#1
I'm looking for a good, durable strap.

One that will allow me to do guitar spins easily aswell.

heeeeelp?
#2
Please. Don't. You'll only end up hurting yourself, or the guitar. Just, don't.
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#4
Bro, anything you want + straplocks.

But top of the line, by all accounts, is the cliplock.
I'm getting one for my junior soon

oh, and **** the guy that said not to, its awesome and adds to a stage show
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#5
Dimarzio Cliplock is the one I've seen most often.

Either that, or something + straplocks with hugeass washers.
#7
duct tape is a good alternative.

i dont trust strap locks enough for swings, (well not with my les paul anyway)
so i use duct tape when i do stuff like that

looks nasty though =/

but sometimes nasty = cool
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#8
Quote by PETERFKNPARKER
duct tape is a good alternative.

i dont trust strap locks enough for swings, (well not with my les paul anyway)
so i use duct tape when i do stuff like that

looks nasty though =/

but sometimes nasty = cool


You don't trust strap locks, but you trust duct tape .

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#9
buy some strap lockz
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