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  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 09/04/08 à 14:37
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    Essential, there is no other word, a small utensil that you can give free rein to your movements without seeing your dear paul fall on your feet in a crash accident.

    for € 12, it's really a very good investment.

    on the other hand I have seen a manufacturing defect on mine (no nut screwed distorted).
  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 11/16/08 à 05:48
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    Dunlop I had before, they are huge and do not, plus they are more expensive.

    Since I Shaller and I have no problems, very fine and reliable, we can change the strap in seconds with the dunlop was a struggle ...

    For the price I would do this choice without hesitation.
  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 01/14/09 à 13:39
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    12zaine euro bought a week dernire ... has loved the 2 screws but life-changing, especially on a flying v.

    BMOL one, the screws are black ... not terrible, they could have put the screws attached, like nickel, which: o)

    but, hey, we rcupre the original screws and presto, the tour is played. absolutely no problem mounting.

    I recommend.
  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 01/29/09 à 12:38
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    I use strap locks for only a few hours because in trying to reassemble, I quickly learned that the holes made after the previous screws were too big so I had to plug the hole with wood glue to screw new screws, hand strap, everything was done quickly, easily and instinctively. The fact that Strap Locks are available in all colors of hardware is a Verygood good point, however, this problem of hole and screws and very ambarrassant. € 15 is more than reasonable, it's cheaper than repairing the guitar after you've done with the fallen standard belt clips ... With experience, I do it again because this choice straplocks Schaller straplocks are the most reliable system with the strap /......
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    I use strap locks for only a few hours because in trying to reassemble, I quickly learned that the holes made after the previous screws were too big so I had to plug the hole with wood glue to screw new screws, hand strap, everything was done quickly, easily and instinctively. The fact that Strap Locks are available in all colors of hardware is a Verygood good point, however, this problem of hole and screws and very ambarrassant. € 15 is more than reasonable, it's cheaper than repairing the guitar after you've done with the fallen standard belt clips ... With experience, I do it again because this choice straplocks Schaller straplocks are the most reliable system with the strap / Straplock DiMarzio guarantee of quality!
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  • A REFERENCE to the land of straplocks!

    Schaller Security LockPublié le 07/15/11 à 12:16
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    Schaller Security Locks I use since I started the guitar is - to say since 2007.

    These are the only straplocks utiliss I have, and they quipent ALL my guitars.

    Most:
    - Schaller German construction is solid
    - Simple installation
    - Reliability: does your belt dtach more untimely Manir
    - Practical: it enlve / strap gives quick

    The -: nothing, except maybe be the price that I find acceptable for my part, given the services rendered

    Many people (and those) who have had problem with their mounting straps ...
    The straplocks are part of the accessories and buy the first, when we start playing up.

    Schaller offers its Security Lock for 15-20, in various finishes, to play......
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    Schaller Security Locks I use since I started the guitar is - to say since 2007.

    These are the only straplocks utiliss I have, and they quipent ALL my guitars.

    Most:
    - Schaller German construction is solid
    - Simple installation
    - Reliability: does your belt dtach more untimely Manir
    - Practical: it enlve / strap gives quick

    The -: nothing, except maybe be the price that I find acceptable for my part, given the services rendered

    Many people (and those) who have had problem with their mounting straps ...
    The straplocks are part of the accessories and buy the first, when we start playing up.

    Schaller offers its Security Lock for 15-20, in various finishes, to play the rle, and ... it is clear that they play out their trs rle!

    Well built, strong, reliable, Aesthetics ... what more?

    Product quality necessary, recommend!

    PS: Schaller Schaller Strap Security Lock = Lock-
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  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 01/23/10 à 10:30
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    I use the Schaller Straplock for several years. They are mounted on my Jazz Bass, Stratocaster and a Yamaha bass. I also installed these on a strat Straplock of 1981 and Squier, 1982. They are made in Germany.

    In my case, I never had a problem with these straplocks. I never had any problems either with screws or a problem of wear etc. ...

    On the practical side, these are very reliable straplocks, even if the system works well, the U shape that your guitar is kept (they are people who have installed the U upside: bravo les gas, it seems logical! !).
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    Tip:</strong></span> - always keep your strap on your guitar, do not remove it......
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    I use the Schaller Straplock for several years. They are mounted on my Jazz Bass, Stratocaster and a Yamaha bass. I also installed these on a strat Straplock of 1981 and Squier, 1982. They are made in Germany.

    In my case, I never had a problem with these straplocks. I never had any problems either with screws or a problem of wear etc. ...

    On the practical side, these are very reliable straplocks, even if the system works well, the U shape that your guitar is kept (they are people who have installed the U upside: bravo les gas, it seems logical! !).
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    Tip:</strong></span> - always keep your strap on your guitar, do not remove it ever like that, you avoid the "wear out" the system (if there's wear).

    -Furthermore, before playing, make sure your Straplock are well covered, so, its save me hear some say that the strap loose. Do not be afraid, it is normal that any system, in time to deregulate (the case of your rope, handle, or straplocks of your brain).

    -For the screws, re-use the screws that came with your instrument, what I did on my Jazz Bass, my Yamaha, my strat etc. ... it avoids many problems with the screws, the diameter of the holes etc. ...
    For the price (about 12 €), the price / quality ratio is very good. Me, I'm happy, and without hesitation, I would buy.
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  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 02/05/10 à 17:05
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    Everyone said: Wow, it's just wonderful. How I could do without. I was at the store to buy a strap for my new Thinline and the seller came up with this. I've put on my Thinline then I bought myself for my 4 other electric guitars so it's wonderful! It's a bit expensive for black cons, still $ 10 more than the chrome! But hey, it's worth it on a guitar completely black!
  • I love it!

    Schaller Security LockPublié le 09/29/10 à 13:40
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    I use it (only!!) For 3 months ... how did I could do without it before!?
    That's cool, it holds, we can twist his guitar or take ds positions not possible without fear: a freedom! Especially on my home that has a Mockingbird a little "bias" in the Horn multimdia, which has the effect of the strap a little wiggle and it can sometimes be a false move with Detach (users SG, V or Flyng Mockingbird understand me!) But to clear the scene, it's essential! And they are very much the case, making use of less expensive for a quality equivalent to those 25-30 (j'hsitait at beginners with Erniball 25, the only thing as changing dclipser In the way of the locks).
    Installation is quick and easy! But......
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    I use it (only!!) For 3 months ... how did I could do without it before!?
    That's cool, it holds, we can twist his guitar or take ds positions not possible without fear: a freedom! Especially on my home that has a Mockingbird a little "bias" in the Horn multimdia, which has the effect of the strap a little wiggle and it can sometimes be a false move with Detach (users SG, V or Flyng Mockingbird understand me!) But to clear the scene, it's essential! And they are very much the case, making use of less expensive for a quality equivalent to those 25-30 (j'hsitait at beginners with Erniball 25, the only thing as changing dclipser In the way of the locks).
    Installation is quick and easy! But beware, as with any strap locks, screw provided may not always be the same diameter as the hole, but GENERALLY the screw is larger in this case is no problem regrooved screwing me, I was lucky c'tait exactly the same diameter!
    So I would do without hesitating that choice, I also likely to take over for my 2nd guitar!
    Ah what is the price for a 15 chromium, 18 blacks (the ones I use) and 21 the gold;)
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  • Good, but as much as its competitors

    Schaller Security LockPublié le 10/20/10 à 06:09
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    I use it for 6 years.
    (Since my bass made a mchante fall on the floor because the strap fixed silent evil ...)

    + What I like:
    is its System. It really inspires confidence, I think I can do anything with the guitar or bass: never detaches the strap does!

    What I like -:
    Its price ... the era I pay 2.5 times the price of Warwick ...

    I also availing oneself of Straplock and Dunlop Warwick home

    Is what I would do this choice:
    No and it simply because of price.
    I chose the Warwick team almost all my basses and guitars.
    It must be said: the warwick really inspire less confidence than Schaller!

    Technical:
    The systm is DIFFERENT for each straplocks: Schaller must be shot at a......
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    I use it for 6 years.
    (Since my bass made a mchante fall on the floor because the strap fixed silent evil ...)

    + What I like:
    is its System. It really inspires confidence, I think I can do anything with the guitar or bass: never detaches the strap does!

    What I like -:
    Its price ... the era I pay 2.5 times the price of Warwick ...

    I also availing oneself of Straplock and Dunlop Warwick home

    Is what I would do this choice:
    No and it simply because of price.
    I chose the Warwick team almost all my basses and guitars.
    It must be said: the warwick really inspire less confidence than Schaller!

    Technical:
    The systm is DIFFERENT for each straplocks: Schaller must be shot at a stem for free while in the strap and Dunlop Warwick have to push ...
    However, it would (conditional ^ ^) easier accidental free strap systm with it ... (But has never happened to me!)

    In comparison: Schaller and Dunlop are approximately the same price ... So I chose the eyes closed Schaller.
    The Warwick is 2 times CHRE.
    Question: do they take into 2fois worse? - Answers to: No ...

    I recommend this product, it is probably the most sr's march ... but it does justify the price?
    (And since I'm stingy I put only 8 ^ ^)





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  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 10/20/10 à 09:45
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    For how long have you been using it?
    - The rst pair I bought in 1999 I think at the same time as the EPIPHONE LP, the 2nd pair I've made the offer in 2006 with the purchase of my RGX420S

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    - I had other Shaller who do not deserves this dsignation. I caught my flight several guitar until the day o the tie broken adfinitas which resulted in the purchase of the product that is much more reliable.

    What is the specific feature you like best, the least?
    + If you have a strap for 2 guitars change is really super fast there's no photo
    - When the guitar is rocking the tie would tend creak / squeak a bit but it really is to find a minus.

    How......
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    For how long have you been using it?
    - The rst pair I bought in 1999 I think at the same time as the EPIPHONE LP, the 2nd pair I've made the offer in 2006 with the purchase of my RGX420S

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
    - I had other Shaller who do not deserves this dsignation. I caught my flight several guitar until the day o the tie broken adfinitas which resulted in the purchase of the product that is much more reliable.

    What is the specific feature you like best, the least?
    + If you have a strap for 2 guitars change is really super fast there's no photo
    - When the guitar is rocking the tie would tend creak / squeak a bit but it really is to find a minus.

    How do you report qualitprix?
    With exprience, you do again this election? ...
    - One does not regret buying it and redo it if necessary (even a guitar in my collection .... I may be good)

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