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Dunlop - Dual Design Straplok System

SKU:dunlop-dual-design-straplok-system

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The Dunlop Strap Lock System is the strap retainer designed with the artist in mind. 360 groove and ball design allows the unit to rotate without catching.
$15.00 - $21.50
$15.00 - $21.50

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The Dunlop Strap Lock System is the strap retainer designed with the artist in mind. 360 groove and ball design allows the unit to rotate without catching. The case hardened steel skin guarantees long life. The same strap can be used with several guitars, as the strap button is interchangeable. Release tested up to 800 lbs. of pull. It will not come loose. Set (2 units for instrument and strap) adapts to instrument by replacing existing strap pins / screws with special Strap Lock System buttons / screws. Two strap attachments are included for your strap.

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Well made, fit and finish are excellent
By Jon
 
I've used several styles of Straplocks, these are Dunlop's "Dual Design". The design let's you use the strap button without the locking device which is handy if you leave your strap at home. They are easy to install and easy to use. The only design flaw is the length in which they stick out from the body. Make sure your screw holes are not wallowed out and the screws are snug.
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The Standard for Straplocks
By Milkman
 
I had been trying some different straplocks out there. Some were so big that my bass wouldn't sit in some of the low a-frame stands w/out resting on the knob and leaning over. Other were ugly or fiddly to use.
These Dunlops, as well as the flush version are the best I've tried, and economically priced too! Easy to install/easy to use.
I've switched every bass and guitar I have over to the Dunlops and have given away those others.
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Dunlop Strap Locks
By Michael Salazar
 
A simple yet effective design. I use a single dunlop on the front horn and a standard strap button with a bib washer on the back - try it, you'll see why.
at least once a year check for tightness, clean, and lubricate with a small dab of chapstick.