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  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 10/20/10 à 09:49
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    Excellent product: = has nothing to say do not move once pos!





  • say? it works ...

    Schaller Security LockPublié le 10/21/10 à 05:30
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    For how long have you been using it?

    2 years

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    No

    What thing do you like most/least about it?

    Please do not be too thick strap, otherwise it can be very galley or impossible to screw the fastener on the strap ...

    # What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    # Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...

    Frankly, for the price (8.90 €), do not hesitate, since I have it, my guitar has never stalled, but hey I'm not upset that jumps around either ... but my bass player, he has much more on the move and at home either, she has never taken down ...
    For me it was very simple to assemble: remove the......
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    For how long have you been using it?

    2 years

    Did you try many other models before getting this one?

    No

    What thing do you like most/least about it?

    Please do not be too thick strap, otherwise it can be very galley or impossible to screw the fastener on the strap ...

    # What is your opinion about the value for the price?
    # Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ...

    Frankly, for the price (8.90 €), do not hesitate, since I have it, my guitar has never stalled, but hey I'm not upset that jumps around either ... but my bass player, he has much more on the move and at home either, she has never taken down ...
    For me it was very simple to assemble: remove the hooks dema original Les Paul, put in place the sucrity locks, mount on the strap and other parts of hooks (which go to clip on those mounted on the instrument The always blocked by a group that really unlikely to part ...), and voila
    Be careful though as I was lucky: the vis security locks were almost the same as that of my Les Paul, but on some instruments, the security lock screw is found smaller than the original fasteners, so it AC is the game does not screw into the wood, and the system loses its reliability ..... avoid the trick of stuffing the hole with paper mache or match, according to my luthier is more bad than good in the long term ... The best way is to drill a bigger hole (but really bigger than the original, and insert a pin to pierce through it ... then fill in the ankle appropriate diameter hole for the screw acueille security locks ... if it feels not to do, do not hesitate to consult a luthier who will do it in 2 shots ladle for almost nothing or nothing at all ... ..





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  • Can save your instrument!

    Schaller Security LockPublié le 10/24/10 à 03:24
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    I ask what kind of security on every new instrument that j'achte. It can avoid the strap goes away when movements improbable or simply with time ... as has happened to me before!

    To implement the Straplock, replace the screws ((provided) initially poss on guitar, and hang the strap. Detach the strap can very easily pull the button pr saw this effect (no risk of doing so accidentally) that can afford to spend his guitar strap over another if the same system was set up t!

    The price runs in 10 and can save your instrument from a fall, Do not hesitate!





  • Helpful

    Schaller Security LockPublié le 01/31/11 à 22:26
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    I used all my guitars.
    It's expensive for what it is, but it made her very well taf!






  • Helpful

    Schaller Security LockPublié le 01/31/11 à 22:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I used all my guitars.
    It's expensive for what it is, but it made her very well taf!






  • Schaller Security LockPublié le 01/04/11 à 04:26
    How long have you been using it?

    Two years

    Did you try any of other models before buying this one?

    No

    Which feature do you like the most / the least?

    Pay attention to the thickness of the strap: if it's too thick, you'll have problems attaching it, it might even be impossible...

    # How would you rate its value for money?
    # Based on your experience, would you buy this product again? ...

    Considering the price, don't hesitate it. My guitar has never fell down ever since I have it. The same applies to the bassist of my band who moves a lot...
    It was very easy to install: I just had to unscrew the original pins of my Les Paul, screw the security......
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    How long have you been using it?

    Two years

    Did you try any of other models before buying this one?

    No

    Which feature do you like the most / the least?

    Pay attention to the thickness of the strap: if it's too thick, you'll have problems attaching it, it might even be impossible...

    # How would you rate its value for money?
    # Based on your experience, would you buy this product again? ...

    Considering the price, don't hesitate it. My guitar has never fell down ever since I have it. The same applies to the bassist of my band who moves a lot...
    It was very easy to install: I just had to unscrew the original pins of my Les Paul, screw the security locks, attach the other piece to the strap and that's it.
    Watch out: in my case, the security lock screws were almost the same as the pin screws of my Les Paul, so I had no problems. But it is possible that they are much shorter, in which case they won't be tight enough and the system will lose its great reliability... In which case, don't try to fill up the hole with wood paste or matches: my guitar tech says it's not reliable in the long term. The best solution is to drill a much bigger hole and fill it with a fitting plug. Afterward, drill directly into the plug with the right diameter. If you are not sure if you can handle this on your own, just ask a guitar tech to do it for you: for such a job, he will charge almost nothing...

    Originally written by Yu-man on Audiofanzine FR.
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