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  • Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red
  • Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red
  • Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red
  • Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red
  • Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red
  • Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red
  • Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red
  • Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red
  • Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red

Guitar Savers

Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red

Guitar Savers

Guitar Savers Premium Strap Locks (2 Pair) - Red

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Product Description Product Description
  • 🔴 WORK WITH MOST OEM STRAP BUTTONS. Easy install with no tools needed. Beats the heck out of drilling out your guitar for the fancy straplocks!
  • EASILY SLIP OVER EXISTING STRAP BUTTONS. No need to remove or replace existing strap buttons on your guitar.
  • 🔴 LOCK YOUR STRAP IN SECONDS. Nothing mechanical to break or wear out. Don't need to buy a special connector for each strap and guitar.
  • AVAILABLE IN CONVENIENT MULTI-PACKS, these are the deluxe boys made out of the better, stretchier rubber.
  • 🔴 SIMPLE, INEXPENSIVE, AND LOW-PROFILE! All the cool kids are using 'em. Just pop 'em on and voila! No drilling, no screwing - just that great secure feeling!
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since they seem to have the best mechanism imoI've been buying strap-locks for my basses since the second time a strap came off. Of course, I want my instruments to last, so I've been buying the Schaller ones, since they seem to have the best mechanism imo, for around twenty bucks. Until I recently saw a guitarist friend of mine using these. This is smart: the holes are small enough to prevent them from coming off from virtually any strap button I've seen, and the material is just flexible enough for you to struggle for a few seconds as you put them in, applying the kind of force you can hardly get by your instrument pulling down the strap. And, given that most strap buttons are shaped so that it's easier to insert the strap than to remove it, this will hold the strap in place. It will also tighten the strap so it won't be moving around the already small room strap buttons allow.I'm using one pair for now, with my new Marcus Miller by Sire bass. One of the heaviest instruments I've had, these keep the strap in place. See the pics of the strap lock alone compared to one installed. It's tricky to really see because the reflection from the strap button is deceiving and makes the button look smaller, but the button is pretty big compared to the strap lock hole. Also, keep in mind that if the strap lock is stretched from one side, say it's stretched from top to bottom making the hole vertically wider, by its own nature the hole, from left to right, will become horizontally narrower. So unless you pull at several directions at the same time, this won't come off.5Simply BrilliantI have no idea who first thought to use heavy rubber washers as strap locks (I like to think it was some roadie in a frantic backstage move).Regardless, it's the kind of solution I love: effective and simple.The pieces are 1/8" thick with about an inch outer diameter - enough material to lock down a strap over pins of various sizes and shapes yet still allow some rotary movement for the strap. Unless you remove straps often (I don't) you'll probably only need a lock on the bottom where there's often more movement that causes strap holes to wear and widen more quickly over time.Unless you're jumping around a lot and applying some serious torque to your strap you just don't need the locking force of metal strap locks. And if you play vintage instruments you may not want to drill and mess with the existing pins.I only need a lock on the bottom, and usually just on heavier guitars like my Ibanez Artist from the late 70's. It weighs a ton and the strap often pops off while I'm slinging the guitar on. After fitting one of these over the pin (which takes seconds), the strap hasn't slipped once and feels as though it never will.The rubber is malleable enough it's hard to believe it would ever dry out and crack under normal temperatures. But if you're concerned you can moisten the pieces occasionally to keep them pliable.Bottom Line: Great deal. Wish I had these years ago - I would have avoided some conspicuous dings and dents!5Why Didn't I Think of This?I wouldn't have believed these if I hadn't tried them myself. A cheap, effective solution that works! While not suitable for shoulder flips, these rubber donuts do a fantastic job as basic strap locks at a ridiculously low price. Like shoulder flips? Spend the money on a good metal locking system or screw your straps on. Need extra insurance to simply keep your axes off your toes? Put a bag or two of these in your gig bag.5Work as advertisedI have a Cort Gasoline 1 guitar. It has small strap buttons, and the neck-side button is angled a bit upwards. The strap kept coming off while I was playing. I don't want to alter the guitar to install locking strap buttons. These locks fit well on the small buttons. If they were any thicker, I would need to sand them to make them thinner, but the strap has not come undone since I put the lock on. Also, if the lock's holes were any bigger at all they would not work. So I think these locks will work on the bigger size buttons as well. Hope this helps you my fellow guitar players, and check out the Cort Gasoline 1 electric guitar, it's got awesome pickups and a pretty unique appearance. Plays fabulously. I picked mine up in Korea for about $300 (paid 340,000 Korean Won) and bought a blue-jeans strap that goes very well with the guitar.5I dig 'em.These are a nice for adding a good bit extra security to your guitar strap without having to put new buttons on the guitar and try and force those clunky locks into the small holes on the strap.I have some guitars that already have the schaller-style locks on them. These locks don't work well on those. They buttons just aren't big enough to get a snug connection with the locks. However, I tried them on another guitar I have with standard buttons and I was able to support the guitar by one button on the horn alone. I wouldn't try swinging the guitar around your body with these, but I would certainly trust them to keep my instrument safe during a rowdy performance.4Good, But Not A 100% AnswerWorks great on some guitar/strap combinations. It's the strap "button" on the guitar that may or may not work with these. The more secure the "button" is, the better they work. On the guitar I was most concerned about, the "button" is too short to begin with, so the Saver barely fits on it, and comes off easily.So, the fix to this is to replace a short "button" with a long "button" ?? If that's the case, then I will buy Schaller, Fender, Dunlap or other specifically designed metal strap locks.Lastly, these are inexpensive, and worth a try. If they don't work well for you, you aren't out much money.3Simple and effectiveI have Dunlop strap locks on all my guitars. However, I recently acquired a cheap practice guitar with a somewhat loose-fitting strap, I didn't want to invest in strap locks until I got the guitar customize how I want it. I thus decide on these 'locks' as a cheap alternative to preventing the strap from coming off the strap button. I wasn't expecting too much, but I must say, they are simple effective. What more could you want? Nice, cheap, simple alternative. I like them.5Worse than uselessMy experience with these locks are that they are worse than useless, repeatedly popping off when used with my leather guitar strap and Custom Shop Historic Gibson Les Paul. While using these locks I ended up damaging my Les Paul when the lock popped off and my Les Paul fell to the ground landing on my foot and knocking against my gear rack.I thought maybe these locks just won t work with thicker leather guitar straps and the Les Pauls but then recently I decided to try the Fender made locks and they have worked far better. After a month the Fender locks have not popped off once.The company that sell this lock should either issue a warning with regard to use of this lock and/or revise the formulation or manufacturing process. It s absolutely shameful to sell a product like this that lulls someone into a false sense of security. While I cannot undamage my custom Shop Historic Gibson Les Paul1The most sensible accessory for your axe.I've been using high end mechanical strap locks for decades, i.e.: Dunlop, Schaller. I got sick and tired of picking my guitar up off the stand and having to unwind a twisted strap which I had been doing for hundreds of gigs. Not only do these keep the strap from coming off, the strap doesn't rotate around so when you put it down and pick it up again, the strap stays right where you left it. Not to mention the tremendous cost savings over the mechanical locks (I guess I just did mention it). I wish I had switch over to these years ago. Well, like my dad used to say, "Too soon old, too late smart".5Not for Ricky'sDid not work for me - Rickenbacher 4001 bass. Kept popping off. May work on different guitars, but for me it was a bust.2
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