Strap Buttons - Set of 2

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Traditional round tapered buttons, like what you'll find on Fenders and many other instruments. Sets of 2 with screws.

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Strap Buttons - Set of 2 Chrome, set of 2

Chrome, set of 2

Item # 0170
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$3.70

3 or more $3.18
10 or more $2.70
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Strap Buttons - Set of 2 Black, set of 2

Black, set of 2

Item # 0170-B
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$4.70

3 or more $4.04
10 or more $3.43
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Strap Buttons - Set of 2 Gold, set of 2

Gold, set of 2

Item # 0170-G
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$4.99

3 or more $4.29
10 or more $3.64
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Strap Buttons - Set of 2 Nickel, set of 2

Nickel, set of 2

Item # 0170-N
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$3.65

3 or more $3.14
10 or more $2.66
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Product Details

Traditional round tapered buttons, like what you'll find on Fenders and many other instruments. Sets of 2 with screws.

Felt Washers help to avoid marring your finish, sold separately.


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Strap Buttons - Set of 2

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Strap buttons

By Rodrigo from CT
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, December 24, 2010


These strap buttons are solid with a good screw. They are nicely machined, not cast. They have a nice simple stlye for vintage or modern guitars.
I just use a gold pair on a new project. If it's a new guitar with out strap button holes, just pre drill some pilot holes of the appropriate size and depth and hand tighten the screw firmly.
Don't over tighten the screw and strip the wood or break the screw.


If it's an old guitar and the strap button hole is stripped, cut a small dowel and glue it in the hole, let it dry, and drill a new pilot hole and the new screw should hold good.

No problems

By carmine from New Jersey
(Customer's Reviews) Friday, December 03, 2010


screwed in, stayed in

Cheap Screws

By acousticplayer from Denver, CO
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, November 30, 2010


I have had issues with any screws lately from Stew Mac. I have no idea what they are made out of but everyone of them has either stripped on the top or broken clean in half when attempting to tighten down even after providing a guide hole. Very frustrating. I go elsewhere for anything with a screw and have not had the same problem.

Better screws would be great

By Tomy from Becancour, Qc, Canada
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, November 09, 2010


I could have give them 5 stars if the screw wouldn't broke when I installed them on the guitar!!



I had to dig all around the screw and refill the hole... Not very funny, especially when you just finish your project!



I would pay one more dollar if they could give better screws with their strap buttons...

Strap Buttons

By JTE Guitar Works from La Pine, Oregon
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, October 07, 2010


Hey, what can I say. They work. Been buying them for years from Stew Mac with never a problem.

It's a strap button!

By John Mayes from Norman,OK
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 23, 2010


Not much to say really. It's a strap button. Works as advertised.

Works fine

By flyingv from manitoba
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 02, 2010


I was upgrading hardware from an acoustic from silver to gold, and these look great.

chrome/gold buttons

By Colt W. Knight from South Charleston, WV 25309
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, August 29, 2010


These are nice buttons. The seams are cleaner than cheaper buttons, so you don't have that visible line running around the buttons.

Other than that, they work like strap buttons should, and look nice.

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