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Pair of Jim Dunlop Lok Straps. Protect your electric or acoustic guitar by using a Lok Strap to secure the strap properly.


Price: £3.49 FREE UK delivery.
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Dispatched from and sold by Dirty Riffs Guitar Shop.
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  • Light, inexpensive and unobtrusive
  • Simple to fit and remove
  • Sold in pairs
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Pair of Jim Dunlop Lok Straps. Protect your electric or acoustic guitar by using a Lok Strap to secure the strap properly. + Real Leather Guitar Strap: Ultrasoft/padded, UK made 130cm in 'Honey' + Fender Strap Blocks Strap Locks 4 in a pack
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Item Weight18 g
Product Dimensions4 x 6 x 12 cm
Manufacturer reference110735
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ASINB002905YTQ
Best Sellers Rank 121 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18 g
Date First Available7 May 2009
  
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Protect your guitar by securing the strap with a Jim Dunlop Lok Strap. They're small, cheap and easy to use, making them a must-have item for all guitar players. Sold in pairs.

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Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Mick OKelly on 24 Aug 2010
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These devices are basically plastic disks with a second inner locking disk, also plastic.
The two disks have a central cutout which is roughly circular with an additional "bulge".
You rotate the inner disk until the bulges align, at which point it slips onto the guitar's strap button.
Then rotate until the bulge is out sufficiently out of alignment, at which point the device is "locked" onto the strap button.

They seem to do the job effectively.
They have fitted easily onto three different guitars (so far).
My only small criticism is that they are a bit flimsy , although they are very light.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Craig Croucher on 3 Jan 2012
I was worried about dropping my heavy LP so I decided to get these, and have worked perfectly for me. Slightly creaky and also slightly cheap looking but for the money, you can't really complain.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. D. Harris on 21 Feb 2013
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I managed to squeeze one over the strap button of my PRS SE Bernie Marsden, but it would not lock. The other one would not go on at all. Obviously this is mainly down to the strap buttons on my guitar and the fairly thick leather strap I use - but they are clearly not 'one size fit all'.

Considering they are simply a couple of cheap plastic disks (and they do feel like cheap plastic), they are expensive for what you get - the Schaller strap locks I bought instead are metal, cost just over a tenner and are a far more versatile solution in my opinion. If your after a truly cheap solution the 'Grolsch beer rings' mentioned in another review sound like a good idea - and you get a couple of beers with them too. You pays your money...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ODH on 29 Mar 2012
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My strap was always coming off, now it's secure. Which is nice. Didn't seem like much when I first got them, but they work well enough.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By John Kelly on 27 Oct 2011
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I've got Schaller straplocks on one guitar and a set of (metal) Dunlop Straploks on another. I bought a cheaper guitar and didn't want to go overboard so bought these cheapo little plastic thingies. I was pleasantly surprised to find they were as good if not better in some ways than the more expensive hardware.
The Schaller straplocks are excellent but tend to work the strap button loose every so often and also squeak terribly. The Dunlop Straploks are good as well and don't loosen the button but they do also squeak.
The plastic thingies on the other hand are cheap, no squeak, no loosening of the button, very easy to install with no guitar alterations required and ... they work. They are really safe. The one thing is that they only look good with a black strap. Can't have everything.
Definitely worth it.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 15 Oct 2011
I've used these before and where they are not bad for the money, they do have a habit of falling apart. May i suggest to you guys to use the rubber bung on the swing top bottles of grolsch, i've used these for years and not once have i ever had a guitar slip from the strap. So confident am i in them that i am more than happy to have my £3000 Maverick Xtreme suspended by them and bounce the guitar on the strap with no fear of the guitar slipping off.
Plus with the grolsch tops you get a free bottle of beer :P
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gabe on 3 Jan 2014
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I bought these for my first electric guitar and I found them awkward to put on the strap pins and when they were on they looked quite goofy. After a few weeks (or less) of use, one of them split apart and never stayed together properly since. I wouldn't recommend these to anyone who is serious about their playing; go for the more expensive kit that you screw into the guitar -I know I will next time I get around to it.

A temporary solution for an old worn strap, possibly, but not any good as a permanent solution.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By lee on 4 Oct 2013
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don't be fooled by the picture as it makes them look 100% better than what they are, they turned up, no bigger than a 2 pence piece with 2 crap cable ties that i wouldn't tie a shoe with let alone my £300 guitar, very very disappointing especially as their Jim dunlop, also as i have an electro acoustic these don't fit the back strap clip as it is thicker than my front one to allow for my cable to plug in. overall opinion TERRIBLE
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