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Dunlop SLS1501 Straplok Nickel
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  • drapeau_rougedrapeau_rouge

    Dunlop SLS1501 Straplok NickelPublished on 04/26/08 at 04:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's been a year since I installed these straps locks on the strap of my Washburn N-4 and I find that Schaller is still better!
    The system moves a little when the strap snapped on the guitar that inspires little confidence in the soundness of the system, however once on stage, I move like hell and no problems, it has always been.

    Their biggest advantage however is that they are cheaper than Schaller.
  • bouretbouret

    Dunlop SLS1501 Straplok NickelPublished on 08/28/08 at 08:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I just installed this on my Systm GIBSON. More fear of dropping the guitar, is good. Easy clip, easy dclipser. Although sr must remove the old fasteners and screw the new. The screw is lgrement larger and longer than the original, so it is but a small apprhension when screwed.
    I board.
  • moosehermanmooseherman

    Dunlop SLS1501 Straplok NickelPublished on 04/22/10 at 20:20
    These are a pretty effective locking strap attachment. If you have a strap that is really comfortable, but are having a hard time keeping it on the guitar, this is possibly the best thing that you've ever seen. You just need to install the locks into your strap, which the directions will explain quite easily. You also need to make sure that you're guitar works with it, but it's easy because the attachments come with it. I have to say that while I've found many guitars that have the locking straps, some are better than others. For instance, I had to buy a specific kind of strap that I didn't really enjoy that much just to get my Stratocasters lockstraps to work. This will work on any guitar,…
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    These are a pretty effective locking strap attachment. If you have a strap that is really comfortable, but are having a hard time keeping it on the guitar, this is possibly the best thing that you've ever seen. You just need to install the locks into your strap, which the directions will explain quite easily. You also need to make sure that you're guitar works with it, but it's easy because the attachments come with it. I have to say that while I've found many guitars that have the locking straps, some are better than others. For instance, I had to buy a specific kind of strap that I didn't really enjoy that much just to get my Stratocasters lockstraps to work. This will work on any guitar, as long as you use the same strap. It's very convenient for those who have one strap that works for all. The best thing about it, in comparison to other lock straps, is that you have plenty of room to rotate the guitar in different directions, and it doesn't even necessarily feel "locked" (as in trapped) in place. You get all the freedom of a regular strap with none of the worries or concerns of dropping it. I for one think that this is a great choice for people who are unhappy with their strap situation but have no desire to do serious work on their guitar.
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