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Lokstrap System, Set of 2

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Lokstrap System, Set of 2

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Lokstrap System, Set of 2

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Patented strap security with no guitar modification!

With the strap in place, fit the Lokstrap™ over the strap button. A half-turn locks it in place; another half-turn removes it. Set of 2.


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4.0

Best bang for the buck

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I've been using these. for almost 10 years. I buy a set of Grover Strap Locks and only install the rear one. For the other I use a Lokstrap. I put the other on the rear of another guitar and the other part on another strap. Works great.

4.0

Very Effective.

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The Lokstraps are quite usable and effective. Easy to use although I had to add a drop of oil to rotate it properly.

4.0

Works on bass

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I've only used 'em at a rehearsal so far & seems to work OK (I play bass - does it matter what brands? Yamaha RBX & an ESP/LTD 8 string). The only thing I can comment on is that 1 was quite a bit loose, whilst the other was tighter. As with my original review - sure beats the messy gaff tape overkill I've seen other high profile bands use (can't they afford serious strap locking devices - or do they have Shares in the company/gaff fetishes?).

4.0

Good

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First of all don't expect much, its just a couple of plastic pieces. And if you're fine with drilling into your guitar, than maybe you should go with the traditional strap locks. This one works like those beer caps some people use. But if your main goal (like mine was) is to secure your guitar without making modifications in it, it will be a good solution. And its inexpensive so it worth a try. I use it with my beloved American Standard Strat, with the provided strap, and it fits perfectly. I never had any problems, but It's a good idea to check if its well locked before going on stage.

5.0

Never without 

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I have been using the Lokstraps on a heavy Custom LP model and light Melody Makers ans stat-style guitars. This safety system is inexpensive, reliable and seems to be durable. No drillings or modifications required. I wouldn't use it with a too slim guitar strap on a nitro finished guitar for the plastic dishes are quite wide and they might leave traces of use all around them. Apart from that, I would never again hit the stage without the lokstraps on my guitars! Toto

5.0

Easy to lock without changing original strap button

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What a clever idea. Nice fix for someone who doesn't want to change out original strap buttons but wants a more secure strap. For me, they worked best on thinner straps.

4.0

Lokstrap

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Worked great on my Godin mandolin, but it will have trouble with thicker straps, not enough room on the button to hold it securly at least on my Takamine acoustic

4.0

Excellent

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It's a great gadget, but it could be get lost so easy. Also, some times it turns by itself losing the locking properties.

4.0

Why didn't I think of these....

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They work great on my strap and guitar. As long as you don't spin the guitar on a carpeted floor or something then put it back on without checking to make sure that the lock is still engaged. I spun mine on the couch to pick it up and the lock came undone and fell of on the bottom strap button. I can't see them coming loose any other way though, especially not while on your guitar while you're wearing it. Plus, they're portable and can go from guitar to guitar if you happen to have six, like I do. Now, if they only were made of steel.....in the photo they are a little hard to see on my Spotlight but they are on it which is another plus. You don't have to modify your vintage instrument to make it safe from falls. I dropped a really nice Melody Maker once and broke the set in neck in horrible ways. I'd still have it most likely if I would have had these on it at the time.

5.0

Stew-Mac Innovates

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I have been playing guitar and bass since the mid '70's and first saw these strap locks in the early '80's, so I bought a couple of pair, which I still own. All the guitarists I have shown them to have been very impressed. For over 20 years I have been looking to buy more of these, but never saw them again until recently. Now my prayers have been answered with Stewart-MacDonald! Other strap locks on the market are two-piece, semi-permanent, require screwing them to your guitar and strap and cost $10 to $20 (more important even: the metal parts of the standard strap locks can ding and scratch the surface of your guitar.) These are easy to use, very sturdy and much less expensive. You simply can't go wrong with this solution.
Thanks again, Stew-Mac, for yet another innovative product!

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