D'Addario Universal Strap Lock System Nickel Finish
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Universal Strap Lock System
The D'Addario Universal Strap Lock System, designed to give musicians peace of mind during even the most energetic performances. This innovative strap lock system, crafted by Ned Steinberger, allows for quick strap attachment and removal, enabling guitarists and bassists to move freely on stage without fear of their instrument slipping off. Available in a durable nickel finish, the D'Addario Universal Strap Lock System installs easily on most standard straps and instruments.
Secure Your Sound
The D'Addario Universal Strap Lock System provides an unparalleled level of security for your instrument during live shows or recording sessions. Its dual-locking system, with interlocking male and female components, creates a firm grip that prevents accidental release. This robust strap lock system lets you jump, spin and shuffle across the stage with the confidence that your guitar or bass will remain safely in place.
With a stylish nickel finish and streamlined profile, the D'Addario Universal Strap Lock System complements your instrument's esthetic. Its minimalist yet rugged design is optimized for functionality, allowing for a seamless fit with most standard guitar and bass straps. An unobtrusive addition to your gear, this premium strap lock system keeps your instrument secure without sacrificing its natural beauty.
As leaders in musical instrument accessories, D'Addario is committed to providing innovative, high-quality products. The D'Addario Universal Strap Lock System is constructed from durable materials built to withstand the rigors of regular use and stage performance. Its locking components are carefully engineered to prevent bending, warping or breakage, shielding your investment from damage for years to come. For premium protection you can trust, choose the D'Addario Universal Strap Lock System.
- Designed by Ned Steinberger
- Easy to install
- Simple to connect and remove your strap
- Prevents your strap from releasing accidentally