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A better cheaper alternative suggestion for you,
This review is from: Pair of Jim Dunlop Lok Straps. Protect your electric or acoustic guitar by using a Lok Strap to secure the strap properly.
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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Initial post: 10 Jan 2013 16:29:32 GMT
Would be interested to see how you use these if possible.
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Jun 2013 14:05:24 BDT
A. R. Allen says:
Make sure the Grolsh bottle is one with the ceramic lid / metal wire (otherwise it won't work).
Open beer (with thumbs)
Under the ceramic stopper you will see a red, round disk.
Remove red round disk from ceramic bottle top.
Discard beer (it won't help you keep your guitar on)
Put desired strap on desired guitar.
Take newly liberated red washer and place over strap pin.
Repeat as necessary.
In reply to an earlier post on 3 Sep 2013 18:29:21 BDT
Alan McLelland says:
Love it!!! Thanks for the tip! Now, how to dispose of two open bottles of lager...
In reply to an earlier post on 29 Jan 2014 12:57:35 GMT
What The Dickens? says:
I use those plastic, tags that are meant to close plastic food bags, when freezing food. They work perfectly. If you get hold of an old ice cream container with a flexible lid, you can cut your own with a pair of scissors. Five minutes work, job done!
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