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Schaller Security Lock
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  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 08/19/06 à 10:42
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    Only one thing to say indispensable (you'll understand why when you arrive the day on scratch dtach suddenly loves the strap to come s'craser the ground, putting your reflexes the proof!) . easy mounting and less expensive than Dunlop.
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    Schaller Security LockPublié le 12/31/06 à 10:56
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    First modification I did on my guitar just reu, this small biloco you avoid many problems and even if 12 euros seems expensive for what it is (I had some nanmoins trouble with mine o the nut was a default on the no screws), a can avoid the adverse consequences to how much of a drop in guitar, or riducule be on stage after a stall strap in the middle of a solo (sisi I've seen ...);)

    necessary, but not always well done, and not necessarily adapted to the ventral attachment type SG
  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 03/08/07 à 10:45
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    Jai those bought after purchasing the dunlop (2pairs straplocks of it is useless I know) conclusion: 12 euros instead of 22 and more security with the gutter and also easy to use and always indespensable
  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 03/08/07 à 13:11
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    Used for 1 year after some unfortunate experience with Dunlops. Much better designed than the latter, the guitar is held by its weight in the throat and can not fall, as with the Dunlops, where only a small ball into a micro-groove retains ... You just tighten the nut with a spanner. Perhaps the problems with the guitar where the strap s'acrroche back, but for me, no problem!
  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 04/01/07 à 00:51
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    I use this product for only a few days, but for me it is absolutely perfect! Explanation:
    For assembly, unscrew the screws and remove the belt clip to it and then just screw the new screws with the new attachment.
    For the strap, remove the nut and the flat little thing, and put the strap on the screw, then turn the thing flat and tighten the nut.
    Now he just have to engage the two parts!
  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 08/24/07 à 07:17
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    I bought 22, good investment. However, the nut that is fixed the strap is a tendency of some dvisser millimtres, the guitar will not much, but be careful ... it is enough to screw in the other direction.
  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 12/08/07 à 06:34
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    I have been in dor to 20th, the price is right I is not seen much lower (18th) but I saw much more against 25 see 30.

    Anyway I use to strap Loker my les paul, it's just super efficient and simple at the same time, their system is very well done, although meiux that dunlop is the same seller advice in place of dunlop (more expensive) TFW afraid references ..

    indisprensable for heavy guitars, the only neg ptit point is the sound of metal when it moves a little, but not important to the operation.

    20th great product but for a piece of metal does not deserve the 10
  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 05/17/08 à 07:17
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    This is the kind of thing that you see not really until the usefulness love your guitar (the one you RV you have chosen from 200, for which you worked for more earn more, hit economy euro euro ...) his belt shavings on the floor and woefully s'crase ... consternation!

    So the day you make an order in neighboring VPC Teutonic, country, music is less CHRE, you add 6 and 9 euros more than you ever cry on your polish your Kluson exploded into pieces, and your stupid economy have less than 10 euros for Securing the guitar that brought you 1500 or more cot ... ... accessory also allows to jump around without fear ...

    Having had both, I prfre far to Dunlop, more Chres, Balzer screws that......
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    This is the kind of thing that you see not really until the usefulness love your guitar (the one you RV you have chosen from 200, for which you worked for more earn more, hit economy euro euro ...) his belt shavings on the floor and woefully s'crase ... consternation!

    So the day you make an order in neighboring VPC Teutonic, country, music is less CHRE, you add 6 and 9 euros more than you ever cry on your polish your Kluson exploded into pieces, and your stupid economy have less than 10 euros for Securing the guitar that brought you 1500 or more cot ... ... accessory also allows to jump around without fear ...

    Having had both, I prfre far to Dunlop, more Chres, Balzer screws that require a re-drilling the box half the time, etc ... Think tighten the nut strap from time to time ... even when two are better than one ... prcautions
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  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 06/10/08 à 17:12
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    I started using them 13 years ago, on my first Explorer. Since then I have with all my guitars. Incidentally, I sold my Explorer recently, and I provided the security lock with: they had 11 years, they had not moved.

    What I like is that it's safe. The python is embedded in the guitar in the room located on the strap, it can not fall. it makes no noise (unlike the Dunlops), it does not need to attack her scratching at spear thermal re-screw hole (as with the Dunlops a time of 2), it fits all straps is indestructible, and it's cheap.

    Anyway, I recently bought an ESP Signature, and of course the first thing I did when I received it, it was to get the security Schaller. In 13 years I......
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    I started using them 13 years ago, on my first Explorer. Since then I have with all my guitars. Incidentally, I sold my Explorer recently, and I provided the security lock with: they had 11 years, they had not moved.

    What I like is that it's safe. The python is embedded in the guitar in the room located on the strap, it can not fall. it makes no noise (unlike the Dunlops), it does not need to attack her scratching at spear thermal re-screw hole (as with the Dunlops a time of 2), it fits all straps is indestructible, and it's cheap.

    Anyway, I recently bought an ESP Signature, and of course the first thing I did when I received it, it was to get the security Schaller. In 13 years I never had a merdouille with, however small, so I put 10 because I really see no reason why I would place less ...
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  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 07/19/08 à 08:42
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    I put 10/10 as it is very practical, trsscurisant, easy to install, simple to attach / dtach his belt and it's really cheap I pay 13.20 nine euros in a music store.
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