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  • jerem37jerem37

    Simply the best system.

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 02/21/13 at 05:30
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    I use these straplocks for over 10 years now on my Big Apple Strat Ash weighs 4kg all round. I've never been in default since that time. I also use it on my other guitar, a 1960 LP Special YOUR which weighs less (3.5 kg of memory).
    It is extremely reliable and robust, if he is obviously well placed!
    Compared to the system directly competitive than Dunlop, I find it much better.
    Why: because in Schaller for the de-locker Straplock must pull the pin and remove the metal Straplock same time, while Dunlop is a system that simply press ... So even if it really should not bowl one accidentally Straplock Dunlop flakes, I think it is more safety to have something to pull a trick where you pre…
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    I use these straplocks for over 10 years now on my Big Apple Strat Ash weighs 4kg all round. I've never been in default since that time. I also use it on my other guitar, a 1960 LP Special YOUR which weighs less (3.5 kg of memory).
    It is extremely reliable and robust, if he is obviously well placed!
    Compared to the system directly competitive than Dunlop, I find it much better.
    Why: because in Schaller for the de-locker Straplock must pull the pin and remove the metal Straplock same time, while Dunlop is a system that simply press ... So even if it really should not bowl one accidentally Straplock Dunlop flakes, I think it is more safety to have something to pull a trick where you press ...
    Question installation, never worry, even on my LP or CS yet there are often concerns the history of screw length and / or diameter not suitable ... At the same time, whenever I took advantage of a visit to the luthier for adjustment for him to do ... It helps! Taf ... what's everyone!
    Basically, I do it again the same choice without hesitation, and whenever a new guitar will arrive home (although this is not often, but that's another debate!), It will Schaller straplocks its . Required!
    Maintenance issue, a simple cleaning of the friction in between the clip and the strap attaches to the guitar, with a small annual lubrication to prevent it whines and rolls!
    One must simply.
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  • SphinxSphinx

    Purchase a very relevant!

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 08/05/12 at 06:55
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    I use two security locks branded Schaller for over a year. I have not tried other brands / models. I have one in your "Black" in 1446, and in a "Ruthenium" 449 (more expensive: € 21.80).

    They have an excellent finish, their use is convenient, and highly reliable. It should however be a bit of practice to always succeed the first time the maneuver, to hook or unhook the strap.


    The initial set of straplocks is him, not necessarily obvious ...

    First, to place the threaded parts, hand strap, the holes in the leather, it's not very easy if the leather is thick and hard: the thread is not very long. Engage the nut on the thread then ask more or less effort depending on the material and …
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    I use two security locks branded Schaller for over a year. I have not tried other brands / models. I have one in your "Black" in 1446, and in a "Ruthenium" 449 (more expensive: € 21.80).

    They have an excellent finish, their use is convenient, and highly reliable. It should however be a bit of practice to always succeed the first time the maneuver, to hook or unhook the strap.


    The initial set of straplocks is him, not necessarily obvious ...

    First, to place the threaded parts, hand strap, the holes in the leather, it's not very easy if the leather is thick and hard: the thread is not very long. Engage the nut on the thread then ask more or less effort depending on the material and thickness of the strap. But it must be a problem on most of these systems, I guess ...

    Then, in my case, the screws were smaller than the original screws in my bass and my guitar (Ibanez both). Therefore, I did not want to use them in the holes in the wood, too big for them!

    So I had to enlarge the hole of straplocks themselves so that they accept the screws holding Ibanez. This was done quickly and without any difficulty, with a drill, a vise and a drill metal.

    I think, without much complication or embarrassment perspective reliability of the method, a dual-format screw could have been expected!

    But hey, if it is just a little handyman, it will not pose a problem to enlarge the holes in the straplocks.


    I really appreciate the combination of security of attachment straps with the ease with which you can remove them and put them back, all this without using leather straps and eyelets!

    A very relevant purchase.


    There are certainly cheaper, but I really wanted in this case a total system reliability. Moreover, the tone Ruthenium does not exist elsewhere than in Schaller, I think, and he was absolutely necessary for my bass, which is colored accatillage "cosmo black", so very close to "Ruthenium". So taking the obligatory "Ruthenium" in Schaller, I decided to take the "Black" with them also.



    Note: compared to a previous opinion, I prefer, I drill into my straplocks roros to 20, in my instruments to several hundred roros! I really think that the solution of the enlargement of the holes in the straplocks is easier to implement technically, the safest practice, and less financially risky! The enlargement of the hole is not, in principle, of a magnitude that would jeopardize the strength of the parts themselves.
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  • OgrimOgrim

    We can not do without!

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 05/29/12 at 07:16
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    Good morning.

    I always put all my Straplocks on bass and guitar.
    More problem belts that detach during a concert.
    Installation is easy, reasonable price.

    The only hot spot can be to replace the fasteners screwed into the wood for this strap.faire attention by, for example a wood glue.

    Another advantage if all your shovels are equipped with these straplocks:
    = -1 Belts several guitars, easy change.

    it's simple, I do not see more play!

    Nico.
  • N2h2N2h2

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 03/04/12 at 09:43
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    Use for 10 years now, on four guitars.

    Never detachment in court use, no wear.


    All straplocks, the best I've tested, the strongest and the one with the longest lifespan.

    I recommend all users to have the guitar (or at least use a locking strap for reliable because in 10 years of music, I saw with my eyes at least 4 guitar really damaged by dropping a strap. )


    The price, just be rebutoir for some, but once the guitar was € 1,000 on the ground, it is probably too late to say "if I had known."


    Complete pack with straplocks, referred mounting included.
    For best security I recommend sticking referred mounting in the body of the guitar, because there is no reason to put out on…
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    Use for 10 years now, on four guitars.

    Never detachment in court use, no wear.


    All straplocks, the best I've tested, the strongest and the one with the longest lifespan.

    I recommend all users to have the guitar (or at least use a locking strap for reliable because in 10 years of music, I saw with my eyes at least 4 guitar really damaged by dropping a strap. )


    The price, just be rebutoir for some, but once the guitar was € 1,000 on the ground, it is probably too late to say "if I had known."


    Complete pack with straplocks, referred mounting included.
    For best security I recommend sticking referred mounting in the body of the guitar, because there is no reason to put out once.
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  • moi_34moi_34

    Reliable and strong, served its purpose.

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 12/22/11 at 02:55
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    I use Schaller since the last century. (1990?)
    No problem. Lock Net farm.
    Very very reliable. Can be trusted.
    Not like the Dunlop, which cost me a guitar.
    The price is forgotten, the quality remains (more than 20 years anyway).
  • Doktor SvenDoktor Sven

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 10/05/04 at 05:41
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    Schaller strap-lock, used on all my basses since .. ouh the ... The beginning for what!

    it's not (too) expensive, and it is essential if you move your instruments with a minimum (and even without moving, I saw a strap dja dtach is the guitar in-game and scratching down land assessment: a beautiful Flure in the handle and SOS violin!)

    Consists of two separate lments:

    - A strap (belt clip for the purists) provided to replace the original timber with a screw longer than the majority of standard screws, which can be screwed into the same hole without screwing in the empty -} (if by chance / luck screws origins taient longer and / or larger than the screws provided with the strap-locks,…
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    Schaller strap-lock, used on all my basses since .. ouh the ... The beginning for what!

    it's not (too) expensive, and it is essential if you move your instruments with a minimum (and even without moving, I saw a strap dja dtach is the guitar in-game and scratching down land assessment: a beautiful Flure in the handle and SOS violin!)

    Consists of two separate lments:

    - A strap (belt clip for the purists) provided to replace the original timber with a screw longer than the majority of standard screws, which can be screwed into the same hole without screwing in the empty -} (if by chance / luck screws origins taient longer and / or larger than the screws provided with the strap-locks, such as on Ibanez bass, a violin maker will make a nice filler of followed by the original hole mounting straps for cheap if you ask nicely ...)

    - A pice attach the strap, which is fixed on both sides of the eyelet is securely srre with a cl of 10, and go! !

    Then use bte is like any you pull the small rod with a ball of lment fix the strap, and INSRE the strap into the slot. Miracle, a strong wish, you can even turn your guitar above his head by holding the strap without a move! (I deprecated this dernire manipulation 'in case of low ceiling, which can damage the scraper, -})

    Available in chrome or Black Dor to marry perfectly the hardware of your guitar / bass / other ... I put 9 / 10 because perfection is not of this world ;-)
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  • pulvoniumpulvonium

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 08/05/05 at 02:40
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    Not much to add except a small dtail: If you play with a scraper and a lot of saturation, put a little grease on the fixed part of the guitar. Indeed, over the years and the friction of the pice in the throat of the clip mtallique belt, may make a small squeak as it passes through the microphones (especially during the breaks, the distortion augmentnant the phnomne).
    Essential, especially given the price.
    In fact, little rant against a store that has supplied me for 20! I needed it, and I saw Toto in APRS 6.40 ... I know they do not have the same volumes, but you still not even take us for pigeons ...
  • sorgen  :shoot:sorgen :shoot:

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 01/29/06 at 09:01
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    I IT CAN BE USED for almost a year on my ESP LTD EC-1000, it works perfectly well and plays the rle (holding the guitar), but I prfre the Dunlop Strap (I have a Ibanez) but since I could not find them in gold (color of the hardware of my guitar) and of the ones I took ...

    22, but the fact that ds is essential scne!
  • BerzinBerzin

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 02/26/06 at 09:03
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    I use that hardware for five years. Usage is simple. Attention straps on some fairly grazed, has not pass. Moreover, it is vrifier rgulirement tightening the nut. Otherwise, it is easier to install than the Dunlop, but is less well (the famous nut). The price? That's pretty expensive for what it is ...
  • drapeau_rougedrapeau_rouge

    Schaller Security LockPublished on 08/02/06 at 02:35
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    It's been four days that I use.
    Handy, especially when you've got expensive guitars you want to see miserably crashing to the ground. Yeah AC would be a shame ...

    I did not try at Dunlop's model, I only know one who is well thought it must be said. It looks complicated at first but in fact it is easy and efficient.
    Think occasionally tighten the proximity switch is installed on the nut that holds the strap fastening system that is located on the strap and is fixed to the party is on the guitar.

    I took two pairs, installed on a Stratocaster and a Les Paul. Beware if the strap is too thick, must touch a bit (removing a little material at the hole of the strap) because it's not fit o…
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    It's been four days that I use.
    Handy, especially when you've got expensive guitars you want to see miserably crashing to the ground. Yeah AC would be a shame ...

    I did not try at Dunlop's model, I only know one who is well thought it must be said. It looks complicated at first but in fact it is easy and efficient.
    Think occasionally tighten the proximity switch is installed on the nut that holds the strap fastening system that is located on the strap and is fixed to the party is on the guitar.

    I took two pairs, installed on a Stratocaster and a Les Paul. Beware if the strap is too thick, must touch a bit (removing a little material at the hole of the strap) because it's not fit otherwise.

    Value / price means it's a shame because it is convenient but it's really expensive for what it is.
    But two products in one: avoid his guitar back down.
    Allows you to detach / attach the strap to the guitar many times as you want without enlarge the hole in the strap may break and / or dropping the guitar. Practice!

    Yes of course I would do with the experience that choice. But this time I will not buy them, I'll steal;) because it's too expensive.
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