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DiMarzio DD2200N 2 Inch Nylon Cliplock
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    DiMarzio DD2200N 2 Inch Nylon CliplockPublié le 10/29/11 à 07:28
    Dimarzio the company most known for its pickups also makes other guitar accessories. This is one of their most popular non pickup item. This is the Dimarzio Cliplock. This is a very easy way to have a locking strap on your guitar. It is designed to be used with multiple guitars as well. There is a portion permanently attached to your guitar and then the rest of the strap clips on to that. So you can attach the attachment points to many of your guitars and then transfer the one strap between them. The standard Dimarzio Cliplock is 2 inches wide, with a length adjustable from 43 inches to 63 inches (109 – 160 cm.) This length includes the attachments on the guitar. Compared to more......
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    Dimarzio the company most known for its pickups also makes other guitar accessories. This is one of their most popular non pickup item. This is the Dimarzio Cliplock. This is a very easy way to have a locking strap on your guitar. It is designed to be used with multiple guitars as well. There is a portion permanently attached to your guitar and then the rest of the strap clips on to that. So you can attach the attachment points to many of your guitars and then transfer the one strap between them. The standard Dimarzio Cliplock is 2 inches wide, with a length adjustable from 43 inches to 63 inches (109 – 160 cm.) This length includes the attachments on the guitar. Compared to more modern straps the strap itself is not that great. It feels like a seat belt and does not have very much grip. It is also not very wide on the standard model. I know for a while they made a wider version but they are hard to find and are not offered in as many colors. The clips are plastic and will wear out eventually especially if you are using a heavy guitar. They make a model with metal clips but those are also hard to find and like the wide model it also does not come in many colors. Personally if I was playing a heavy Les Paul or something I would not use these straps. The part that is permanently attached to your guitar tends to scratch up the finish because it will just freely spin around. I feel if you have a high end guitar you should get a high end strap for it and attach it permanently with a set of washers from a hardware store. If you do not need the ability to transfer the strap from guitar to guitar just permanently attaching it with washers is a good option because it will be much more secure than this Cliplock system.
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  • DiMarzio DD2200N 2 Inch Nylon CliplockPublié le 07/22/07 à 10:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The DoMarzio ClipLock is an alternative to excllent Lock Straps and seem even more reliable.
    Installation is very easy and takes minutes. It must first dvisser strap bindings for home and screw the two connectors with the screws provided.
    Then over that clip the strap and you're jou!
    I use it for more than two years and never did I slip my guitar hands
    In addition, the strap is adjustable and can easily accommodate all guitar players, guitar position with high or even low trs
    Finally there are various colors and skins (Camo etc ...) but we regret not having a choice as large as possible with StrapsLock
    O On 9 / 10
  • Most secure system out there

    DiMarzio DD2200N 2 Inch Nylon CliplockPublié le 03/28/11 à 17:57
    The DiMarzio Clip Lock Strap is one of the straps that you see often on both Ibanez and Musicman guitars. It’s a unique take on straps and locking systems in that it uses a quick release buckle that stays attached to the guitar. This guarantees that the strap will stay on your guitar, and you can always guarantee you have a secure connection, unlike certain other guitar straps.

    This strap fixes a few things about strap locks currently on the market. Schaller strap locks have an issue with both squeaking during heavy usage and the nut coming loose. The nut issue can be fixed with loctite, but you need to buy the strap lock system again to fix the squeaking. The biggest issue with......
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    The DiMarzio Clip Lock Strap is one of the straps that you see often on both Ibanez and Musicman guitars. It’s a unique take on straps and locking systems in that it uses a quick release buckle that stays attached to the guitar. This guarantees that the strap will stay on your guitar, and you can always guarantee you have a secure connection, unlike certain other guitar straps.

    This strap fixes a few things about strap locks currently on the market. Schaller strap locks have an issue with both squeaking during heavy usage and the nut coming loose. The nut issue can be fixed with loctite, but you need to buy the strap lock system again to fix the squeaking. The biggest issue with Dunlop strap locks is that the ball bearings might not fully engage inside the lip. This can cause the guitar to come apart from the strap.

    The DiMarzio strap system prevents this, for the most part. There are a few issues with this system, however. The biggest is that the piece that stays attached to the guitar tends to scratch it up. Despite the ends always staying very secure, you should always make sure the screws are tight, and this goes for all strap systems out there. The other issue I personally had was that this strap moved around a lot for me. It’s because of the “seat belt” material they use. I just couldn’t deal with it moving around all the time. The part that says “DiMarzio” would also kinda dig into my shoulder.

    Overall, this is a really good strap locking system. In fact, I think this is the most secure strap locking system on the market. However, I just couldn’t make it work for me. I’d like to try the Cordura system they offer, but I just haven’t gotten around to doing it.
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