Submitted March 6, 2007 by a customer from hotmail.com
"One of the best straplock systems available."
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I've used a lot of strap lock systems - these, Schallers, Dunlop Straploks, and the D'Andrea locking strap. I am a Schaller person, by and large, and I consider Schaller to be the absolute most secure and well-designed option available, as long as you tighten them with a wrench or pliers. However, this beats everything else, including Dunlop's more expensive Straploks, with their unassuring four tiny ball bearings and failprone button. And it has the additional advantage of being bar none the least bulky straplock system on the market today.
Just straplocks, but they do what they're intended to do.
Ease of Use
Very easy to get on the guitar. A little harder to get off, but if anything that only increases my faith in their durability.
They're plastic, but it seems to be very durable plastic, and the strap pins are what end up holding the guitar for the most part; these locks just prevent the strap from coming off.
Amazing value. They're dirt cheap, and better than most more expensive alternatives.
The Wow Factor
These are great in terms of matching the guitar, and that's a big part of why I got 'em. I wanted to preserve a simple strap-on-strap-pin look, and these deliver, especially with a black strap (or a strap with a black bottom).
rock, folk, punk, metal, country - I like just about everything
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