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Dunlop SLS1034G Straplok Dual Design Strap Retainer System, Gold

JIM DUNLOP

Dunlop SLS1034G Straplok Dual Design Strap Retainer System, Gold

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Product Description Product Description
  • 360 groove-and-ball design allows unit to rotate without catching
  • Easy to install and operateCase-hardened steel skin guarantees long life
  • Same strap can be used with several guitars as the button is interchangeable
  • Release-tested up to 800 lbs.
  • 2 strap attachments are included
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Dunlop Dual Straplocks - A Better DesignI've had strap locks from a different company for about 10 years - you know who I'm talking about - and was very dissatisfied with them. The wide shaft of the locks often required some surgery on the straps to widen the holes in order to make them fit, and the nuts holding the whole system together were always getting loose and were maddeningly difficult to tighten without a tool.Aside from a slightly slimmer shaft (which means I don't have to hack up my nice El Dorado straps), the key to the Dunlop dual Straplock design is the retainer clip which secures the assembly. It clicks into place and stays there without any need for maintenance or concern. The lock is secure and the whole system is stable. Love 'em. One caveat: the installation instructions calls out the need for periodic lubrication. I don't know if this is a flaw waiting to fail, but right now, I'm very happy.5Must-have for every bass.This is probably the first thing I purchase for any guitar or bass. After having basses slip off the strap while practicing, I started looking into strap locks. These are generally easy to install (though the lock washer can take some "convincing" at times,) easy to remove - and it's an easy way to share a strap between multiple instruments, too, without trying to force it over strap buttons.Mind you, most of mine have their own strap, but still.I only have one instrument with the competition (Schallers,) and while I give them the edge in installation thanks to just screwing a nut in instead of fiddling with the lock washer, it adds "knobs" to the end of the instrument which I'm not as fond of with the strap attached. These are solid and present a flat surface when setting an instrument down.I've put these on multiple Schecter basses, Ibanez basses, Strats and even my low cost LP Special I. Another review mentions drilling into the truss rod - if you've got a strap button attachment that goes "vertically" (into the back of the neck, basically,) then yes, look out for that, but otherwise this is an easy, hassle free direct replacement for your default strap buttons... and looks better than rubber washers.5Really a BAD ChoiceI wanted to love these, as I don't like the new Schaller design. However, step one in installing them is "drill a hole". Why? Because the screw it come with doesn't fit a lot of guitars. For example, I tried it on a Gibson Original 60s Standard, and a Players Strat, neither would fit. Also, you couldn't use the original screws with this, as the hold is too small at the top (screw head). So basically I have 2 completely useless strap locks unless I want to drill into a brand new Les Paul. Nope. Never buy them again. Thanks Dunlop, enjoy the last purchase you will get from me.1Easy to install and very secureI didnt even have to drill out the existing holes in my Fender or Gibson guitars. These screwed in easily, although I did check that first before cranking on them..The one thing to know is you are attaching these semi permanently to your strap. So...You can mount these on 4 or 5 guitars like I did and only attach the strap halves to your SINGLE favorite strap if you are like that. OR, attach these to your 4 or 5 different straps, as I did. and you can quickly with the press of your thumb, pop a strap off and pop a new one on or popit on a different guitar, and not worry about the guitar dropping.This happened to me with my Alvarez Acoustic at a gig once. I caught the neck before it hid the ground hard but it did smack the ground. The guitar was built tough and there was no damage that I could ever tell and finished playing that night. Guitar is still fine years later..But It made me think to get something like this. You wear out the slots / holes your favorite strap putting it off and on and dont realize it.5Works really well! If you're wondering 'how' it works, see my video! I was looking for some type of straplock and first thought I'd go for the goofy looking rubber washers because they'd be easy to install. But, then I realized I didn't really want a goofy washer (RED in some cases) on my nice Fender bass. However, after reading the reviews and visiting the manufacturers website I sill couldn't figure out how these things worked. I figured it was stupid simple (which it is) but until you see it you might not fully understand how it functions. I used the screws included in the kit and didn't have any problems with them (and didn't have to do any drilling, just used the original holes). Installation took ten minutes (or less). See my video here, which shows how the item functions once it is installed.If you have multiple guitars, then you would need to get the strap connector buttons for each guitar so that your strap will fit on each. Not a big deal, as I have one really nice strap that I'd like to move from guitar to guitar.This works really well and I think I'll be using it for a long time!5Love them! But know what you're doing.First of all, I'm not getting paid for this review in any way and I paid full price for my purchase. I bought these first for my acoustic because the strap button that was on the bottom is also the jack where you plug a cord in to use the pickups. The strap moving back and forth was making the nut come loose for the jack. In my opinion, that is a poor design. While reading through guitar forums, I ran across several people that mentioned putting these Dunlop Straploks on their guitars. So I looked them up on the rain forest here and gave them a try. I'm a mechanical engineer, so I research stuff......a lot! I want to warn anybody who doesn't do a lot of research that if you are buying these for an acoustic guitar, as I was, you can't just drill a hole anywhere in your guitar to put your strap button. The edges of the body are too thin to support this. In order to just drill through the side of the body, you would have to add a support block in the inside so you have something to run the screw into. That would involve taking the strings off, putting the correct radius on some wood block that you most likely don't have, etc.... I didn't want to go through all that so I went with the easier but just as effective method of putting them where there is already wood reinforcement. I can't speak for the construction of all guitars, but on mine, where the neck of the guitar meets the body there is a neck block. It's a pretty decent sized block of wood in the inside of the body that you can see through the sound hole. Also, on the bottom of the body, there's another decently thick reinforcement, dead center inside. I had to be careful to hit the one on the bottom since they put the strap button/pickup jack smack dab in the middle of that piece of wood. By offsetting my hole that I had to drill a little, I was able to hit that piece of wood and it's very strong. On the neck end, I didn't like the factory location of the strap button being on the back of the neck heal, so I put the new button on the bottom of the neck, in the cut-away area. Some people complain that they make the strap stick out from the guitar body too far. I actually think that's a plus, because then the strap rubs less on the finish. I attached pictures of these strap buttons on my acoustic as well as on my strat. The next guitar I buy will have these as well. Well, there you go, that's my opinion. Boom goes the dynamite.5I use these on all of my guitars!I have these strap locks on at least 5 of my guitars now because they work so well! I had tried out a previous brand where you have a little U-shaped hook type of thing that you slide onto the strap button as you pull up on a tab, but those always tended to twist on me, so I found no real advantage, plus they were harder to use. With these, you simply push a button and insert the strap portion into the strap button and release. They have never failed on me, and I think they also look a little bit sleeker. I've used the gold, nickel, and now the black ones on my various guitars, and all the finishes have held up. The pictures posted are from the most recent guitar I acquired and needed new strap locks for. I decided to stick with an all black theme and get the black ones. I think they look great, and they were inexpensive here on amazon too! Couldn't be happier!5Great product, but does not fit PRS guitars.As a session guitarist/bassist, I have a rack full of guitars and basses that I am constantly switching between during recording sessions. I ALWAYS use a strap when I play, and for a long time, I was just using the traditional type that slips over the stock strap buttons that come on every guitar. That system worked fine for a while, but I prefer keeping a dedicated strap on each guitar to avoid wearing out the straps and strap buttons, so as my instrument collection grew, the whole system started to become messy and unwieldy. Straps would become tangled, and my guitars wouldn't sit properly in the rack stand and would hang up when I tried to take one out. Perfect recipe for nicks and dents. I decided there had to be a better way.After doing quite a bit of research, I chose to convert all of my guitars and basses over to Dunlop Straploks. The main determining factor for me was that I really liked the push button design, as it would allow me to quickly and easily move a single strap between all of my instruments. I also liked that I could order additional strap buttons at a reasonable cost without having to order more of the full installation kits than I needed. And speaking of installation, the process was was simple and quick. I had my entire collection finished in under an hour.The one issue I did run into with these is that they did not work at all my with PRS Custom 24. PRS uses oversized strap buttons and screws, so the existing screw hole was already too large for the included Straplok screw, and the head of the original PRS screw was just slightly too big to fit through the Straplok button. So I guess I will be keeping the stock strap buttons and a traditional strap on that guitar.Aside from that one problem, these have been really great. Highly recommend.4Easy to install, inexpensive, and does its job. 5/5 stars.I put strap locks on all of my "keeper" guitars. I buy and sell guitars all the time and I keep the ones I fall in love with. Those guitars all get strap locks. Dunlop's system is easy to install, is inexpensive, and does what it is intended to do. When you install these, you need to make sure that the screws that hold your existing strap buttons onto the guitar are the same diameter or slightly smaller in diameter than the screws that come with these. You also need to be sure that the screws that hold your existing strap buttons on are equal in length or longer than these screws. If the screws you remove are too short or are too large or small in diameter, you will need to make some modifications to the guitar to get these to fit. If you don't know what you are doing, take your guitar to a competent guitar technician. You DON'T want to damage your guitar by improperly installing these.5Why did I wait so long>?After having my bass fall off the strap buttons at least thee times, that I can remember, why didn't I do this before?? They are easy to install, just a screwdriver, a set of needlenose pliers, maybe an exacto knife, and about 5 minutes.... BUT, be warned: the strap holes needed to be widened with an exacto, so if you love your strap, it might break your heart to auger out the holes a little ....that said, I like my guitars more than the strap, so cutting was involved.... ALSO: if the strap is a thick leather type, it is difficult to get the little lock washer on, but it is doable... And once they're on, they're ON! your bass should be nice and protected from spills and embarrassment, as it flies off, into the guitar player, mid-song, mid-set, even if it does make a funny U-tube vid. I now have them on 4 straps and 6 guitars/basses.... Don't leave home without them!!5
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