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- Package Weight: 0.045 Kg
- Product Type: Instrument Parts And Accessories
- Package Quantity: 1
- Package Dimensions: 1.0Cm (L) X 13.0Cm (W) X 13.4Cm (H)
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StrapLock W/ Button
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The Fender ones are half the price of the Schaller model that looks and functions identically.
I have 32 guitars and basses, I'm converting everything except my Martin D-35 to have strap locks. I don't take the Martin out of the studio so I'm not worried about it.
You can buy just the Fender strap lock buttons to go on the guitar. This is nice if you already have lots of straps with strap locks on them. Just buy the strap buttons for your guitar for around $5 here on Amazon.
When these strap locks are properly installed I've never dropped a guitar, it's total confidence. Unlike others you can't accidentally bump these and have them let go. I learned that the hard way.
Good music to all!
Here's what you should know:
1) Fender's wood screws are smaller than my guitars' original screws, so Fender's screws don't lock down. The big original screws don't fit through the small hole in the new Fender button. Easy solution: put two pieces of toothpick in each screw hole on the guitar body, and a drop of good ole wood glue on the screw threads. Works fine -- the new screws are locked down, and won't pull loose.
2) The round pull-pin head screws onto machine threads on the shaft, and can work itself loose. A couple reviewers here report that it came apart -- that would be a royal pain if the strap is attached to the guitar. Easy solution: unscrew the head, put one teensy drop of blue Loctite on the threads, screw the head back on, and let it set for twenty minutes. You're done.
Four stars, because it's a great product, but Fender could easily have avoided both these problems.
Update: I would not recommend these. The post came apart after a couple weeks and I had to pretty much destroy the lock to get it off my guitar.
That doesn't mean this isn't a great product, because I think it is. I just want to make people aware that these are NOT interchangeable with the original Schaller version even though they look exactly the same to the naked eye. If you don't already have the Schaller version on some of your guitars these should be great!
I bought this set to try out and I really liked it. I have since installed these on all my favorite guitars. They don't look that much different than the factory originals, so they won't make your guitar look funny. If you want, you can even use a non-straplock strap on the buttons.
The only issue I have is that the strap locks fit loosely onto the buttons so that they can swivel as you move around, but they jiggle and make noise as a result. Not a big thing though.