Grover Quick-release Strap Locks

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Keeps your strap locked in place! Two-piece spring action design allows for easy removal of the strap from the guitar.

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Grover Quick-release Strap Locks Chrome, set of 2

Chrome, set of 2

Item # 2030
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3 or more $13.31
Grover Quick-release Strap Locks Gold, set of 2

Gold, set of 2

Item # 2030-G
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3 or more $15.45
Grover Quick-release Strap Locks Black, set of 2

Black, set of 2

Item # 2030-B
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3 or more $14.38
Grover Quick-release Strap Locks Nickel, set of 2

Nickel, set of 2

Item # 2030-N
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3 or more $12.25
Quantity Discount Prices apply when you buy multiples of the same item number.
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Quantity: 20


Keeps your strap locked in place! Two-piece spring action design allows for easy removal of the strap from the guitar.

Smooth, polished parts will not damage or mark up your strap. Set of 2.

Extra strap buttons also available.

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Grover Quick-release Strap Locks

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Grover Straplocks

By Damian from Mount Glorious, Queensland, Austral
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, February 04, 2012

They are ok but I don't think they are as well made as the Schaller's I have used in the past. They are a little loose and floppy. However, the chrome and gold plating is good.

simply the best!

By kekaichock from LIHU'E, Hi. 96766
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, February 01, 2012

I previously used the "button type" (still sold today) installed on every guitar I had, till it "accidently popped off and my accoustic crashed on the upper bout, smashing it horribly. This cannot happen with the "U craddle" and locking pin!!! I've got Nine instruments protected with the Grover quick-release Strap locks!!! BE SAFE, USE THEM, SAVE YOUR INSTRUMENTS!!!!!

Very Nice

By TisDale Custom Guitars from Renton, WA, USA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, January 21, 2012

Strong and nicely plated. They have a but of slop, but they hold tight. I have never had one come apart and they are very easy to install.

great product.

By Kaden from Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Just installed this yesterday, and it works exactly as it should. Fitted easily, and works exactly as it should.

Would recommend this item for Les Paul style guitars, as when ever I played my LP replica with a strap, I always felt like the strap was going to fall off the top strap button if I tilted the neck too high.

This product allows you to not worry at all about your strap coming off (And you can do cool guitar spins... at your own risk of course) =P

Good locks, bad consistency

By eatsleeprock from Ottawa, ON
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, January 07, 2012

Great strap lock, but didn't work with the set I already had at home, dissapointing, as I really wanted everything to be interchangable.

Secure & protect all your instruments!

By jojokeo from Huntington Beach CA
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, December 10, 2011

Here's something I could not find in any other reviews before buying. The Schaller & Grover strap locks are the same, fit all the same buttons, and are interchangeable. The newer stock USA American Fender strat buttons also fit perfectly. The threaded screws that come with the package are very sightly smaller than some guitars' stock screws. When this is the case simply glue a toothpick (or two) or a larger small dowel type piece in there, cut, dremel/sand/file, re-drill and you'll never have to worry again about it. I've found the little cocktail umbrellas have a perfect size for this and that's just a bit larger when a toothpick is too small - and most of us know where to get those?! ;)

In the pic I had to re-drill some holes which were stripped & a few which didn't line up exactly for a new tortoise pickguard (the new straplock buttons were installed later with "umbrella" method above).

Important - use "Lock-tite" threading compound for Strap Lock screw/nut connection to the strap. This will keep ALL of your nuts in place where they belong, lol. Seriously though, they will eventually work loose without it.

The other competing strap lock system can not actually click all of the way when strapping on. This can actually CAUSE a guitar fall or failure thinking things are okay. After all, when you're ready to play onstage, you have many other things going on to think about and this is the last place and time to have something go wrong like this! Lastly, they stick out awkwardly not making for a very low profile with your instrument. Get the Schaller/Grover system!

Good solid hold

By Chris Cogburn from Dallas, TX
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Just what I wanted for my all-black update to my '85 Fender Strat.


By JJuk from Fullerton, CA
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, November 10, 2011

After putting tons of blood sweat and tears into building a guitar, these are the only strap locks I trust to hold my axe in place.

Not bad, but schallers are better.

By carlton wilkinson from victoria, tx
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, September 27, 2011

They work, but the tolerances are sloppy compared to the original schallers.

Perfect solution

By Justin W from Sydney, Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, August 07, 2011

I have put these on everything, and I am pleased to say there are no compatibility issues if you have Schaller varieties in your collection.

At Stew Mac You can buy the buttons only too (if you don't need a strap for every guitar, and you need extra straps even less when you have these).

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