LOXX is a German engineered superior strap lock system that combines great design with outstanding instrument protection. Unlike other systems, the LOXX Skull Top Strap Lock System for Electric Guitar... Read More
LOXX is a German engineered superior strap lock system that combines great design with outstanding instrument protection. Unlike other systems, the LOXX Skull Top Strap Lock System for Electric Guitar/Bass has a low profile together with a one handed "easy on - easy off" engage and release action. Yet it can resist a pull-out force of up to 220 lbs. This, combined with its ability to cover a broad range of strap sizes and thickness, makes it one of the most advanced and effective strap lock designs available.
LOXX clicks into place easily and is released by simply pulling the locking head. The locking head has serrated 'teeth' that firmly grip the strap while the matching washer is easily and firmly attached with the LOXX tool - no more fighting to fit a lock to your strap, no more nut and washers falling on stage halfway through the performance. The same LOXX tool is also used to attach the LOXX screw to the guitar.
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For the previous reviewer: The description is a bit misleading, for thicker straps Loxx makes the Loxx XL, which is designed for use with extra thick guitar straps. That most likely might be a better choice for your strap. (but there are no XL models with skulls.)
I was intrigued by the claim that this was a more efficient an easier to install strap lock. Sadly, one of the claims was totally inaccurate. The manufacturer says that due to the design, LOXX is able to cover a broad range of strap sizes and thicknesses. I tried to install LOXX on a Jodi Head strap. Eventually, I realized that it was never going to work; the strap was simply too thick. Even after compressing the ends of the strap in a vise foe 48 hours there was no way that the two parts of the strap lock would ever connect. Finally, I reverted to Schaller strap locks and bingo, I was up and running in seconds. I still used the LOXX though. I installed them on a cheap, thin strap I have on a backup guitar.