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Fretted Instrument Accessories & Parts
Fretted Instrument Accessories
Straps & Strap Locks
Whether you're doing a Hendrix-style backwards roll or an airborn jump in the spirit of Dee Dee Ramone, it's nice to know that your strap is firmly attached to your instrument at all times during a performance. Of course, that's where strap locks come in handy. By attaching these convenient accessories to your instrument's end-pins, you can be as lively and energetic as you like without ever losing control of your guitar or bass. In this catalog you'll have access to an impressive variety of strap locks ranging from button-style models to rubber ones and even steel-plated super locks.
If you're not familiar with using strap locks, you might be wondering which ones are right for you. Honestly, there's no right or wrong answer; it really boils down to how much you want to spend and just how much confidence you have that they'll hold - given how wild your stage show is. Truthfully, any one of the choices here will do a great job in keeping your strap and instrument firmly locked together, including the best-selling Fender Strap Blocks (4-Pack). In this set you'll receive two black and two red rubber strap blocks. All you have to do is slip them over your strap buttons and then secure them in place - it's as simple as that.
Now, if you want even more peace of mind, go with the Ernie Ball Super Locks. Featuring a push-button, quick-release design for a safe, 360-degree secure connection, these locks have been mechanically engineered by Ernie Ball for superior instrument protection. Arguably the most robust strap lock on the market, the Ernie Ball Super Locks will hold up through countless onstage windmills, rolls and leaps.
Along with these two strap lock options, there are plenty of others that deserve your consideration as well. When you get right down to it, strap locks are a terrific accessory for any guitarist or bassist to own. They'll ensure your instrument stays with you during a set, and they provide reassurance that nothing will slow you down when you're giving it your all in front of an audience.