#1
hey guys not long ago I bought a guitar strap with leather ends, it's a Dunlop.
But when I tried to attach it to my guitar I found out that I can't get the holes to fit in the knobs... I dunno if I'm doing wrong but the leather is very hard and the holes are small and I just can't make them fit..
did anyone else ever have this problem and if so how did you fix it?

thanks!
#3
just keep trying to push it on, until your fingers hurt.
thats what i do.

at least it'll never fall off once it's on haha.
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#5
lol but I'm afraid I might break the guitar because I've used a lot of strenght already :S... oh well I think I'll just have to keep trying :P thanks..
#6
Happened to me before, you just need to try and stretch the leather, but not too hard!!!!
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#7
you can use a screwdriver on the strap hole, wedge back and forth until it's a little bigger.
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Quote by jj1565
you can use a screwdriver on the strap hole, wedge back and forth until it's a little bigger.



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