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Grover Quick-release Strap Locks Chrome, set of 2

Chrome, set of 2

Item # 2030
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Grover Quick-release Strap Locks Gold, set of 2

Gold, set of 2

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Grover Quick-release Strap Locks Black, set of 2

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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.

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

We recommend using a 7/64" bit for the pilot hole before installing these screws.

Extra strap buttons also available.


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1.0

Good locks, bad consistency

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

5.0

Secure & protect all your instruments!

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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!

5.0

Good solid hold

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

4.0

Dependability

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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.

3.0

Not bad, but schallers are better.

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

5.0

Perfect solution

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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).

4.0

Very good quality

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I have a set of these on my custom B.C. Rich Warlock, and they work great. I'm planning to get a set for my Dean Razorback DB that I am customizing myself right now. The only problem with this is that I have to do some minor altercations to one of them so I can get it on the neck joint screw, because I don't feel like making a new hole on the guitar just for this. But other than that, I would recommend these to anyone. Great stuff here.

5.0

fuertes!!

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realmente son muy fuertes y seguros. Evitan que se te caiga tu instrumento!!

3.0

Buy Some Loc-Tite

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My father-in-law makes custom straps for Dobro guitars and on this type of instrument a strap lock is a necessity. We purchased several of these to offer as a lower priced alternative to the Schallers we have always recommended. As previous reviewers have stated these locks fit on Schaller end pins which is great.

The problem with these locks is in their construction, the post that is used to disengage the lock is screwed on and comes loose very quickly. If you put some Loc-Tite on the threads this should take care of this issue. So with that said we will still recommend the Schallers over the Grovers but I will most likely use them on my personal instruments, with the addition of some Loc-Tite.

1.0

Example of offshoring gone bad

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I found one of the 2 strap locks to be improperly machined, the hole drilled into the housing was to small and I had to force the detente up and down to get it in position to retain itself into the strap button.
The other lock that moved freely unscrewed itself the second gig I used it on, sending the the 2 parts and internal spring across the stage, never did find the spring.
a few recommendation to the incompetent Chinese offshore company that manufacturers this product, first off, make sure the hole the detente rides in is the proper diameter, machine a screw slot into the part that locks into the button so that we can tighten it when it comes loose and lastly, Locktite................

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