• Ernie Ball Super Locks, Gold
  • Ernie Ball Super Locks, Gold
Ernie Ball Super Locks, Gold
Ernie Ball Super Locks, Gold

Ernie Ball Super Locks, Gold

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  • Gold plated steel
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Great, but a bit pricey I made the decision to pick one type of strap locks long ago and these are great.Pros:Really easy to useUnquestionable locking. You know whether it's in or not.Really well made.Cons:Price.You can't buy just the guitar-side of the locks if you have one or two straps for many guitars. That is annoying and has made me spend the money on just the female/guitar side, leaving the strap side laying around.Tip: If you play with other folks, you might pick the style they use or vice versa. That way, you can trade straps around without any trouble. This is useful if you want to play their guitar and there's a height difference. It's a minor thing, but still a useful tip, I think. 4These are good, and very comparable to the Dunlop locks I've ... I may be biased in my review as I've used another brand of strap locks for quite a number of years. These are good, and very comparable to the Dunlop locks I've used, but a few differences make the two types pretty even. I like the button on these better, as it's easier to use, and still secure. The way these attach to your strap, is very basic and I can see it possibly working itself loose, causring the strap to ride along the lock. For that reason, I gave 4stars, because, I think they could have come up with a better solution to attach the strap to the lock. Overall, I don't expect any failure of the lock, so I would recommend these. 4Best strap locks I ve used so far. I was a little skeptical about these at first due to similar styles I ve used like this coming off way too easy. That s not the case with these you actually have to press both buttons on top and bottom at the same time to get them to release which is a huge plus over the Dunlops. These engage very smoothly and have plenty of movement so the strap doesn t feel like it s binding. The bass actually feels more comfortable with them due to it allowing the bass to move freely on the locks. I would definitely recommend trying a set I do not think you will be disappointed. By far the best strap locks I ve used so far, I would highly recommend them . 5Cheap I bought this for my husband to use with his new Gibson SG , he had it half way screwed in and the head of the screw just broke off and is now STUCK in his guitar !! We have tried EVERYTHING to get this F-ing screw out but no luck. If you use this product i would advise buying different screws that aren't cheap pieces of crap. 1Great strap locks - slightly chubby, but great I have had a couple of different strap locks on my instruments. But I think I like these best for both their efficient and easy clip on and clip off. And for their aesthetic. If I had a complaint, and I really don't, I would say that they are just a tad bit too large. But not so much that I would remove a star from the rating.I like these and I will be replacing my other locks with Ernie Ball locks. 5These will not fail fail you! I had Epiphone strap locks on my brand new Epiphone Les Paul Prophecy. I put the strap on and 2 minutes later with my hands elsewhere (not holding the guitar) it came crashing to the floor. There is a finish shattering and I will never forget how pathetic Epiphone and Gibson are for putting out such garbage. These are PHENOMENAL. Nothing you could do accidentally could bring this crashing down in fact it maybe too good at staying on if I had to give it a fault : ) EXTREMELY HAPPY 5Some of the best on the market These are some of the better guitar strap locks that I have ever worked with. They have a very unique design, low profile and are easy to install. Very exacting installation instructions are included with each set of these Ernie Ball Super guitar locks. I shall include six photographs with my review here. I also created a 6 minute plus Youtube video concerning this product. If you are having problems deciding which guitar straps are the best, just save time and get these. 5 stars for these guitar strap locks. 5Great deal First off, I own strap locks by Schaller, Dunlop and ernie ball. I have played guitar for 30 years. I started with Schaller, great but pointy so difficult to put instrument down, also if you just want to attach a strap without the locks on almost impossible. Years later Dunlop came out, cheap looking but very simple mechanism. Easy to put guitar down due to the low profile and strap button allows for strap without locks. One button press release system while simple can be problematic if you bump it. The bad is the locks can be difficult to attach to most straps due to the washer/lock that slides on the strap, takes some effort to install. Time moved on, now we come to ernie ball. Wow. This is my third set. I bought the gold set because...get ready...7 bucks no tax free ship from amazon. Schaller 20-30 bucks, Dunlop 15-20 bucks, these, 7 bucks (I paid 20 for the first two sets). But forget about the price. The strap buttons are large enough to use a strap without locks, the locks themselves are heavy gauge and have a perfect finish. The two push buttons to lock unlock are like silk and take two areas to compress and release, unlike Dunlop. Low profile, so easy to put instrument down, and these screw onto your strap so no difficulty with installation. Very simple to install. These are truly THE BEST straplocks on the market today. Oh, Ive also done the van halen thing with steel eyelets, though very secure, not very practicle, but for 70 cents, it works. 5Best Strap Locks I ve Found I use these strap locks on all my guitars. They re the best strap locks I ve found. The only bummer is I haven t been able to buy additional pieces to attach to the guitar that are sold separately. They re proprietary to these locks and you can t use any other brand. So if you use two straps but have 5 guitars you ll need to buy 5 sets. Other than that they re awesome. 5And I've happily used EB strings for years I bought these because I just bought an EBMM guitar and made an assumption that they'd work with the factory buttons. They do not. I also thought I was gonna get all EB accessories just because the quality of the guitar is PHENOMENAL! ... And I've happily used EB strings for years. They feel nice and are easy to use. I still wish I'd just bought the Schaller locks like I have on all my other guitars. These feel secure but there's something about having the "cup" holding the buttons on the Schallers that feels more secure. I'm going to keep these on, though, since I've bought them. They DO look good and feel very well made. 4
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Great, but a bit pricey I made the decision to pick one type of strap locks long ago and these are great.Pros:Really easy to useUnquestionable locking. You know whether it's in or not.Really well made.Cons:Price.You can't buy just the guitar-side of the locks if you have one or two straps for many guitars. That is annoying and has made me spend the money on just the female/guitar side, leaving the strap side laying around.Tip: If you play with other folks, you might pick the style they use or vice versa. That way, you can trade straps around without any trouble. This is useful if you want to play their guitar and there's a height difference. It's a minor thing, but still a useful tip, I think. 4These are good, and very comparable to the Dunlop locks I've ... I may be biased in my review as I've used another brand of strap locks for quite a number of years. These are good, and very comparable to the Dunlop locks I've used, but a few differences make the two types pretty even. I like the button on these better, as it's easier to use, and still secure. The way these attach to your strap, is very basic and I can see it possibly working itself loose, causring the strap to ride along the lock. For that reason, I gave 4stars, because, I think they could have come up with a better solution to attach the strap to the lock. Overall, I don't expect any failure of the lock, so I would recommend these. 4Best strap locks I ve used so far. I was a little skeptical about these at first due to similar styles I ve used like this coming off way too easy. That s not the case with these you actually have to press both buttons on top and bottom at the same time to get them to release which is a huge plus over the Dunlops. These engage very smoothly and have plenty of movement so the strap doesn t feel like it s binding. The bass actually feels more comfortable with them due to it allowing the bass to move freely on the locks. I would definitely recommend trying a set I do not think you will be disappointed. By far the best strap locks I ve used so far, I would highly recommend them . 5Cheap I bought this for my husband to use with his new Gibson SG , he had it half way screwed in and the head of the screw just broke off and is now STUCK in his guitar !! We have tried EVERYTHING to get this F-ing screw out but no luck. If you use this product i would advise buying different screws that aren't cheap pieces of crap. 1Great strap locks - slightly chubby, but great I have had a couple of different strap locks on my instruments. But I think I like these best for both their efficient and easy clip on and clip off. And for their aesthetic. If I had a complaint, and I really don't, I would say that they are just a tad bit too large. But not so much that I would remove a star from the rating.I like these and I will be replacing my other locks with Ernie Ball locks. 5These will not fail fail you! I had Epiphone strap locks on my brand new Epiphone Les Paul Prophecy. I put the strap on and 2 minutes later with my hands elsewhere (not holding the guitar) it came crashing to the floor. There is a finish shattering and I will never forget how pathetic Epiphone and Gibson are for putting out such garbage. These are PHENOMENAL. Nothing you could do accidentally could bring this crashing down in fact it maybe too good at staying on if I had to give it a fault : ) EXTREMELY HAPPY 5Some of the best on the market These are some of the better guitar strap locks that I have ever worked with. They have a very unique design, low profile and are easy to install. Very exacting installation instructions are included with each set of these Ernie Ball Super guitar locks. I shall include six photographs with my review here. I also created a 6 minute plus Youtube video concerning this product. If you are having problems deciding which guitar straps are the best, just save time and get these. 5 stars for these guitar strap locks. 5Great deal First off, I own strap locks by Schaller, Dunlop and ernie ball. I have played guitar for 30 years. I started with Schaller, great but pointy so difficult to put instrument down, also if you just want to attach a strap without the locks on almost impossible. Years later Dunlop came out, cheap looking but very simple mechanism. Easy to put guitar down due to the low profile and strap button allows for strap without locks. One button press release system while simple can be problematic if you bump it. The bad is the locks can be difficult to attach to most straps due to the washer/lock that slides on the strap, takes some effort to install. Time moved on, now we come to ernie ball. Wow. This is my third set. I bought the gold set because...get ready...7 bucks no tax free ship from amazon. Schaller 20-30 bucks, Dunlop 15-20 bucks, these, 7 bucks (I paid 20 for the first two sets). But forget about the price. The strap buttons are large enough to use a strap without locks, the locks themselves are heavy gauge and have a perfect finish. The two push buttons to lock unlock are like silk and take two areas to compress and release, unlike Dunlop. Low profile, so easy to put instrument down, and these screw onto your strap so no difficulty with installation. Very simple to install. These are truly THE BEST straplocks on the market today. Oh, Ive also done the van halen thing with steel eyelets, though very secure, not very practicle, but for 70 cents, it works. 5Best Strap Locks I ve Found I use these strap locks on all my guitars. They re the best strap locks I ve found. The only bummer is I haven t been able to buy additional pieces to attach to the guitar that are sold separately. They re proprietary to these locks and you can t use any other brand. So if you use two straps but have 5 guitars you ll need to buy 5 sets. Other than that they re awesome. 5And I've happily used EB strings for years I bought these because I just bought an EBMM guitar and made an assumption that they'd work with the factory buttons. They do not. I also thought I was gonna get all EB accessories just because the quality of the guitar is PHENOMENAL! ... And I've happily used EB strings for years. They feel nice and are easy to use. I still wish I'd just bought the Schaller locks like I have on all my other guitars. These feel secure but there's something about having the "cup" holding the buttons on the Schallers that feels more secure. I'm going to keep these on, though, since I've bought them. They DO look good and feel very well made. 4
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