holding neck vertically to sling strap over my head it came off the T-Button. Making it longer would require a longer strap slit,
zero benefit. I still think they are xlnt concept, but If I didn't have the habit of 'seating' my guitar, holding onto the neck until "I'm secure", it would have been sad. I put it back on and played, but if you want 'security' stick with time tested button-lock systems and dedicated straps. This ain't it.

Almost Too Good

By Randy from Indianapolis
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, January 27, 2013

They can be a little frustrating to get on and off if your strap isn't soft and supple or the slot is smallish. Otherwise, it's foolproof, low-profile and very secure. If you don't put your strap on and off a lot, it's the ticket.

Love these!

By rfclef from Woodburn, OR
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, August 16, 2012

First saw these on a custom bass from Birdsong... They are great. Never had a strap slip off and cheap and easy to use, install... So when I get a new bass, cheap or expensive, I get a set of these and my axe is secure.

Great product

By Andy Murray from Maricopa, AZ
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, June 28, 2012

Once again, a great idea that is a simple solution. Especially if you switch straps on different guitars.

Brilliant idea. Could be refined.

By CWaggs from Illinois
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, February 11, 2012

What a wonderful concept. Simple & practical. It would be nice if they had cupped one of the buttons just a bit for the curve on the upper bout of a double cut electric. Not a big deal for a guy with a Drexel, tho! These save the aggravation (& expense) of the metal strap lock systems, yet safely lock the strap where it belongs. I have dinged a favorite guitar with the metal hardware that attaches to the strap on the traditional strap locks. With these, EVERY strap fits, & there's nothing mechanical to break, lose, or cause instrument damage.

it say grip!

By jiROck Custom from Philippines
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, January 30, 2012

grip till the last grip.

Great For Kid's Guitars

By Gerry G. from Sunnyside, NY
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, July 14, 2011

I am an elementary music teacher and when my students request a strap on their guitar, I use these. They hold on to the strap even through the inevitable twists and twirls that kids put their guitars through. We had a lot of problems with traditional strap pins, which let go of the strap much more easily than these do.

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