These straplocks are easy to fit but there is a rattle from them. The finish too looks suspect.
These are the ones that other companies copy or try to improve. It can't be done. These are the best. There are none better. Easy to install and use. Everything that is needed for a professional installation is included. They take away the worry of straps slipping loose and damaging your favorite instrument. I highly recommend them. I use no other straplock system for my own personal instruments or those of my customers. I am very satisfied and will buy again. As always, expedient shipping is the word with Stew-Mac. Never made a purchase that was less than exemplary. Thanks again!
It functions as a strap lock. At the same time it rattles creating a reverberation. Noisy.
Between the various straplocks available, this is easily the best. The buttons are the same size as standard, so your axe will still fit in it's case ... and the chingas have a post you can fit through your strap without cutting a larger hole. Just be careful to really get them locked! It's no fun to get snapped in the face by one slipping out that wasn't really in there ...
These work quite well, but the package was full of little gold flecks when I opened it. The gold finish on both washers was peeling off. I'm not impressed with Dunlop products. I've purchsed 3 items from Dunlop in the past, and all were poorly made.
You want Throw your guitar In the air and catch with the strap?
This is the Best choice and the greatest price
Dunlop Straplocks are MY answer to strap security - every guitar I have has them - StewMac has a great price and awesome service. If I had a suggestion, it would be to make the guitar pins available separately - I have all my straps set up, so now I have 8 sets of the strap parts, unused.
When my guitar fell off its strap, I knew I had a problem. Also, I wanted something that would let me connect and unconnect the strap from my guitar easily. The Dunlop strap lock solved both my issues!
To avoid drilling into my Tele, I did not use the larger screw supplied with the strap lock. Instead, I used the smaller screw that came with my Tele, and it worked fine. By using the original screw, and keeping the original button, I can restore my guitar to its original state if I ever want to sell it.
Also, I needed a pair of needle nose pliers to help get the retainer clip in place. Overall, the installation was fairly easy, and it works great!
I have used these for years . They stick out a little farther than the factory buttons but who cares ? You don't want to hear that nasty crack when your pride and joy hits the floor.A small price to pay for force field protection unless you get stinko and fall down. Get 'em now because I say so.
these things are awesome. i started using them a few years ago and was happy to find them cheaper here. the only thing i don't like about them is how far they stick out, but i fixed that by in setting the strap button.
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