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
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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.

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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Must have for everyone

By RobK from St. Albert, Alberta, Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, February 17, 2011

Never dropped a bass since I found these little beauties!!

Gotta Love Them.....

By Tommy Courser from Reno, NV
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, February 10, 2011

I have used and installed every type of strap button & strap lock on the market. Of all, these are my favorites. They are the same as the Schaller, and interchange. I put them on every build, repair, & upgrade. They could use a little more thread length with washers inside and out. But overall, they are the bomb. Even all my personal guitars & basses (Strats, Les Pauls, P-bass, Hoffner Bass, etc) both electric & acoustic sport these locks. Do yourself a favor, get some!!!!

fits gibson sg's fairly well

By Amos E from Las Vegas NV
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, January 31, 2011

Gibson SG's are picky when it comes to strap buttons, Schallers do not work, they will bore to the fingerboard. Marvels do not fit at all with the farther strap holder. These work pretty well despite their price. Would still recommend other strap locks to the more expensive guitars.

Tele Hang On

By LE from Texas, USA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Great! How about some larger washer options? The included washer does not work well on some straps-Perhaps a larger 2-washer option.

Dangerous screws

By Metamatic from Malmoe, Sweden
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, December 09, 2010

If using a Gibson Les Paul, be aware that the small black (despite I bought 5 nickel set and I got black screws!) screws included does NOT grab like they should. If you're not alert the guitar might bang to the floor. I had to replace them with coarser screws.

Buy the original Schaller strap buttons instead and get decent screws that match. Who wants black screws with nickel straps?

Grover Quick-release Strap Locks

By Ray joe Stone from Akron/Canton
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, November 10, 2010

I bought these to replace a worn out set of Schaller strap locks which I have had on all of my guitars from the early 80's.

Although they appear to be identical to the Schaller's upon my very first gig with them the pin and spring went flying.

Although a quick fix, I was very lucky my bass player has good eyes to locate the tiny pieces and lucky I did not drop my new build.

Strap Locks

By N. Tonseth from Methow, WA.
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, October 09, 2010

Over-all average quality. The machining/casting isn't as clean as the Schaller strap locks. The plating is already wearing of the mounting buttons.(less than two months use) This might be because I bought the black locks.

These work just fine with my other Schaller strap lock equipped guitars (the Grover strap locks clip right into the Schaller buttons!)

The Best Straplocks

By Kevin Cole from Fawnskin Ca
(Customer's Reviews) Saturday, October 02, 2010

I have been using this type of lock for over 25 years and they have never failed me, VERY cheap insurance.

Essential hardware

By Warren Targett from Bateau Bay NSW Australia
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 30, 2010

A set of these is on every guitar and strap I own and on every rebuild I do. I have to repair the cosmetic and structural damage caused by worn holes in straps fitted to dropped guitars. A $25 solution to a potential $300 or more problem.

Grover straplocks

By Mike Baker from Northern VA, USA
(Customer's Reviews) Wednesday, September 22, 2010

I have used the schaller version of these for decades with good results. These will interchange with them. The ones I received were hard to work. The part that attaches to the strap would not positively lock onto the strap buttons that go on the guitar. The problem was that the little pin/plunger that you pull on to disengage the locks needed to be screwed in a little bit(they just screw onto threaded metal studs that are connected to the mechanism that locks into the strap button). After that they worked great, and I have no complaints. I gave them an average because in 25+ years of using the schaller counterpart, I experienced zero issues. These I had trouble(albeit minor) right out of the gate. However, I won't hesitate to use them again, as they have functioned flawlessly since then.

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