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#2
If you don't feel comfortable doing it, then it is probably safe to say don't do it.
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#3
Dear.. you actually had to ask that?

Stop being such a wuss, the internet will not be here to hold your hand throughout your whole life. Put it on, if it drops, catch the bastard and don't use it anymore.
#4
Since he's done the joke thingy, now it's time for him to buy you the real McCoy. I wouldn't trust that strap on my cheap $500 guitar, let alone my most expensive one. I'm sure you live near a Guitar Center, or some other guitar store. "Dad, that was funny, but I need a real strap. We can get one today."
#6
Those things are designed for thinks as light as ****


I wouldn't trust that thing with my worst guitar
#7
Does it actually fit your strap pin?

but seriously, keep in mind it was designed for a controller that weighs like half a pound and has plastic knobs for strap pins...
#8
Wouldn't it be kind of an insult to your real guitar to put on a strap designed for toys for people who only dream of playing guitar?

Plus, if that thing was capable of supporting the weight of a real guitar, I would be quite surprised.

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#10
Quote by Cobain_Is_King
Just so you guys know, it is still a regular guitar strap.


yea i tested it a les paul standing for 20 mins =)

EDIT: With locks i think
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#11
Quote by quantum leap


Plus, if that thing was capable of supporting the weight of a real guitar, I would be quite surprised.


Why? its the same quality as every regular $7 strap, only probably shorter.
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#12
How well is it made, are the ends heavy and the hole for the strap button tight?

I buy a lot Levys generic black nylon straps for $5.00 ea and they work really well. I have several other straps one of the more expnsive all leather Gibson straps I have I wouldn' trust without locks. That brings me to the fact nothing beats a set of strap locks to keep your guitar from falling off a strap and hitting the floor. I don't care if you 5 bucks or 50 bucks for a strap either one can fail and let a guitar slip off so for the $19.99 it costs for strap locks it's well worth it. I have yet to have a strap fail on me and sometimes I can jump around quite a bit.


John